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3 Countries I Just Didn’t See Enough Of

3 Countries I Just Didn’t See Enough Of

3 Countries I Didn’t See Enough

There are several countries that I see myself wanting to travel to, over and over again. For example, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, and Vietnam. But there are also a few countries that gave me just enough of a taste but left me wanting to see a whole lot more.

1. Norway

Kayaking Middle Earth

I visited Norway last year for only nine days. Nine days is enough for many locations, but not for Norway. Norway is a beautiful country, with a spectacular landscape. I stayed a couple of nights in Oslo and then took the train West to Bergen. Bergen was a beautiful city.

But honestly, it was near impossible to decide on which fjord to visit Next time, I’d love to hike Trolltunga, explore the many other beautiful fjords, as well as visit some incredibly beautiful Stave churches. But the one place that’s calling out to me above all is the Lofoten Islands.

2. Scotland

A brilliant hike – just bring an extra layer

My first trip to Scotland was pretty incredible. I was there for only a week, but it wasn’t enough. Between the gorgeous cliffs, islands, Highland cows, and castles, there’s just too much to see. Next time, I’d like to visit St Andrews, play a round of golf on a beautiful course, go to Edinburgh, and ride the Jacobite Express.

3. Cambodia

Angkor Wat
Tomb Raider

Cambodia is the one country in Asia that left me with a slight pang of regret. I loved Cambodia, and saw a lot of it, but just not enough. Phnom Penh is an exciting city with a vibe unlike anywhere else. But I’m not kidding you – I spent just a half of a single day exploring the temples of Angkor.

You can easily spend a week here exploring if you’re curious enough. I went with my in-laws at the time. It was a fabulous trip, but they arranged everything, and well, half a rainy day exploring the entirety of the ruins at Angkor Wat is what happened….so yea, I wouldn’t mind going back!

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