After a year of full-time work and minimal travel, I am very much looking forward to planning my adventures for 2018. This blog is an insight into the destinations that I plan on visiting in 2018.
Sri Lanka is booked for April this year and I can’t wait. I plan to spend some time in Ella, visiting tea plantations, Sigiriya, hiking Adams Peak, surfing at Arungum Bay and going on a safari. The most exciting part of the trip is that I am going with my best friend, YAY.
Something you may not know about me is the fact that I am an avid skier and snowboarder, which I picked up when I living in Canada for 2 years. It’s been over three years since I have been on the mountain and my soul missed it deeply. There was a stage where I never imagined living away from the mountains, so this year I would love to escape to New Zealand for a week of snowboarding and skiing. I still can’t decide which one I prefer.
The Solomon Islands
Towards the end of 2018, I will be setting off on a one-way ticket and plan to spend some time in paradise, potentially starting with the Solomon Islands.
Samoa may be my second stop on a one-way ticket. Judging from the photos I have seen of Samoa, I know I would love it. Lush Greenlands and tropical paradise in one.
Another tropical destination and one that isn’t so popular, yet. Finding places that other people aren’t as likely to go is what I’m all about.
I can guarantee this won’t be a quick stop in the Phillippines. I would love to spend a month or two exploring the islands and taking some time to wind back and appreciate the smaller things in life after a year and a half of being on the go.
I have always wanted to visit Africa and feel that sooner is better than later, so I would love to end my next long trip in Africa. Cape Town and Namibia are high on the list, and a safari too of course.