You Can Travel Around the World in 18 Days for Around $1,300

Honolulu and Paris and Singapore! Oh, my!

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You ready to pack your bags and hit the road? And the planes? And the boats? Well then here's a dream trip for you!

Flight deal site Airfare Spot (opens in new tab) has mapped out a vacation that'll cover 24,597 miles between November 14 and December 1, with six stops along the way. According to Thrillist (opens in new tab), here's what the trip will look like:

November 14: Depart New York's JFK for Paris
November 18: Depart Paris for Abu Dhabi
November 22: Depart Dubai for Singapore
November 24: Depart Singapore for Sydney
November 27: Depart Sydney for Honolulu
November 30: Depart Honolulu for New York

Phew! I'm getting tired just looking at that list, but full disclosure: I'm hella lazy.

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As Airfare Spot writes, "This travel is more for active people who do not want to spend a lot of time at one place, so we created the route with 2-3 days between flights, which is pretty much enough to have the idea of the country/city."

Another thing to keep in mind is that you're flying discount airlines, where there might be weird up-charges for things like water. I'm serious, this has happened to me. And don't forget to check the baggage fees! Some airlines charge for carry-on now because we are living in the dystopian future.

That said: LOOK AT ALL THOSE COUNTRIES; I WANT TO GO.

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Laura Beck
Laura Beck

I write on Fox’s THE GREAT NORTH. Before that, I wrote and edited for Cosmopolitan (opens in new tab) magazine and the Jezebel (opens in new tab) blog. My writing has also appeared in the New York Times, The New Yorker, Esquire, VICE, Marie Claire, McSweeney’s, California Sunday, BUST, Elle, Village Voice, Harper’s Bazaar, LA Weekly, Eater, Fast Company, Mic, Atlas Obscura, and more. I co-host/co-produce a comedy/storytelling (opens in new tab) show on the first Friday of every month at Stories in LA. I have a degree in Film and TV from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.