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Well, it's already August 6th in Australia, so let's get these reveals rolling

Thank you for participating.
@Cotton Park we're ready for you to share.
Are you sure?

I never left the USA. So here's a shot in the dark:

Here are some of my favorite things about..... (close my eyes, spin globe and.... POINT!)


It has a cool flag:

(Though, is it just me or is it a little unnerving that the 12-pointed star is below the yellow line?)

And there's never been COVID in Nauru.

Not sure who else can boast that!

Unfortunately, the little island country has been ravaged by phosphate mining. And then the mining all but disappeared when they destroyed the coral to get it, leaving Nauru with a 90% unemployment rate and for some reason Nauru has the most obese population in the world. I still wanna go there. Maybe I will.

Oh okay then!!!

Well let me share my love for the country of Slovenia!! I've never lived there, but when I had the chance to live for one year in Germany, Slovenia was my first trip outside of that country. I went because some friends were already going and had an extra spot in the car, so I had no idea what to expect.

Needless to say I was gobsmacked. The scenery. Mountains, thick forests, crystalline bule rivers, huge caves, and that's just the nature!! The amount of castles, fortressess, beautiful little churches... I've visited 8 other countries after that but Slovenia is still the one that I would call the most breahtaking and even unbelievable. It really is a fairytale land. These are my favorite spots:

  • Predjama castle
  • Lake Bled
  • Triglav National Park
  • Kobarid

It's not my favorite country (you can't beat Italy) but I feel like it's really underrated.
@eatyourself I love Slovenia, thanks for sharing! I went a few years back and fell in love.

OK, my time to share? So I went to Sweden for the second time last month. I'm a big Nordic fan (having ticked off Finland, Denmark and Sweden so far). Sweden is a lovely country, it has such a relaxed vibe. I highly recommend a visit!

These are a few of my favourite Swedish things:

Kanelbullar (cinnamon buns):


Fika - 'a break from activity during which people drink coffee, eat cakes or other light snacks, and relax with others.' I need this in my life, daily...

Grona Lund (a jam packed theme park with some stunning views and rides)


And last but not least... my boy, Benjamin Ingrosso:

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