File this under poignant moments evoked during trips. While away this week, I learned my girlfriend Susan lost her brother, Stephen. A sweet, smiling guy he was, among those plus five or ten siblings in our supersize Catholic families. No loss is easy, but it’s especially tough with brothers and sisters. Susan Chaffee was myContinue reading “Personal Ramblings: Friends and Brothers”
Without question, Covid recovery travel is in full swing with European focus in the forefront. Bookings are up, as is pricing.
… get off the sidelines and plan a trip! Waiting may be expensive. Airfares are rising along with hotels experiencing higher costs for labor and goods. With proper planning and professional assistance, there’s a trip for most reasonable budgets.
I enthusiastically promote my reliable mantra of book now, fly later. Get that dream trip under deposit. Think outside comfort zones for a refreshing change of scenery ~ Galapagos, Antarctica, Peru, The Maldives. What are we waiting for?
Ever optimistic, I say opportunities arise from obstacles.