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Wooow I’m getting towards the end! Only two left. It’s been a long month and ultimately this thing has been fairly pointless but at least it’s encouraged me to browse tumblr every day. Yesterday’s non-challenge post was a bit weird but it felt good to talk about gaming for a while. I’ve played Torchlight since and sated my appetite for it for a little bit :P I’ve also really been enjoying Transformers: War on Cybertron.
Today’s instruction is somewhere I’d like to visit or move to. For this I have a hard time choosing between Canada and America. I’d like to visit the majority of Canada and I haven’t actually seen or heard much about it, it just sounds like a fantastic place to be with lovely people.
In America there are a few places I’d like to visit but not everywhere, specificially: Seattle, New York, Chicago, and Washington D.C. I’d also like to visit L.A. of course but that’s not such a big thing for me. They all sound like such big and fantastic cities that would be wonderful to explore. It’s odd because I stay away from London because I haven’t got a clue where I would begin to look at, but I’m fine saying I’d visit other huge cities in other countries.
In addition to these two I’ve always wanted to visit Egypt and Venice. I’ve always been interested in both ancient Roman and Egyptian (as well as Greek) mythology and lore, and would love to visit Egypt to look at all of the things I was obsessed with as a child. I also wanted to visit Venice since I read “The Thief Lord” when I was around 8 and got really immersed into it. It’s the same reason I want to visit Seattle; books can paint such a vivid picture for me that I want to go there. I had a similar experience with one of my Dad’s books for Egypt but that was 4ish years ago, wayyy after I’d already formed the intention to visit.
‘Til next time :)