Oh and day five is something I do spend a lot of time thinking about (daydreaming as is my want).
List five places you want to visit:
Only five and there is a whole world of places I'd love to go to with only lack of funds holding me back. Most of these choices may just happen, and I truly hope they do, some might not -
I'll whittle it down to places I've never been and my top five would be
|Swedish market - |
stuff IKEA, I want to shop here
I hear my sketchbook itching to open.
Collioure in the South, with it's artists would have to be another top destination to head to.
New Zealand In particular the South Island because look...
I love the Maori culture, I have an old Maori legends book my Uncle sent me many years ago but who can't fail to look at that scenery in utter awe.
|Orkney Standing Stones|
One day though, it is feasible and maybe we can see if it's true that if we visit Skye and the Hebrides we'll be the only Scots there! Much ado about the loss of local people to the big cities due to incomers putting the price of houses out of reach - I've heard Cornwall is the same. It is sad, I heard last night about the last speaker of Deeside Gaelic who died taking the language with her because everyone had left.
It's an interesting subject, who owns our land. Maybe I shouldn't go to these places because it would make me despair, I think of my notion to live elsewhere and wanting to envelope myself in that culture and language but I'd hate to be part of a movement that saw locals unable to buy in their own towns.
On another note - I hate the new Google logo, is it just me who thinks it looks far too much like a pared down version of Comic Sans?