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You suddenly find yourself with two weeks off of work...

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  • Added on: April 6th, 2010
...for the first two weeks of May and you have a budget of $7,000 for those two weeks. What do you do? Where do you go?

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  • Added on: April 6th, 2010
Tough choice. I've got an Africa fixation at the moment, so I might take off for Namibia (particularly if you're unlikely to ever have more than two weeks at once).

Otherwise, that's easily enough money for a trip to Ecuador (indeed, my wife and I together spent about $7k on 3 weeks there, including flights from Canada, flights to the Galapagos, and a 4-day cruise), which would avoid jet lag issues. If you're looking for more familiar surroundings, maybe a couple weeks in Scotland?

$7k is enough to go almost anywhere in the world. Where catches your fancy?

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It looks like you're in Canada. That being the case I'd likely stick to the Americas just because it would eliminate losing any time to jetlag.

But, if I didn't stick to the Americas, with that budget it'd be Japan. Sumo is on in Tokyo, baseball is in season, there are a quite few festivals happening all over Japan, and the weather isn't too hot yet.

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  • Added on: April 10th, 2010
How about seeing the volcano erupting in Iceland? I really enjoyed Iceland and a volcano would definitely add to the experience.

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  • Added on: July 7th, 2010
so braxtozene - where did you end up going?

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  • Added on: July 9th, 2010
Two weeks and seven grand? I'd bring my girlfriend to Istanbul with me and wing it.

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  • Added on: August 28th, 2010
Two weeks and $7K? I don't think I have it in me to spend that much in two weeks. I'd be seriously torn to quit my job and run to another continent for a year! Oh, how I wish this dilemma was my own...



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