When this pandemic is over – and yes, that’s a hopeful, hands-clasped, please-make-it-happen "when" – and we emerge blinking from our homes, lugging hastily-stuffed backpacks with us, where will you visit first?
Perhaps you've been scrolling through photos of the cherry blossoms in Japan? Or circling some way-too-cool bars in a New York City guidebook? Maybe you've been waking in the night, sticky with sweat, following another Cinque Terre fever dream?
Not me. There will be no torn-and-tanned bucket list to unfurl from my pocket; no best-rated restaurants to book. Instead, I’ll visit lesser-known destinations where I’m likely to be asked: "What are you doing here?" Here’s why.