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“No man needs a vacation so much as the person who has just had one.” — Elbert Hubbard.
Wondering where to vacation?
Does Justin Bieber have a dream vacation spot? And what about you? Where is your dream vacation — where are you heading in 2013 and 2014?
It’s tricky sometimes, trying to work out where to go. Of course there’s always the close your eyes, spin a globe technique where you let your finger land on a continent somewhere. But that’s for wimps. Here at Calendar To Print we like to plan our adventures with a little more detail.
Like, for example:
Vacation factors to consider
1. Money factor – how much cashola you have available loaded into the Amex or Cash Passport card (those cash passport cards sure do come in handy!)
2. Favorite time of year - I mean, if it’s freezing where you are maybe you want to hit a hot climate. And vice versa. Or the airline had a tempting offer on sale (a frenetic Friday Frenzy) so you grabbed it, dictating when you travel, end of story.
3. Beach, mountain or nature? — Beaches are boring, unless you want to hit the oceans with snorkel and scuba. Go on, explore remote coves, shipwrecked treasure and get some salt on your skin. Beaches could mean a chance run-in with Justin Bieber segway-ing on Venice Beach too. That would be surreal.
4. Friends overseas – This one takes the friendship cake. Local knowledge always remedies a situation. They’ll know where to hang, best cafes, places to stay that don’t cost the earth. No need to stay with them the entire time, but stop in on your way. They’ll advise some great places to visit beyond the obvious must-see-tourist-areas.
Choose your own schedule
Can’t really promise it’ll all work out shiny and clean with breathtaking views like the “perfect vacation” but our 2014 calendar blanks will still help you plan out some groovy stuff to do when 2014 rocks up.
That’s the thing though – you got to plan ahead – especially when buying that airline ticket.
If you’re not sure when to depart (who knows what the future will bring anyway right?) then just pencil in a vacation 6 months down the track.
You’ll absorb the vacation into your life agenda – it might even be an adventure that’s beyond your wildest dreams.
All adventures pretty much are anyway, right?
See you at Venice Beach with Justin Bieber then?
“A vacation is having nothing to do and all day to do it in.”
— Robert Orben.