Every now again I travel to a place and by the time i leave im thinking “I Could So Live Here”. I almost always enjoy and appreciate every place I visit but, there are only a few places in the world that would actually consider living in.
4. Bali – Legian & Ubub – Bali is the most Peaceful place I have been to or maybe it’s the place where I have felt in my most peaceful state of mind.
I love the people, the food, and the rhythm of the day-to-day life there. So you may ask, if i love it so much then why is it not ranked no.? Well thats because I would not actually like to live there for years on end, but would gladly spend 2-4 months there every year for the rest of my life:) ——————————————————————————————
3. Medellin, Colombia – is possibly the most beautiful city in South America! The night my friends and I drove into this city I knew i was going to like it there. After a week or so of exploring, training, meeting locals and making friends I realised how comfortable and at home I felt there. ….. …..I plan to head back to Medellin, in 2015/16 and spend at least a month getting to know the city a little better . If i like it as much as i believe i will then i will consider staying a little longer 🙂
2. Rio de Janeiro – The ultimate city by the sea. Rio is a beautiful city, full of life, and overflowing with possibilities as it continues to grow every day. Eeach time I have been there and anytime see a picture of this place it brings a smile to my face and i think to my self “I Should So Live there” – The only downside and reason why Rio is not ranked no. 1 on my list is because of the high level of crime:( …… ….on the flip side, there are 101 upsides to Rio and this is why I most definatley will be go back in 2015/16, and I plan to stay a while:)
1. Barcelona – has been number one on My “I Could So Live Here” List, for 13 years running!. My type of city, is a city by the sea. Barcelona ticks that box and then some. I like the fact that is a modern yet traditional, has an interesting history, beautiful architecure and best of all a decent year round climate. My brother ( the tall one in the pic above) lived in Barcalona for 2 years and I have been to Barcelona maybe 5 or 6 times now. It never gets old. and I still have loads to explore. I could totally see myself living and even starting a familysoewhere just outside of the city.