7 fabulous destinations featuring…..the number 7!

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  1. Good observation of Lucky “7”. Peru’s seven color mountain looks incredible! Appreciated this interesting post .

  2. Lucy says:

    What a cool idea for a post – and a variety of destinations near and far (and very far away!). I’ve not actually been to any of them yet but will look out for 7s from now on.

    • Sara Dobak says:

      I haven’t been to any of them either – except perhaps the chalk cliffs when I was a child (not sure though). Keep an eye out for those sparkling sisters in the sky – it’s the easiest one to tick off the list!

  3. I’ve just been to one of these which happens to be one of my favourite spots on earth and just half an hour’s drive from home. Seven Sisters in East Sussex. I’d love to see the Croatian waterfalls and I’ll be looking out for Pleiades this month.

    • Sara Dobak says:

      Yay, we often miss what’s on our own doorstep, so I’m glad to hear it! Let me know when you’ve spotted the Pleiades 🙂

  4. I love your intro, I had never thought about it that way, especially regarding my favourite spy! I always focus on the number 3 but I think that’s because of the song ‘Three is my lucky number, fortune comes in threes’… 🙂

    • Sara Dobak says:

      Thank you Jai 🙂 My research showed that 3 was the SECOND favourite number, but it’s presumably more about tourism marketing – 7 just sounds more impressive!

  5. Seven lovely destinations and I’ve not been to any of them! Hope to put that right one day, especially the Seven Sisters Cliffs (apart from the stars maybe.. but then again..)

    • Sara Dobak says:

      If you look to the east at 10 to 11pm at night during October, the Pleiades will be at around 35 degrees from the horizon. Let me know if you spot them!

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