Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Question Mark: Where to Go?

Many people have asked me where I'm going after I leave the US and even though I have a destination for the moment I still feel it is not where I'm going to plant my roots.


I haven't traveled as much as I wanted to but there have been places that when I get there I feel I'm home. I think it's s bit redundant that I say I feel very much at home when I'm in NY, and that is one of the reasons why every chance I have I'm on a plane to go there, visit my friends, and absorb the energy flowing through the whole city.


Another city where I felt I could live without a problem was Milan. I loved the vibe of the city that felt sort of like NY but with that fun flair Italians have. I loved walking around the narrow streets, the modern stores inside old buildings, the unique art, the fashion, and no doubt the amazing food make this city a great place I'd like to go and spend some time at.


I was very lucky to call LA my home for a while. Many people ask me what I loved so much about it and my answer is always the same: 78F weather, blue skies, sunny, and very friendly people. I loved how easy it was for me to go to the mountain or the beach in a very short time, the food was exotic and fresh, it never got too cold or too hot, and I would move back there without hesitation.


Of course, now that I'm moving many friends and family members have cast their votes on where they think I would love to live in. The places that I hear the most are: London, San Francisco, Buenos Aires, Lima, Santiago, Cape Town and Stockholm. The reasons are: modern cities, art and design, culture, gastronomy, career, nice people, and cute boys.


So, if you had no restrictions at all and could pack your bags and move anywhere in the world, where would you move?

Have a great day and hope we all end up 
where we want to be sooner rather than later!