Monday 27 November 2017

Where I want to travel in 2018

2017 has been an epic year in terms of travelling - I've been to some amazing places and seen some incredible things, made some brilliant memories and got some gorgeous pictures to look back on. Typically, I'm already planning where I want to go next year so I thought I'd make a bit of a list and share it with you - so here's where I want to travel in 2018.

pink building poznan
We've already got Lublin booked; we were meant to go here next month but it clashes with Sam's uni exams, so we've pushed it back until February. It's the ninth largest city in Poland and it has typically Polish colourful buildings and a river alongside gates and castles and trolleybuses which are similar to trams but aren't actually trams. I'm SO excited to go back to Poland and stock up on Ziaja skincare and pizza monster munch.

Something I really want to do in 2018 is go on an all-inclusive relaxing holiday - as much as I love exploring foreign cities and getting lost in busy towns, sometimes you need a week in the sun with cocktails on tap, a pool to jump into and a pile of books to read. We've looked at Mexico, Tenerife and Fuerteventura - all places with plenty of sunshine, and other offerings in case lying by the pool getting drunk is too boring (doubt it, but it's always good to have options). Holiday Gems and other similar sites are a lifeline when it comes to booking all-inclusive holidays, because you can keep an eye on who and where has the best deals and book accordingly - plus they do all the leg work!

We're hoping to be able to travel around a bit in the summer before ending up at Sam's parents cave house in Spain - it'll be hot and hectic but fingers crossed we'll be able to cram in as many places as possible in a short space of time. We've looked at heading to Morocco, then on to Ceuta and across to Spain itself; so much culture and sunshine and fun.

In terms of travelling within the U.K, something I want to do more of, I'm dying to go to Stonehenge - I don't know what it is, but I'm just so drawn to it. I hope to be back in London, too, and finally go to Scotland (to see Alana, Bekah, Laura and some other pals) and Ireland (for a wedding).

This sounds like a lot, and realistically it might not all happen - but a girl can dream (and save...) right?

This post was written in collaboration with Holiday Gems.

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