2017 Travel Resolutions


  1. Kate says:

    Great goals – wishing you all the best in 2017!

    Kate | http://www.petiteadventures.org/

  2. veena says:

    These sound like great travel goals for the year! Good luck crossing them off! And I say yay to the wedding in Italy, because you never know when the opportunity might arise again.

    This year I am taking my parents on an anniversary trip to the UK to visit the places they lived in the 70s, and I am hoping for a visit to Edinburgh for some Fringe Festival activities and for a little jaunt to Austria to visit a few friends I’ve not seen in far too long. Closer to home, I want to visit somewhere new in the States [currently thinking Savannah?], and I also want to get out and about more in Memphis — so much has changed in the years since I last lived here, and I want to explore as many of the new restaurants and museums and festivals as I can.

    Happy 2017! 🙂 xxx

  3. Sue FitzGerald says:

    Have you been into Myanmar yet? Thinking of heading back to Chiang Mai again this year to see some of the many things we missed the first time and thinking of heading over for a few days to see it before it becomes a big tourist destination.

  4. Although you may have not completed your 2016 resolutions, looking back you had a truly inspiring year, and this year sounds even better!

    I am keen to hear more about the Yoga escape.

    As for the Italian Wedding… That sounds like a dream!

  5. Mark Demianew says:

    Hey Alana – your 2016 sounds a lot like mine though I spent the entire year in the US with travel misses and a few hits which came with their share of wobbles, but all in all it was a good year and I lived to talk about it:).
    Regarding your goal of a left coast tour in 2017 I can HIGHLY recommend Highway 101 starting in Olympia Washington making the loop around the Olympic peninsula and down the Oregon coast and then Highway 1 (the legendary Pacific Coast Highway) down the coast of California. I’ve done it several times and loved it more each time. I’d recommend you plan a minimum of two weeks for the trip but a month would be much more interesting allowing time for side trips into the coastal ranges that are so amazing. And if you intend to begin and end your trip in Seattle and have time for another week or two on the road I HIGHLY recommend returning north via US Highway 395 which runs along the eastern edge of the Sierra Nevada’s and Cascades and is true western US.
    Whatever you do I’m sure you’ll have fun and I’ll enjoy reading about it.

  6. Justine says:

    Haha, I’m going to Italy for a wedding in April. It’s a bit expensive and impractical for me too. But considering I’m the maid of honor I don’t have much choice. That being said I am beyond excited for the wedding. And traveling to a country that’s outside of Asia is an added bonus. It’s such a rarity for me these days. Come to think of it it’s been 10 years since I’ve set food in Europe. Anyway, maybe I’ll see you in Italy 😉

  7. Chloe thijm says:

    Have you been to Phuket yet? I’ve just moved here, your blog was a huge source of help for packing and things like that!
    Its amazing and so beautiful here. If you haven’t visited this part of Thailand Its worth a visit!

    • Alana Morgan says:

      I actually had never been to Phuket until last year and then I went three times in 6 months! I still haven’t seen much of the island though…it’s so big!

  8. Elaine says:

    Best of luck on your 2017 travel goals … I have some ambitious plans myself!

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