The final countdown is officially on and I’m going on my first ever trip to North America in just over two weeks!
As you can imagine I’m extremely excited and I’m also very busy during this time – February has been the busiest month for me. I flew to Auckland twice, spent a week in Tauranga and my best friend is coming to stay for a week soon.
All of this while organising my big trip and searching for work in each place has unfortunately left writing for my blog in the backseat.
But I thought I could at least update you a bit before I go away and tell you what I have coming up for my next big travel adventures, including goals for each place.
Here is a map of everywhere I’m going to over the space of four weeks in March and April:
– Get a photo with the LV sign
– See the amazing skyline from the river
– Parc Omega
– Stay for the weekend in Quebec City (unconfirmed)
– Learn some Canadian history
• Saturday 31 – Wednesday 4 April (4 nights):
– Drinking cocktails by the pool
– Drink Butterbeer!
– Go on the Incredible Hulk rollercoaster
– Relax before your long flight home
I am flying home via Houston, Texas where I have an 8-hour layover, so I’m not quite sure yet if it’s worth venturing out or if I will just stay put in the airport and catch up on some work.
At that is basically my trip in a nutshell! I know it’s a lot of places jam-packed into four weeks but I really wanted to make the most of my first time there and tick off everywhere that I’ve dreamed about for so many years.
It should be an absolutely amazing trip. Two countries, nine states (ten if I pop over to New Jersey), nine flights in total, two buses and 7 jobs lined up (so far).
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Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoyed a little glimpse into my trip.
Please let me know in the comments if you have any advice for me at all and any recommendations for things to do and best places to eat if you have them for anywhere I’m going to! I would really appreciate it.
If I have time I am hoping to write up a packing list like the one I wrote for Southeast Asia. Packing this time will be a bit trickier as I’m going to places where it could be still very cold on the tail-end of winter (Chicago, Ottawa, New York) and places where it will be a lot warmer (Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Florida). I like to travel super light so layering will be key!
Stay tuned for plenty of North America blog posts too!
*This post contains images that are not my own.