On April 13, 2020
In 10 word fiction, AtoZChallenge 2020, Microblog Mondays
He had travelled for hours
on end in a dream.
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I am taking the A to Z Challenge 2020 with Blogchatter and my theme is Microfiction.
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Man… I don’t think I get to travel that far even in dreams. For me, traveling ends up being vicariously through others social media posts.
Haha doc, that’s another way to travel as well ;).
Dreams can take us to many destinations. The best part is we don’t have to drive. We can just imagining going from one place to other…as if a magic blanket is taking us there…
I guess dreams have wings allowing us to go from one place to another without having to worry about anything.
In the lockdown for sure!
Good one. Fab photo, too.
Thanks Arti :).
Could travel forever 😉
K is for Kaleidoscope
Yeah we definitely can :).
Nice short and crisp. Travel does enrich a person.
Thanks Shubhra :).
I too travel best and the worst in dreams 🙂
I am sure we all do so doc :D.
I’ve been on some pretty extreme road trips in dreams. I’m not sure if that means something, psychologically, but they are the dreams I enjoy the most.
I am sure road trips are fun and in dreams they could be even better since they allow us to go to places unexplored without needing a visa or a ticket :D.
Actual road tripping get one to a dream state as well!
My favorite USA “meditative driving” place is western Texas. With US2 in the high plains (North Dakota and eastern Montana) coming in a close second.
Oh it definitely does. Travelling is a delight and people who get to experience it are really lucky to be honest. Hopefully, I can one day visit the places you mentioned. I have been on some road trips in the US and I must say they were real fun!
Dream travel ….as in travelling in dreams…. is the best travel always!!
It definitely is :). Can make you go places which one may have never even imagined.
Currently that’s the only way to travel. In dreams.
Yeah. I am hopeful that this too shall pass.
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