Where should we go this year?

I don’t know about you guys, but I’m a little bit shocked that October is upon us. Where did this year go? It’s all happened so fast and some pretty amazing things have happened.

This year has been an amazing one and we’ve been to some pretty amazing places at home and abroad. With 2016 creeping up on us very quickly, it’s time for Matt and I to start thinking about where we should go next year. When we’re thinking of where to go our minds tend to wander to the same destinations. So, we really, really need your help to find some new, inspiring destinations for us to visit.

Where do you think Matt and I should go in 2016? If you could share one beautiful destination, hidden spot or must-see-before-you-die destination with us, what would it be? It can be anywhere in the world; big or small, near or far.

I would absolutely love to hear your suggestions of where we should travel to next year. Is it a secluded beach destination or the top of a mountain in the middle of nowhere? Is it a busy little village in the hinterland or a metropolis of a city just waiting to be discovered? Is it your favourite scenic destination or somewhere quiet, by the seaside. Whatever it is, I want to know so I can cyber-stalk it on the internets and then go there.

We’re also looking for your tips on the best hotels to stay at, memorable places to visit, local spots selling the yummiest must-try food and drink, incredible photography spots and unforgettable experiences.

So, take a moment to think about it and then please share your thoughts with us. Who knows, you may have Matt and I wandering around your home town and goodness knows we’re always looking for a guide with local know-how to show us the hot spots and tell us where to buy the best coffee. You could shape our travel plans for next year and show off your favourite place in the world.

Tell us where you think we should go in 2016 here:

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Phoebe Lee Travel Blogger Rainbow Beach Little Grey Box Brisbane Australia Blogger BestPhoebe Lee is a writer, award-winning blogger and travel lover sharing helpful travel tips, insight and reviews for regular people. Follow her adventures at home and around the world, right here on Little Grey Box and on InstagramFacebook and YouTube.

13 Comments on Where should we go this year?

  1. Just stumbled across your post. I love your blog, btw! In case you still have no plans for August, Brussels is the place to be! Bi-annual flower carpet is celebrating it’s 20th anniversary this year, and it’s gonna be really impressive again! August 12-15, 2016 on the Grand Place in Brussels. If you can’t make it this year, you’ll have to wait 2 more years…


  2. Bohuslän, a beautiful region on the Swedish west coast! I spent all my summers growing up around the little town of Hamburgsund, but rent a car and you can easily get around up and down the coast line. Fjällbacka, Strömstad and Koster Islands (where there’s no traffic aloud other than bikes)are really pretty, but the whole area is very quaint and picturesque. The arcipelago is beautiful with rocky little islands scattered around. If you want city life, Gothenburg is about an hour and a half away, and if you want sandy beaches instead of rocks you can go further down south to the area of Halland. The weather is usually best in July, but so are the crowds. May or late August or September are beautiful, but stores and hotels might be closed since it’s off season.


  3. The Kimberleys!! It is truly a unique Australian outback experience. We took the 3 kids on a road trip from Darwin in July this year and had a small taste of the Kimberley’s visiting Lake Argyle and El Questro Station. They are definitely bucket list places in my opinion. Both have various choices for levels of accommodation and comfort and so many adventures to be had. 4wd driving, helicopter rides over breathtaking scenery, boat cruises, exploring gorges, horseback riding. We stayed at a private campsite along the Pentecoast river at El Questro and although there is a lack of facilities (toilets, running water, bins) at each site, it is not far to go to find them and this is the real beauty of the sites – completely unplugged, can’t hear or see anyone else except for the bush beauty and sounds around you – bliss!


  4. Bardstown, Kentucky? Great southern hospitality, Bourbon capital of the world, and 2014 Most Beautiful Small Town in America!


  5. Jo @ Countrylifeexperiment // September 28, 2015 at 5:02 pm // Reply

    Go to Watersplashing festival in Southern Yunnan Province in China. It is amazing – in April next year.


  6. How about Havana?


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