Nothing gives me a greater buzz than when someone takes the time to post a comment on Where Angie Wanders after reading one of my blog posts.
To know that I have helped or inspired another traveller to plan their own trip to a destination I have recommended is very fulfilling.
Below are some of my favourite comments I would like to share with you. You can click on each photo to be taken to the original posts and reader comments.
Thanks for helping in making a memorable itinerary for our trip to UK/Scotland 10 days back. Your blog really helped us with a clear perspective on Scottish Highlands, Lake District etc. Truly, it was a memorable vacation inspired by the above itinerary.
16 October 2022 at 10:51
Thank you for a great honest account of your hike. This has made my mind up to have a go, but take my time and enjoy it. I’m glad to hear it is a bit of a challenge so that I can get the right equipment.
16 March 2022 at 00:18
I’ve always thought this place looks stunning in photos but seeing your pics shows there’s a heck of a lot more to see there than most places and websites show! Living in N.W England, I’ve still never been to Kent, but I really want to get down that way sometime to see all the fabulous places I know are there! Will bookmark your blog to come back to for sure. 🤩💜
2 May 2022 at 06:59
I’m always wary of reading something written by a visitor to a place I know well (40 years of visits, including 20 years as a Skomer guide), but you’ve done an excellent job here. I didn’t get out there during the past two (pandemic) years, so didn’t know they are now recommending one-way routes – which I think is a great idea especially at the Wick….
30 January 2022 at 23:47
Loved this!!! To be able to go inside the green dragon and have a feast like that is a dream!!! It looks such a magical place, wish I could go there now! Thanks again for another great read can’t wait for the next one 🤩
18 May 2020 at 13:13
This would be my dream! There is no way I’d be able to sleep either if I could watch elephants all night. It’s just so sad that there aren’t any Knysna elephants left in the wild there now (apart from that solo female). I’ve saved your Pin in the hope we get to visit there some time in the future. Thank you for sharing this incredible experience.
8 May 2020 at 05:47
I love this! I think ethical animal encounters is a topic that can really do with more coverage in the travelling industry, and I feel so, so, so happy whenever I chance upon someone who actually does something about it. I’ve always wanted to write something but just really never knew where to start – super duper kudos to you for charting the path! ❤️
22 March 2020 at 16:10
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