For the last decade, I’ve used all my free time to explore new places and cultures. Some people like spending money on clothes and cars, but I like investing in memories. I traveled a quite a good portion of the world, but some places stuck to my memory and made me come back again. After all, the purpose of the life is to explore, to taste, to embrace all challenges and to conquer them. Make your list of memories and go for them, but in the meantime, you can read mine.
Angra dos Reis, Brazil
Latin America, the land of exotic beauties, beautiful weather, great beaches and lovely people. Olympic games that were held in Brazil brought this county a lot of success. They modernized the entire infrastructure and attracted a new wave of tourists. Angra dos Reis is very popular among travelers, and if you want to escape the crowds, while enjoining in beach villas, then this place is perfect for you. I took a two-week vacation to visit Angra dos Reis and came back home as a new man.
Belfast, Northern Ireland
I remember the first time I landed in Northern Ireland; I was so excited because I didn’t know what to expect. Some of my friends suggested me to visit this city, but I was still skeptical because, this was my first time in Europe and after all, European and American culture is entirely different. But, open – air bars, art venues and restaurants are at every corner. People are friendly and welcoming, and I am sure Belfast will soon become one of the most popular destinations. Whether you want to enjoy your afternoon in some café, or you want to experience a night life, this city offers you diverse possibilities to have a perfect time.
After surviving a financial crisis, Bermuda is slowly finding its way towards recovery and attracting a new generation of travelers. If you are a fan of sun kissed beaches, white sand, and crystal-clear water, then this place will blow your mind away. The biggest happenings are around June, where international sailing race happens. You have the opportunity to explore many resorts, and since the government loosened the restriction on foreign investment, this has sparked the interest of many international investors. This place is like heaven on earth. I spend one day just lying on the beach and enjoying the view. It is expensive, but this experience is worth every dollar.
Cape Town, South Africa
I am aware that a lot of people are afraid of going to Africa due to a lot of controversies. But, Cape Town has a such a compelling art and design scene. To museums, luxury hotels, great night clubs, you can find almost anything here. The scenery is stunning, and the town is surrounded by mountains and beaches. You would be surprised, but they have one of the best restaurants in the world located here. It’s called Test Kitchen, and their food is delicious.