Hi! I'm Nadia Ramanauskas, better known as @nahdika, creator of the blog One More Destination. I've moved to London in 2009, at the age of 20, alone, couldn't speak a word of English, without money and without a job. The plan was to study and work for a year, but I never went back to Brazil.
I have currently lived here in London for over 12 years and in that time I had my passport stamped in 41 countries out of 4 continents. Travelling is my passion. Although I have already been to all these places, I know there is so much more to discover.
Here on this blog I share all my tips for visiting London and my adventures around the world. My main goal is to help other travellers to experience London as a 'Londoner' and discover all travel tips about the countries I've been to for those who, like me, are always in search of One More Destination.
Number of Countries: 41 out of 198
Number of Continents: 4 out of 7
This is an interactive map of all the countries I've already visited. Click on any country coloured in green to check the articles published on the blog or here to find the full index of visited destinations.
Vietnam is a country full of natural beauty. It has its huge rivers that cut through the country, enigmatic caves, incredible rock formations, beautiful mountains and much more. But it doesn't stop there. On top of that, here lies the stunning Ha Long Bay. In today's post I will tell you... Continue reading Cruzeiro na Ha Long Bay: meu roteiro de 2 dias completo!
The British Museum is one of the most visited attractions in the UK with a permanent collection of over 8 million items spanning over 2 million years of human history. As well as being the oldest national museum in the world it is also the largest museum in the UK... Continue reading Museu Britânico em um dia: 10 principais destaques do museu
Fez was the last stop on my 10-day road trip through Morocco. I had already explored the souks of Marrakech, walked through the historic kasbah of Ait Benhaddou, admired an oasis of palm trees in the Dades Valley, visited an animal market in Rissani, rode a camel in the Desert of... Continue reading Fez, a capital espiritual do Marrocos
How could I have lived for 12 years in London and never even considered reading a guide to this city, which is one of the most incredible cities in the world? Maybe I never thought of reading this guide because nowadays with the internet we can find all the information we need... Continue reading Lonely Planet London: guia completo de Londres para turistas e moradores
You know those hidden places in the middle of nowhere that you'd never know existed if it wasn't for the power of social media? Well, that's how we found out that in a little town called Haywards Heath there was one of those historic buildings that you have to see up close to believe. I'm talking about the Ouse Valley Viaduct... Continue reading Haywards Heath, conhecendo o viaduto do vale Ouse que viralizou no instagram
It was during the coronavirus pandemic that for the first time in my life I found myself "stuck" in London, unable to travel to another country or even plan short weekend trips to the countryside. The rule was (I mean, it still is very clear): you must stay at home! So staying at home was what... Continue reading London: The Biography – 2000 anos da história de Londres por Peter Ackroyd
When my birthday date comes around, you can be sure to find me planning a trip. That is always my gift to myself. In the case of this trip to Scotland, I had about 4 days holiday to take from work but money was tight. I kept looking for places here in... Continue reading Edimburgo, roteiro de 3 dias na capital da Escócia
They say that New Delhi is one of the oldest cities in the world, along with Jerusalem and Varanasi. But before showing you everything there is to do and see in this wonderful city, I will tell you how my love for India began and why I decided to come here. New Delhi is a city that is part of the... Continue reading Nova Deli, roteiro de 3 dias na incrível capital da Índia
If I had to choose an European city that is romantic, charming and full of history, Bruges would be at the top of my list. So much that I've already visited it twice and can't wait to go again. In today's post I will tell you how it was... Continue reading 1 dia em Bruges: dicas de viagem, principais atrações e mais!
A while ago I was on holiday in the Slovakian countryside when I discovered that I was very close to the Polish border. And on the other side of the border there was a small tourist town high up in the Tatras Mountains. The name of this little town is Zakopane, it is known to be the winter capital of... Continue reading Zakopane, a capital de inverno da Polônia (no verão)
Contrary to what many people think and despite being the most visited destination, Marrakech is not the capital of Morocco. No doubt it is one of the most fascinating places in the world, for its culture, its cuisine, its architecture and its people. In today's post I share with you all the details of my itinerary... Continue reading 3 dias em Marraquexe: dicas de viagem, atrações, restaurantes e mais!
I arrived in Singapore dying to take a dip in that wonderful infinity pool at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. I imagined myself drinking a cocktail on one of the most famous and photographed terraces in the world. Then I remembered that I was backpacking through Asia and that my budget didn't include 300 pounds for 1 day accommodation... Continue reading Mochilão em Singapura: conhecendo o país com pouco dinheiro