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Miss T Loves…

… to travel. Staying home half a year after our long Bali hang out has energized my travel heart again. Has found some heavenly destinations to put on my bucketlist, this time more luxury than leisure. Next stop 2015:

1) Cornwall, UK, Europe. The south coast is for surfing, drinking hard cider and hunting antiques.

2) Zanzibar, Tanzania, Africa. Dream destination called “the next Mauritius” and famous for spices.

3) Tulum, Mexico, South America. Heared a great deal about this white washed beach spot.

4) Surfspot La Pedrera and José Ignacio – “the chicest spot in Latin Amerika” accourding to New York Times, Uruguay, South America.

5) Albanien, Europe. Un spoilt and still rather un travelled by most this poor country offers antique ruins, beautiful beaches and The blue lagoon.

6) Kapstaden, South Africa, Africa. Vineyards and beautiful scenery.

7) New York City, US. Got a ticket to the big apple from my boyfriend. Can se myself walking the high line in the morning and cheering the skyline from a roof top bar at midnight.

8) The amalfi coast, Italy, Europe. Maybe some days rest here before a wedding weekend in Tuscany.

9) Nice, France, Europe. Nice is always Nice. I love this beach strip. Next time I want to visit Grass’ perfumed fields top.

10) Visby, Gotland, Sweden, Europe. This rough and rugged sunshine island is something else. My boyfriend has not been there yet.

Extra: Berlin, Germany, Europe. You have to go there. At least I have. Europe’s historical heart.

“It’s with mixed feelings that one consider the rising popularity of Bhutan – a country that stands apart in the Himalayas precisely because it has been saved from the damaging effects of tourism that have ravaged the rest of Asia for the past 30 years.”

Sophy Roberts, Travellista, in magazine How to spend it

Many years ago I was renting a room in an old ladies’ big apartment in the better parts of Gothenburg, Sweden’s second largest city. One day when I came home from university my landlady had long away guests and asked me to stay in that night to translate between her and them. The two young men where touring traditional dancers from Bhutan who spoke rather good english but the lady didn’t. I got a note as a memory from them and an invitation to contact the if I wanted to come to Bhutan. In those days that was almost the only key to this remote and mystic highland. I never went. Lost the adress to that man but kept the note tucked away in a uni book. Now and when I look at it an remember that extrodinairy lady and the guests I met there. This month, flight connections to Bhutan has stepped up with new direct routes from Singapore and Mumbai into the country’s only international airport Paro. Fly in with Druk air. Maybe I do.

/Miss Travel