I have a sister in Sri Lanka. I haven’t known her long, my family and she have never met, but we are sisters nonetheless. We met onboard one of the most beautiful train rides in the world. Here’s our story.
After ringing in the New Year a mile high, I began 2017 with an overly excited welcoming committee, a bus, train and moped ride to Sri Lanka's adored UNESCO city, and found the studly Stilt Fishermen (pretending to be) hard at work. Take a look - all in Black and White!
Miss Maps, Anika Mikkelson, is officially a published author! Miss Maps is entering new territory in the travel industry with a BRAND NEW MAGAZINE : SoloScapes - The Solo Traveler's Guide to the World is now available on several sites. Get ready to inspire the SOLO ESCAPE ARTIST in you!
I jump in, dive deep. Swim with turtles. Sip on salt water. I turn over, face the sun. It’s the same sun as the one on land. Here it feels different. This is the Magic of the Maldives.
Attractive for many reasons, I’d put it on my list of must-sees, only after spotting stripes in the Sundarbans. 12 cups of tea later, this Northwestern city fought hard for spot #1 of must-sees in Bangladesh. Here's why...
This was my main reason for visiting Western Bangladesh : to attempt to catch a glimpse of a real, wild Bengali Tiger. Just as I thought I was to leave without ‘that prized moment’, I seized an opportunity and...
After an overly welcoming welcome to Bangladesh, I hopped aboard the infamous Rocket Steamer en route to the Sundarbans. It was time to prove : there's nothing fresh air, rolling waves, and a good night's rest can't cure. Especially when in good company.
"Bring the World To the World" Such has been the motto of Miss Maps since its beginnings. Here are 200 photos of the world from 72 countries, each taken by Anika (Miss Maps) just for you!
Bangkok is more than a stepping stone from West to East - Here is the best of Bangkok in just 42 photographs. Click on a photo and swipe through to enjoy each shot up close.
When traveling to Liechtenstein, it was far more about the journey than the destination. Take a look, you’ll see!