Say what you will about Stonehenge, I really liked it. It was fascinating wandering around the edge of the circle, wondering about the mysteries surrounding the stones. English history is something I find really interesting to study so Stonehenge was a definite must for me to see.
I am still amazed at just how green the English countryside was. In Australia, for those who do not know, the countryside is a mixture of dark greens, blues, yellows, oranges and browns. Whereas, in contrast, the English countryside was this vivid green that only seemed to get brighter as we moved away further from London.
I wish it were possible to wander through the ancient relics, but I understand the spiritual and historical significance for people. It was the same when I visited Uluru (it is forbidden to take photographs of certain areas around the giant rock, as it offends the Indigenous peoples). Still, it would be fascinating to get a closer look. Alas, I shall have to suffice with these photographs, including the very touristy shot of myself taken by Melissa. Occasionally touristy photographs are a necessity.