The more I travel, the more I dream of new places I want to visit and things I want to experience – dreams inspire me to go out there and live life to the fullest, and often I’ve dreamed of things that a few months or years later have become a reality. It’s important to have specific dreams. Dream Big. Dream without fear. – Randy Pausch These are some adventures I dream of doing in the next few years.
Dream Travel Adventures: Paragliding in Cape Town, South Africa
The best photos I’ve seen of Cape Town have all been from above, the city is just breath taking, especially with the beautiful coast line and lush hills surrounding the city. So I can’t imagine a better place to paraglide than in Cape Town, and a chance to take in the views in peace and quiet.
Horse Back Riding in Iceland
I admit that last time I rode a horse, I didn’t have the best experience, and that annoyed me – I used to horse ride as a child, and I wish I wouldn’t have quit so early – today I dream of galopping along beaches and beautiful landscapes, although maybe on a smaller horse than on my previous horse riding trip in Portugal. Going horse riding in Iceland’s Golden Circle past waterfalls, hot springs, geysers and lava fields on the small but stron Icelandic horses seems like the most amazing experience.
Helicopter Tour in Hawaii
With its unique volcanic landscape, cliffs, beaches and craters, Hawaii has an incredible nature that I can’t wait to experience. And seeing it all from above in a helicopter would be epic! It would be a great opportunity to see remote places that you normally wouldn’t be able to reach, and flying in a helicopter is half the fun..!
Dream Travel Adventures: Scuba Diving in The Great Barrier Reef, Australia
So large you can see it from space, the Great Barrier reef is almost like an “underwater country”, comprising 400 separate reefs, cays and islands – with over 1500 species of fish and 1500 shipwrecks – the Great Barrier Reef sounds like my kind of playground!
But I would like to do more than just an overnight trip to scuba dive – the dream would be to spend a couple of weeks sailing around the reefs and go snorkeling and diving at my own pace.
Dream Travel Adventures: Bike Down The Death Road in Bolivia
We’ve written about it before, and when Andrew Tipp wrote a guest post on our site it really inspired me to want to do the trip myself and bike down the Death Road in Bolivia – not only are the surroundings beautiful, but I like a road with a bit of gritty history and it would definitely be an experience to remember.
Best Formula One Races To Travel To
Every car enthusiast’s dream is to experience a Formula One race in the flesh. There’s nothing as thrilling as a field of supercars screaming around the track, their unique sound a tribute to the pinnacle of mechanical and automotive engineering made flesh.
As the battle between the top drivers for the ultimate glory of winning the Grand Prix unfolds, spectators are held in riveting suspense throughout each and every race.
Packed with unrelenting thrills and spills, Formula One continues to be at the forefront of heart-stopping action, and there’s no better place to experience this than at the track.
Here are the best F1 races to travel to around the world…
2013 may be the last chance to watch the F1 action at Albert Park, located in the thriving cosmopolitan city of Melbourne. With the famous ‘four seasons in a day’ climate, the racing is always on edge and full of suspense as teams face the prospect of rapid changes between a wet and dry track.
If you’re looking for a holiday while watching the F1, Melbourne is definitely one of the best locations to see all the sights once the racing stops.
Due to the proximity of everything, you can ski in the morning, play in the surf by afternoon, and watch the sun set over the rolling hills in one of the famous vineyards by night.
There’s no denying the glitz and glamour of F1, and at no other track is this more apparent than at Monaco. Every year at race time, the harbour fills with prestigious yachts, owned by celebrities and businessmen hosting extravagant parties once night falls.
This is a tight and very technical track, known to test the elite skills of the driver more than merely the technology of the cars. Monaco is steeped in automotive racing history, and is a must-see for any fans wanting to explore the heart of F1 racing.
Known as the “Jewel in the F1 Racing Crown”, Singapore hosts an unforgettable experience for all fans. The F1 was first held at the new Marina Bay Circuit two years ago, and was the first Grand Prix to ever be hosted at night.
This night racing is one of the reasons Singapore is an event simply not to be missed in the F1 calendar.
The new, fast-flowing circuit at Silverstone is definitely a must-see for F1 fans. Developed by top automotive architects in conjunction with top drivers and MotoGP riders, as well as incorporating advanced scientific research, the resulting track improvements guarantee some of the fastest racing in the world.
The developments also bring spectators closer to the action, and have increased the number of grandstands around the track. With three new overtaking opportunities built into the circuit, Silverstone promises to deliver tight, suspenseful racing from start to finish.
No matter where you go to watch an F1 race, you will have the experience of a lifetime. That being said, these are a several of the most memorable circuits which every F1 fan has to at least see once. From the glamour and history of Monaco to the contemporary night racing in Singapore, Grand Prix continues to delight fans worldwide with non-stop action and excitement.