Yesterday’s Indie 30 prompt was about where you’re going in 2012.
This would’ve been a great time to announce that I’ve booked my ticket to Malaysia for February, but actually, I failed to do so last night. There was some problem with the website or something, so I wasn’t able to.
But I’m still planning a trip to Malaysia from February 11-25. I know I want to explore Kuala Lumpur a bit, head to Penang, check out Melaka, and dip into Singapore for a day or two. Langkawi was recommended to me so I’m considering it.
So far, though, we haven’t done much planning. Maybe we won’t do a lot. Mostly we want to eat and see cool stuff. My boyfriend really likes trying new fruit, so we’ll search for good fruit. Other than that… I don’t know.
I would love suggestions for (peninsular) Malaysia and Singapore!
I’m sure I’ll go other places in 2012 too, but we haven’t gotten there yet, because they’ll be in August or later. I’m hoping to have some exciting announcements about it in the next several months or so.
I’d also like to take this, the last day of Indie 30, to reflect on the past month. I really enjoyed participating in the 30 Days of Indie Travel. The prompts didn’t go up until about 5 or 6 PM local time here in Korea so usually, I was a day late with them according to my time zone. But I managed to write something for every post!
It was great to have inspiration and motivation to write something new every day (even if I didn’t love every prompt). It’s going to take a lot of self-discipline to keep up that momentum. But I want to try.
Something that this project made me realize was that I don’t want my blog to be a place where I just talk about Korea. Of course, I will write about my Korean adventures (I have a lot of catching up to do!) but I also want to pull travel memories from further back and write about them. I want to write about everything, and have helpful guide-type posts. So thanks, BootsnAll, for hosting a project that really help me realize what I want my blog to be – not to mention it was a lot of fun!