Catchin’ Flights, Not Feels

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I love a good holiday as much as the next girl. That feeling when you step off a plane and get assaulted by the heat (something we don’t know the meaning of in the UK) is up there with one of my faves. I personally didn’t take a gap year – after Sixth Form, travelling didn’t really appeal to me; I couldn’t see myself doing the typical backpacking round Asia at all. But, over the past two years, I’m pretty sure I’ve caught the travel bug because now, I want to visit everywhere. It’s got to that point in the year where I’m so ready for a holiday so I’ve compiled a list of the places I’d looooove to travel to the most.

New York

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This one could be classed as slightly cheating as I’ve actually already been to New York twice. BUT it is my favourite place in the world and I would go back pronto if I was given the chance. Anyone who knows me knows I am a city girl at heart, feeling completely at home in London. NYC is basically London on steroids so, naturally, I was always going to fall in love with it. I love the food, the shopping, the buildings, the people – the general vibes of being in New York really appeal to me and I could definitely see myself living there in the future. It holds a cute little spot in my heart.

Los Angeles

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If I could get on a plane right this second and go anywhere in the entire world, it would be LA. Not just because I want my Miley moment hoppin’ off the plane at LAX (I mean, I do but that’s besides the point), but because I feel like I would love it there. I want to do all the typical tourist-y things: shopping on Rodeo Drive (I’m an actual Julia Roberts wannabe), visiting the Hollywood sign and the Walk of Fame before potentially (definitely) tracking down Zac Efron’s house. I just need to purchase some horrendously oversized sunnies and I’ll be good to go.

Budapest

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My brother visited Budapest around two years ago now and honestly, he still hasn’t shut up about how fab it was. It’s one of those places I would love to go for a relaxing long weekend, sitting in the sun drinking pretty lil cocktails. It’s supposed to be a really pretty little quaint place which I love the sound of. I’m hoping one of my friends and I may sneak in a short visit at some point this year (wishful thinking)…

Reykjavik

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A slightly different end of the spectrum here but I would loooove to go to Reykjavik. I’ve wanted to visit Iceland for a good while now as I just think it’s so bloody pretty – I mean, look at the little houses!! One of my fave things to do on holiday is to go for walks and explore the surrounding areas to where I’m staying, hopefully discovering somewhere cute to eat along the way and I feel like this would be easily done in Iceland. I’d also love to go to the Blue Lagoon – it looks amaaaazing and is deffo on my bucket list.

Florence

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I think my love of pasta has led my heart to Italy. I’ve been to Rome before which was lovely and a fun little cultural experience but because of this, was slightly tourist-y. I’d love to visit a less tourist-filled place in Italy and Florence has most definitely taken my fancy. I can see myself sat in a cute little cafe, drinking freshly-squeezed OJ and eating a generous portion of tiramisu without a care in the world. I’d also love to go to a vineyard because your gal loves herself a good glass of wine.

So those are some of the places I’m hoping to travel to over the next few years. Have you been to any of them? What would be on your list?

Lots of love,

G X

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10 thoughts on “Catchin’ Flights, Not Feels

  1. New York is my favorite (although I’m a little biased because I haven’t been to the other places lol). There’s just so much to do in NY and if you need a break from all the people there are so many parks and gardens, and tons of smaller neighborhoods you can escape to for a break from all the people.

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