I thought of all the big things in Australia like the Great Barrier Reef, the Great Ocean Road, the Great Australian Bite and thought they are big, they’re just great. I also thought of the movie starring Tom Hanks but realised it wasnt relevant. So here’s my take on this week’s theme: BIG
Trekking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is still one of the biggest adventures I have ever done.
Big Ben is such a classic symbol of London…but in comparison to modern structures it might have to renamed to “Modest Ben”
Doing a tour of the Moet et Chandon cellars in Reims, certainly builds up a big thirst!
Hard to believe that just over 20 years ago the Pudong region of Shanghai was just rice paddies.
This photo was taken at the 2009 Tour Down Under, starring Lance Armstrong ….it has just recently been revealed that he and many of the rider were taking illegal steriods. Big surprise…no?
Mount Kilimanjaro…ahhh doesnt look that big, but it got the better of me. Damn altitude sickness!
The canal at Corinth still facinates me that someone had the big idea to dig a big ditch right through the country so that boats could avoid going the long way round
The pyramids of Giza are just one examples of man’s big ego
The Mona Lisa comes with big expectations, and seeing it for the first time (if you can get through the ever-present crowds, leads to some disappointment as most people think it is going to be “bigger”
Lunch time in Greece is a always a big family time with a big feed and the sight of the octopus drying in the sun bring on the big drool!
This is how many of Xian’s Terracotta Warriors were found – in bits and pieces, not all standing in a row. Now that’s a big jigsaw putting all them all back together again
The Big Koala in Nhill (halfway between Adelaide and Melbourne) is just one of the Big Things in Australia.: Big Prawn, Big Banana, Big Orange, Big Merino, Big Rockinghorse are just a few.
The Big Leap of Faith was opening the door of The Don’t Forget Travel Group
The Big O at Disney’s California Park
Many people go to Oia to watch the sunset, this is why. Just one of many photos of the sunset at Oia, on Santorini’s northern point.
Wasnt expecting this “wave” to swamp me on a beach in Naxos. The surprise is that Greece just doesnt have waves!
The Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpor were once the tallest in the world, now they have been dwarfed many times.
The Great Wall of China is a big wall (and its prettty great as the name suggests) but its not so big that you can see it from space, thants just a myth.
The Dont Forget Travel Group is taking part in the Weekly Photo Challenge, but we’re adding an extra twist as we’re going to try and adapt the weekly theme into being “travel related” somehow! This week’s theme is: BIG.