Ready for my first post on this lovely blog? Here you go : )
This post is about my current top travel destinations and I just realized that they summ up to be exactly ten! I chose the terms “current” and “top” since I am pretty fascinated by them, but they don’t include all of the places I ever want to visit, because that could be the city next door and I would still be thrilled to meet the people living there. Also you wouldn’t be able to see the continents anymore, due to all the arrows. Plus, I don’t want to visit them because numerous famous bloggers mentioned there visits there. We are not trying to be like others on this page! : )
The United States have always been a big dream of mine, just as of pretty much every teenage girl in my age ; ) I have been there once, at the age of four, so you can imagine how much I can remember…But the wish will soon come true. I can’t even describe how excited I am to be spending ten whole months in America, as an exchange student, living with an american family and going to an american high school (a big big big dream of mine, I mean how cool are those lockers?!).
Canada – the wish of visiting that country came up when I discovered the lovely Sophie Gray. She currently lives there and posted among others, pictures of landscapes and mountains near her. I love the magical lakes surrounded by those different shapes.
Aaah Scandinavia and Iceland, how can’t you think of them as beautiful, ice-cold destinations.We can’t forget them. I don’t know why but for some reason when I hear scandinavia I think of Denmark and Iceland too. And of course of wonderful places where you sink into snow until up to your chin. I never have been there before so there is even a bigger attraction to them, at least for me. The different language, which would be interesting to learn, the culture and totally different people.
The arrow pointing into Africa is still alone, as I never really thought of visiting that huge continent. I still don’t have a real image popping up in my head when I hear the word. But if you never heard of the city named Cape Town, type it into Google-Pictures and you will want to book a flight immediately, trust me. Getting in the Vitamin D after the cold countries seems even more appealing now. I do have to admit that snow gives everything a more peaceful look but suntanning at the bottom of Africa doesn’t sound bad either!
Russia and China. Although they are nothing similar I still put them together. That’s because I do really want to see them badly, but I have no idea of them. HongKong is a big point though. Due to the fact that I grew up in Asia for a short time, I can’t really remember much again, I still am fascinated by their lifestyle and culture and the visit of the Big Buddha-statue still remains on my bucket list. A few years ago I watched a little documentery about Russia and I guess it stayed in my head, otherwise the arrow wouldn’t be pointing there.
India. When I first heard about it there was no much attraction. Probably because we watched a little movie about it in school, that didn’t capture the beauty. But since I saw Essena O’Neills experiences and searched for myself, it went straight onto my list! All the abundances of fresh food, temples and awesome people really got me.
Australia and New Zealand, because who would I be if I didn’t know about these sunny locations. First things first, I really am jealous (in a good way though!) of my friend Annika, who is able to stay there for half a year, just at this moment!! Welcome to the Sunshine Coast! Stunning secret places, lovely accents and a whole lotta vegan restaurant options! PARADISE
Enjoy your next vacation