Travel plans upon graduation

I will complete my master’s programme in November 2018. I have plans to go to Bali at the end of this year, just in time after completing my studies. That itself is a cause for celebration. But what about next year?

Canada (British Columbia)

Huge trip with my trusty group of friends that went to Iceland with me a couple of years back. It’s gonna cost quite a lot for this trip alone. The timeframe for this trip is after May, when the weather is somewhat warmer and frost is about to melt, making way for beautiful hiking trails. Just hope that we don’t encounter any starving brown bears that just came out from a long winter hibernation. I am expecting 2 to 3 weeks for this trip. A roadtrip, much like the Iceland trip we went to. Expected budget is S$2000 to S$3000 flights included.

Egypt/ Morocco

Somewhere exotic. Either Egypt or Morocco with my colleagues. Total 4 of us. a road trip to Morocco. A somewhat guided tour around in and around Egypt. 10 to 14 days. I am betting on the front end of 10 days, sufficient for a one-country sightseeing trip. The expected budget will be $1500 to $2000 flights included.

New York City

Possibly Solo. I have set my sights to New York. See the musicals, plays, art galleries, museums and just plain ol’ city sightseeing. Central Park, World Trade Tower, Statue of Liberty, Queens, Lower Manhattan, subways, pizzas. I could go with a friend. But solo trip would be interesting. Perhaps, meet up with Vivien, or Saki up in Boston, a day or overnight trip there just to see see look look? I would expect to be there for 7 to 12 days depending on my itinerary. The expected budget will be S$1500, no more than $2000. Flights included.

Next year could be the year of travels. I need to start saving up.

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