Planning An Extended Excursion Once This Is All Over….

Good morning everyone, today’s post is a travel one. Sooner or later the pandemic will be over. We’ll look back on this with a mixture of sorrow, glee, and trepidation. We’ll know to be more careful of our mental health, and enjoy the small things like having the freedom to go outside. But we can celebrate regaining our freedom by going on an extended excursion. Going for a long adventure somewhere is just the medicine the doctor ordered. Planning to go on a long holiday or travel experience is hard but exciting. So why not start planning with the most important points so you can fill out the blanks regarding the finer details.


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The route

Try and plan out your route if you are planning on visiting more than two countries. It’s going to be crucial for your budget and air travel experience. You can do this online but it’s best to do this on an app to make life easier. Consider the convenience of air mileage as mentioned before. But also, consider how far you wish to travel from home. Do you want to stick to the continent, or go to another part of the world at the end of your route?


The firepower

Every single trip has to have a lot of firepower behind it. We are of course talking about money! When you have enough cash it sure does make things a lot more easier. However on the other hand you could consider any of these homeowner loans from Evolution Money whereby you can borrow a loan which can be between £5,000 and £50,000. The spread of the payments can be between 1 year to 20 years. This gives you ample time to make the payments and worry only about what you’re going to be spending the money on when you travel the world.


Have a purpose

What is the reason for visiting a country, is it because you want go for a relaxing break? Maybe you want to go because you want a beach holiday and enjoy the sunshine. Or maybe you want to climb a snowy mountain? Well, they have those in France, Nepal and Russia. Do you want to explore an ancient civilisation? There’s Greece, Egypt, Mexico, etc. Have a purpose for your trip.


Book now

It’s important to start planning a head if you want a really good price. Rest assured you won’t be the only ones planning to jet set once this blows over. Businesses are expecting a flood of customers who want hotel rooms, accommodation, restaurant bookings, etc. So make sure you are booking well in advance so as not to be disappointed.

The route is very important, next to the budget and money of course. Planning ahead is also crucial for traveling far and wide, so make sure to research those countries on the list you are intending to visit. Make your vacation the most special one that you could ever hope to have. So start planning now for post-pandemic life!



  1. December 16, 2020 / 3:45 pm

    These are all great tips for planning ahead! I’m very much looking forward to when things are safer to be able to travel!

    Make Life Marvelous

  2. jodie filogomo
    December 16, 2020 / 6:31 pm

    It will be wonderful to get traveling again. I almost think the planning is the best part…it’s all about the dreams and ideas. Well, of course until you get there and taste the delicious food and see the fabulous sights in person!!

  3. December 16, 2020 / 8:49 pm

    It’s going to be so great to travel again! I’m a bit afraid to plan or book anything just yet through!

    Corinne x

  4. December 17, 2020 / 6:15 am

    I think this is such a helpful post for travelling! It’s really nice to see.

  5. December 17, 2020 / 6:09 pm

    I often wonder how we will look back on these extraordinary times. I’m certainly looking forward to freedom again, although I’m sure it will only come gradually, and we’ll have to adjust as much as we had to when the pandemic started earlier this year. Cannot wait to travel and explore again, though. xxx

  6. December 24, 2020 / 1:08 am

    If all goes well, I’ll be headed to Canada for exchange in fall 2021! I’ve already started talking to my friends about plans for pre and post trips around North America. Fingers crossed!

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