Where will I be traveling now? While I’m saving up for my next big expedition abroad (14 months of full time travel was hard on the bank account/pocket) for next year, I’ll still be traveling. Now just not too far from home this time. So where will I be going you ask?
- Traveling within Canada
- Traveling within Atlantic Canada
- Traveling within the United States
- Traveling within my home province: New Brunswick
- Becoming a tourist within my own city
Just because I don’t have the instant gratification of bring able to travel “abroad”, doesn’t mean I can’t “travel”. Potentially, I could end up abroad in March 2015. I’m willing to wait for another big adventure! The wait will be worth it, just as the wait prior to my 14 months of full-time travel was worth it. Although it’s not always easy to wait, I’m willing to put in the effort to make my long term dreams come true–and that’s to travel abroad as often as I can, while completing new things in each destination that I visit.
The Marriam-Webster dictionary defines traveling as going on a trip or journey, to move from one place to another, to go through or over (a place) during a trip or journey, or to go to a place and especially one that is far away.
That could mean anything. That could be anywhere. I’ll still be doing that. I’m already traveling. In fact, I just recently had a weekend getaway in Nova Scotia over Thanksgiving weekend. I’ll be posting about that later.
My travel goals for the next 8 months include: traveling to a new place (hopefully many new places) regardless of what country its in, continue to complete items on my bucket list, revisit my favorite places within Atlantic Canada, travel to at least 3 different U.S. cities, travel within Canada (outside of Atlantic Canada), while showcasing New Brunswick on my blog (my home province).
Are you excited to see more about North America? Are you ready to read about my previous adventures abroad prior to my year off? I’m ready to share and I’m excited to continue traveling.