Recently I’ve been looking for great new blogs that are just waiting to get eyes on their stories. This week I’ve looked a little closer to home and picked up a blog from my temporary home in London.
Who is it you ask? well I want you all to go and have a read of Jayne’s blog www.40before30.com. I’m yet to meet up with Jayne but I can say we did talk on the phone once… pity she doesn’t really remember.
As you can probably guess by the title, Jayne’s attempting to see 40 countries before turning 30. With 4 years still to go and only another 5 countries to reach her target, I think the goal is as good as in the bag. Just reading through the list of countries already visited makes me jealous.
One such destination on Jayne’s list that I’m hoping to visit myself this year is Portugal. Her post on Lisbon has pretty much told me a lot of things about the place that I had no idea about. To be honest, I really only knew Lisbon was is in Portugal before that anyway.
Now enough of the free publicity go and read her blog.
40 countries before 30 is so ambitious but a really fantastic goal. Maybe I should try 40 before 40 🙂
haha Ayngelina I was thinking the same thing.
This is such an awesome idea Chris!!
Giving a shout out to other bloggers!!
I might have to do one on my blog. haha wanna be the monday Top Blog?
Cheers Emma, and yes feel free to write good things about me every day of the week if you like. I really don’t mind 🙂
Good one! Yay I’ll be meeting her — and you! — soon!!
Yes you will be meeting us Abby, fun times are guaranteed.
Great TBF shout, fantastic what Jayne is doing, an absolute pleasure meeting her last night. 40 countries before 30 sounds like a great deed – best of luck achieving your personal crusade!
I missed meeting her the other night. Won’t be long till I catch up with her though.
I am a guy from Uganda African and have had the privilege of travelling extensively across Australia. I will never forget the long drives. What a large country. The drives in the outback across the Nullabor as they call it are pretty open, you see from end to end, its one of those places you could watch your dog run away from you for two weeks.