There’s nothing like dreaming big when you write a wishlist, so what better place to start than India? It’s a vast country and I’m sure I’m only aware of a small percentage of what there is to see, so I apologise if my plans involve going for the obvious rather than the hidden gems, but I’m only just getting to grips with it.
I’m hoping to visit either late in 2013 or early in 2014, with Jodhpur, Jaipur and Delhi being likely stopping points, but there are loads of other places I want to tick off. Here are just some of the experiences I’d like to have, the sights that have inspired me and the things I want to photograph, from the possible to the not-so-likely-unless-I-take-a-gap-year.
I love the travel blogging community – always one step ahead of technology, never afraid to try something new, these guys really are fearless. So, knowing what an intrepid lot they are, I let my imagination drift towards the future, about 100 years from now, imagining what they’d all be up to (assuming most of little old Planet Earth had been done to death). Here’s what I came up with, based on brief Twitter-style updates.
- Check out my new post: discovering a new wormhole on my lunchbreak #wormholetravel
- Still undecided on whether to take your Gap Decade on Mars or Jupiter? See my 3D videos
- Cryogenic freezing blogger meet-up: don’t forget to request your defrost date for Independence Day in 2200, people! #Brr
- So, I went back in time to the Middle Ages and made this virtual reality photo diary…
- Clone holidays: what it’s really like to go on holiday with yourself and fight over the breakfast buffet
- An expat’s view: why I emigrated to the Planet Zog
- Read my new e-book guide on holidays for the over-120s – greycationers rule
- Google Psychic: now Google can read our thoughts, what does this mean for bloggers?
- Exclusive: vintage photos of the lost Brazilian rainforest
- #TravJournoReq Can anyone recommend hotels in Hollywood with great flying car parking?
- Street food on southern Mercury: my top ten suggestions
- National Rail live debate: will trains ever run on time?
- Post-Apocalypse travel seminar: how to beat the odds and survive
Whatever weird and wonderful inventions and discoveries that come to affect how and why we go on adventures, you can bet that a travel blogger will be the first to report back and they’ll give you the inside track. I, for one, can’t wait to see what happens next.
Calavera (Span. feminine noun) = skull. A travel blog with a love of culture, dark tourism and the unconventional.