“The use of traveling is to regulate imagination with reality, and instead of thinking of how things may be, see them as they are.” – Samuel Johnson
There’s so much wisdom in Samuel Johnson’s quote on travel. Take a second to visualize a place you’ve never been to. If you make that your next vacation spot, I bet you’ll find out that it’s completely different from your internal image.
Brazil – Ouro Preto. The streets of the city are ups and downs, the layout is patchwork, and the Baroque architecture is timeless.
The Faroe Islands, the Faroe Islands, are located between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, halfway between Norway and Iceland. Brazil – São Paulo. Brazil and even the largest city in the southern hemisphere. High-rise buildings are row upon row, and the wide roads are bustling.
Bled Lake Church of the Assumption. Lake Bled is a paradise and wonderland for travelers, and the Church of the Assumption in the center of the lake is a symbol of Bled. The end of the real world. The small town of Ushuaia, a small town in South America, with cold air and snow-capped peaks, allows people to feel the atmosphere of the South Pole in advance.
Dubai, Dubai is the economic and financial center of the Middle East and was named the ninth in the world’s first-tier cities in 2018. The narrowest country. Chile is the most slender country in the world. The whole country is like a slender brush, which is very strange.
The magical aurora. The colors of the Northern Lights are different in color. The most common is the most green, from the first to the end, and it is unpredictable.
Sicily, Italy. The beauty of Sicily, there is no need to dress up in a variety of styles, there are gentle sea breeze, blue ocean, and winding coast.
Switzerland – Montreux. With a natural romance, it is an idyllic small town situated on the shores of the vast Lake Geneva.