If money and reality were no object what impossible experience would you like to do?
To be honest, when I was posed with this question I really struggled. Most of the experiences I want to do actually exist. Although some are harder to nail down then others.
I’d love to dine in a waterfall for example. Or stomp on grapes at a wine festival. Learn how to ride a horse side saddle on a western ranch. Even visit a Hogwarts-esque school and join in on a class and be sorted into a house- yes even at the grand old age of 32.
So thinking outside of the box I decided the random thing I’d love to do that would be highly unrealistic, would be to visit Kensington Palace for some afternoon tea with the Duchess of Cambridge and her children.
With Prince George being a similar age to Little London it would be amusing for me to watch them play. Plus I can just imagine the toys that their nursery must have. Little London would be in child heaven.
With the children occupied, I’d be able to enjoy a real Royal experience (I’m talking bone china and silver cutlery) and have the chance to natter with Kate Middleton about all things motherhood. And maybe get some tips on what having a little girl will be like.
Into the Blue specialise in experience days, and they currently have a competition running asking what your impossible experience would be.
Last year they had some great entries including drinking Prosecco on Pluto, enjoying school games at Wimbledon and being able to direct your own movie.
Although they can’t make your impossible experiences a reality, they can help out by giving their favourite ideas a £200 voucher to use towards experiences they already have up on their website (including western style horse riding).
Best thing is it’s free to enter, and you could be chosen to spend a voucher on a romantic getaway or even something more adrenalin fuelled.
Just tweet or Facebook your idea using the #impossibleexpereinces and making sure to tag in Into the Blue using their handle @intotheblueuk.
The competition ends on the 28th February at midnight.
Disclosure: This post was written in collaboration with Into the Blue.