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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. I would love to try these 4 unique experiences in Samoa.
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.