And I usually don't. This year, an unexpected new furnace has cost as much as a trip to say, Bhutan, and a plethora of work meetings and commitments litter my calendar, coupled with a late fire season. But even in normal years, I usually don't plan too far ahead. On the ship to Antarctica, I discovered that many people had been planning this trip for years, and bought their tickets a year in advance. On the other hand, I bought mine a month before I went (and paid half price: sorry/not sorry). In fact, most of my trips have been, well, sort of accidental.
|Beautiful Patagonia. Go!!!|
|I loved Nepal|