Some of the most hilarious and sincere individuals you'll ever encounter are Scottish people. They're not only going to feel comfortable opening up to you in seconds about their life story, but they're going to invite you for a pint, banter about how much they don't consider themselves British (ha), and find a way to make fun of any unpleasant situation. Collectively, they have some of the strongest sense of humor, and while you can only catch every third word or so because of their accents (God bless it), the exact type of people you need in your life are their beauty, friendly spirits, and laid back personalities.
Just don’t go in the winter. Because hashtag, is brutal
2 France, Nice
Sitting cozily along the French Riviera, Nice is one of France's most lively, vibrant and diverse towns. Because of its mixed Italian and French presence in the past, you're in a melting pot of cultures from all over the world, which again means extremely diverse cuisines, not to mention one of the most stunning and unique architectural layouts in Europe. Nice is a city I'm always happy to go back to, and you'll have NO problem finding anything you need here if you're traveling for a longer period of time and you're low on black hair care products.
Berlin is jokingly known as Munich's "poor but sexy" cousin, but for digital nomads, gap year students, and others just between jobs and taking time off to travel, it is still a millennial favorite. In general, Germany is a pretty liberal country, and it's a city that has something for everyone, whether it's the insane house parties, the endless choice of cuisines, nudist parks, or the hipster vibe dripping throughout the streets. It's got an impressive international culture, so on a nightly basis, you'll be bumping elbows with individuals from all walks of life. It's also without saying that they really have no space to repeat or harbor negativity against other cultures due to the dark Nazi past of Germany, and it seems that they make a concerted effort not to do so.
4 Krakow, Poland
I don't know what took me so long to discover Poland, but I did (thank you, Busabout!) at last, and I loved it every minute. As you pass them on the street, not only do the Polish people stop and smile at you, but you can sense their warmth and true gratitude for being there in their expressions. Although the simple Polish language words are a challenge to learn, they will smile at your attempts and, with their very high levels of English, will meet you more than halfway. I told a few Aussies how cute it was when elderly people saw me, took a double-take, and looked so surprised. And almost on cue, a lady passed by and did just what I was describing, and my Aussie friend couldn't stop laughing.
Budva is a town at the end of how much black skin can be admired abroad, but not as extreme as Italy, which, LOL, you can read exactly what I'm talking about here.
But in Budva, you're not just accepted, you're practically celebrated, as you're seen as a celebrity as one restaurant owner admitted that they get approximately two black tourists a year, and I'm sure that's an exaggeration, as you're constantly mistaken for a famous black celebrity or actress, restaurant owners will invite you to try their main dishes, bar owners will lavish you with drinks on
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