Travel Dreams – Future Destinations

Where would you go if you could choose anywhere in the world? What are your possible future destinations?

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As always I have been well for three months after I arrived back in Munich. Now my wanderlust is back!

Possible destinations on my list include:

  • Canada

Canada has been on my bucket list for a while now. It’s close enough to the US so that I could do a short stopover and see some friends. I also always wanted to combine a trip through its beautiful nature with a tour of the cities Vancouver, Toronto, Montréal and Québéc. Canada sounds like an awesome mix of nature and city sightseeing for me. I even read about taking a train from one end to another, with some stop overs of course!

  • Japan

I’m the girl who always said that she never wanted to go to Japan. I simply wasn’t interested for a very long time. Now, after sharing an office for over a year with my colleague, my opinion slowly changes and I’m becoming more and more interested. Look at her blog and you’ll know why! The language barrier still scares me a bit – as well as my total ignorance of Japanese culture and history. I should maybe start reading up on that before I even think about going!

  • New Zealand

Most people dream about going to Australia once in their life. For me, this is New Zealand. I’ve been reading books set in New Zealand when I was younger and I’d love to see it for myself now. Plus, as far as I know, New Zealand has no poisonous animals! I’m very much scared of snakes and spiders – one of my must-do’s before each trip is to read up what could kill me – so I’d be probably more relaxed.

  • South East Asia

Been there, done that, one could say. But then South East Asia is so much larger than I ever imagined. I have been to Thailand and Malaysia for a month each and it has been great. It’s cheap, so a perfect for backpacking and being on a budget, the food is amazing and you are able to find your own mixture of traveling and relaxing on one of the many beaches. I’d probably try to go to Vietnam next time or Cambodia! What do you guys think?

Which one would you choose if you had to? I’m trusting my luck and will keep my eyes open for any cheap flights. It’s still a long time until 2018 when I’ll hopefully be free to wander anywhere I want, without a PhD thesis sitting on my back. It’s also nice to dream and research for places whenever I get frustrated or bored at my desk.

Stay tuned for any updates!

E.

4 thoughts on “Travel Dreams – Future Destinations

  1. Anisa says:

    New Zealand is high on my list too, its just so far. I also really want to go to Iceland and Croatia. So many places, wish there was more time!

    • Eva says:

      Hi Anisa! Yes, New Zealand is so far away which makes it hard for me to plan something… Iceland would be so
      much closer, I’d love to see the Northern Lights!

  2. Anja Ben says:

    Hi Eva!

    If you get the chance to visit Japan, do that! I can’t even begin to number things I liked about Japan, it’s just one of the most amazing places I’ve been to. And regarding the language barrier, the Japanese are so very friendly and helpful that even when they don’t speak English, they try their best to communicate. 🙂
    My wishlist for next year would be Iceland, Denmark, Finland (probably only one of those because of a)budget b)free time), London and Torino.
    Happy travels!

    • Eva says:

      Hi Anja! Thanks for the nice comment, it’s good to hear that somehow communication will work out fine. After mostly traveling in the US, I’m a bit spoiled because I never had any problems there. Denmark and Finland sound awesome as well! I always wanted to do a tour of Scandinavia! I have never been to Torino, I’m sure it’s lovely as is Italy in general!

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