February: Cancun, Mexico
Yup, you read that right. I’m finally letting go of the planning reigns and doing an all-inclusive resort for the very first time. We’re using points to fly and stay there. Duh. (Less one night paid in cash, so I can earn some points). A couple of our pals were planning on going to Cancun and asked us if we wanted to go. They were looking at the Hyatt Zilaria, which is an adults-only Resort.
You only have to say, “adults-only,” once for me to say, “MARGARITA!” I mean, I love your kids, I swear. Just not when they are playing Marco Polo for the umpteenth time.
March, April or May: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The hubster has to take an exam in Philadelphia in order to graduate medical school. Much to his personality, he hasn’t planned when he’s taking it yet. Much to my personality, I want to know dates so I can see if I’m able to tag along. Go ahead, hubster. Take your exam. I’ll be over here high-fiving Ben Franklin and ringing The Liberty Bell.
We’ll see. Schedules have to permit.
Fun fact: I used to live in near Philly as a youngster.
June: Southeast Asia
Remember that trip we had to cancel? (I hope putting in on here doesn’t jinx it.) We’re going to try to do it again this year, but probably revamp the itinerary a bit. Even after I had to cancel, I felt we probably would have been too rushed on that trip and that notion sat with me for a while. Enough to make me rethink what we’d do with 2 weeks this time around.
I’m still debating about which countries to visit…stay tuned. Our flights there and back have been booked, using points of course!
July – beyond: No clue
The hubster will officially be a doctor after May. I can’t believe it. I mean, I can, he’s fucking smart. But it’s been one long, tough road. I’ve supported this guy as he busted his ass to go back to school, just so he could get into med school and then, you know, go through the rigors that happen in med school.
So, after this summer, there may not be much traveling going on except maybe to visit each other when he starts his emergency medicine residency. More on that later.
So, those are my travel plans. What do you think? Share yours!