is 3 holidays in a summer too many??

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Im 19 going on 20 in sept and currently into uni. I've been saving since i started and have quite a bit . Next year (as long as covid stays away!)im planning on going malta (in June) for 5 nights, benidorm (July) 5 nights and tenerife (September for my birthday) for maybe a week. My parents will be paying for the tenerife holiday. Do you think this is too much to do in one summer?? Thanks!
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Yeah because vacations in university are meant to be used for studying instead of flying everywhere. My teacher said that so dont attack me.
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Yeah because vacations in university are meant to be used for studying instead of flying everywhere. My teacher said that so dont attack me.
okay lol. i think i just have the travel bug aha.
What if i went to malta right at the start of summer break and benidorm at the end of sept when we are about to go back. I would have plenty of time to study in between surely?
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That sounds what like lots of young people do. I wouldn’t say it’s excessive at all.
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No of course not! Plus you're only planning on going for what, 17 days? Thats really not a lot! Hopefully COVID clears up by then and you can go to these places
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okay lol. i think i just have the travel bug aha.
What if i went to malta right at the start of summer break and benidorm at the end of sept when we are about to go back. I would have plenty of time to study in between surely?
Yeah go ahead as long as you dont do zero studying then you should be fine because whilst you want to enjoy yourself you dont want to spend the first semester learning old stuff again.
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Go for it
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Im 19 going on 20 in sept and currently into uni. I've been saving since i started and have quite a bit . Next year (as long as covid stays away!)im planning on going malta (in June) for 5 nights, benidorm (July) 5 nights and tenerife (September for my birthday) for maybe a week. My parents will be paying for the tenerife holiday. Do you think this is too much to do in one summer?? Thanks!
go for it, but maybe do a bit of studying when you are not on holiday.
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