So why Wundering Feet?
This wasn’t an unfortunate typo, it was indeed a deliberate choice.
Wundering = a mix of wondering + wandering.
Wondering: to think or speculate curiously, to be filled with admiration, amazement, or awe, to marvel (at)
Wandering: moving from place to place without a fixed plan, roaming, rambling, having no permanent residence, nomadic, meandering.
My definition of wundering: to move curiously through life, exploring, expanding one’s horizons and looking for pastures new. To collect small pieces of the puzzle from each place visited / sojourned / lived and creating an ever evolving patchwork of experiences and friendships along the way.
Our feet are the vehicle that take us on these journeys and our minds enable us to continue our voyages even when we are still. Curiosity and movement are some of the greatest gifts we as humans have. We don’t always have to have a definite plan of where we are going and not all those who wunder are lost.
Wundering feet are happy feet 🙂
I absolutely love solo travel and have been taking trips alone since I was 18 years old. At first I travelled solo because I simply had no one else to travel with, it was kind of forced upon me. Now I travel alone out of choice. I absolutely love the freedom it brings and the interesting people I meet along the way. Although I have a husband, friends and family to travel with I will never stop travelling alone.
When I travel in the UK, I bring my adorable dog Mia along for the ride. The majority of my UK-based posts are therefore will contain dog-friendly travel advice.
I occasionally bring my husband along. I met him on one of my trips to South America 10 years ago and the rest they say is history.