This year is going to be the year of travels – my Wanderlust has been activated (again), and along with a great desire to see everything, I have planned to drag my boyfriend to a lot of places. This year. It has to be this year ( good bye, finances!).
As we are just about to board to Norway, I decided to set myself in a travel mood and thought of some great places I have already been to. How about 5 random places I would love to come back to?
#1 Sirmione (Lake Garda), Italy
I love Italy for many reasons, but Sirmione remains something different in compare to the most popular Italian cities such as Genoa or Naples. The view of magnificent Garda Mountains (Southern Limestone Alps) dipped in the cristal clear Garda water is something I would love coming back to. Apart from that, Sirmione is a historial area with the famous Commune di Sirmione, grottos and thermal baths – something really nice to experience.
#2 Ao Nang, Thailand
Travelling to Thailand became extremely popular, but Ao Nang is not something tourists are expecting to see at first place. It was a real Thai-experience, and what you see on this picture is a swimming pool. Ao Nang is a small village outside Krabi Town. We found a random leaflet advertising kayaking, and decided to try it out (the price was also a bargain in compare to Phuket prices). I remember this day as one of the best of my life.
#3 Hot Springs, California
Our 2015 trip to the hot spring area in the middle of nowhere was undoubtedly one of the most adventurous days of my entire life. We drove around 100 km Las Vegas direction, from Los Angeles. Hot springs in February? Why not! This is something you need to do at least once in a lifetime! Have I mentioned it was around 5 degree once I woke up and left my tent? No biggie.
#4 Mdina, Malta
Malta is also one of the most beautiful places I visited, but this little fortified city ( and a former capital) is something I have never seen before. It is called the ‘Silent City’ for a reason, as the lapse of time doesn’t apply there at all. It was one of the famous ‘Game of Thrones’ filming location (just so you know how historical the mood is).
#5 Fort William, Scotland
Harry Potter fans – this is something you might want to check. I used to live in Glasgow, where trips to Fort William are, safe to say, quite popular, but this place is something I would always recommend to my friends from all around the world. Such a breath-taking view of Highlands and the famous ‘Harry Potter bridge’ (screw the Scottish weather!) is something I am never going to forget!