Travel Alphabet

sydney opera houseAustralia – awed by the Sydney Opera House

at the great wallBeijing -walking the Great Wall of China

angkor watCambodia- visiting the temples of Angkor Wat with students

dave at diamond headDiamond Head- hiking up to the top of a volcano crater in Hawaii

My husband Dave crossing Abbey Road 2005

England- walking across Abbey Road in London

sunset in fijiFiji- on the beach at sunset

eating-pretzelsGermany- fresh hot pretzels in Nuremberg

hiking in hong kongHong Kong-  hiking in one of the city’s many beautiful wilderness areas

the taj mahal at dawnIndia- visiting the Taj Mahal at dawn

kids in jamaican daycareJamaica- at a daycare centre in Runaway Bay

philosophers-walk-kyoto-couple blossomsKyoto- Cherry blossoms along Philosopher’s Walk

kayaking in laos tad se waterfall Laos- on a kayaking trip

dave at tulumMexico- exploring the temples at Tulum

at strawberry fields in central park new yorkNew York- In Central Park at a tribute to John Lennon

driedger family at the tip of canadaOntario – hiking to tip of Point Pelee with family

beach-in-boracayPhilippines- with our children on the beach in Boracay

dave-and-me-quebec-cityQuebec City- walking along the promenade

marylou outside the colosseumRome- touring the Colosseum

spain-gaudi parkSpain- in Gaudi Park in Barcelona

elephant-ride-thailandThailand- high up on an elephant

I stand beside the tombstone of the great, great grandfather Daniel Peters in Nikolaipol Cemetery Ukraine

Ukraine- finding the tombstone of my great, great-grandfather Daniel Peters in Nikolaipol

with boys in vietnam

Vietnam- meeting school boys sliding on sand dunes

skating-on-the-red-riverWinnipeg- skating on the Red River

biking in xianXian- riding tandem on the wall around the city

Rong our wonderful biking guide in Yangshou

Yangshou- biking with our guide Rong

dancing with naxi women in yunnan province chinaZhongdian- dancing with Naxi women

Other posts………

The Story of the Sydney Opera House

Musicians Encountered World Wide

Swimming with the Manatees

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2 responses to “Travel Alphabet

  1. Wow! That’s incredible MaryLou, to have seen so many places. Just wonderful!

    • It is kind of a family legacy. My parents had this map in their house with little pins all over it showing all the places in the world they had traveled. I have an aunt who has been to hundreds of places on ALL five continents. She is seventy five and still has places on her bucket list.

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