Charming and full of history; Galle Fort is a must-see in Sri Lanka. Galle Fort is a fort built during the 15th – the 16th century and is nowadays used as a place for shopping, restaurants, cafes, souvenir shops, spas, etc. The Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is visited by many travelers and locals because of its charm.
You know those precious moments, that you just want to put in a jar and keep, so that in 10 years from now you can open it up again and relive the memory? Standing at the Malwanna beach in Sri Lanka watching baby sea turtles crawl their way into the big unknown ocean was one of those moments. Continue reading “Releasing Baby Turtles into the Ocean | Malawenna, Sri Lanka”
Last week was amazing just because I had autumn break and where therefore on my birthday trip to Bahrain! My aunt, her husband and my baby cousin lives there so my birthday present from them this year was for me to fly down to the Middle East to spend my autumn break together with them in the sun. Continue reading “One Week In Bahrain, The Middle East: Travel Diary”
It has now gone more than 2 whole months on 2019 and around one month and 24 days since we came home from South Africa. And you have no idea how much I miss it. But it’s actually starting to get warmer and less dark here in Sweden so I finally don’t feel like a zombie anymore. Which feels quite positive. Continue reading “All The Things I Love About Noordhoek, South Africa”
For about a week over New Year’s we moved away from Stellenbosch and rented a house in Constantia which is a big suburb outside Cape Town. The house belongs to a family with small kids which wasn’t hard to notice. They have this enormous room only as a playroom for the kids. Which my small cousins really enjoyed. The house has a amazing backyard with a pool and a great view on the mountains. I really liked this place, it was near to everything. Continue reading “Travel days South Africa: New Year’s Eve, concerts and Kalk Bay”