I found that the expression verb + "wo yaritai to omoimasu" means "I think I want to do" + verb, which makes sense to me.
However, I am not sure about the similar expression verb + "wo ikitai to omoimasu". "To omoimasu" is "I think", "-tai" tells me "I want", but "iku" is "to go". Is this giving some sense of future like the English expression "going to", or what?
When I tried to guess the meaning, assuming that it was like the English "going to", I got:
"I think I want to + "going to"
But I don't know how to translate it correctly. What is the meaning of the expression, is it "I think I'm going to do something"? Is it "I think I want to do something?" or is it something else?
What's the exact translation of the expression verb + "ikitai to omoimasu"?