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Where is the best place to take a 1 week vacation. (AND when is the best time to go there?)

It is decided. As a shared News Years Resolution, Seen and I have decided to “go somewhere”. We’ve never actually gone anywhere as tourists. Well, we went to Hawaii once, but shared that vacation with 3 other people, so we didn’t get to be as tourist-y as we could. This year, we will get our passports and head out into the world. Do you have any suggestions? What was your fav. vacation (Favcation) and what time of year should we go? April in Paris? August in New Zealand, May in Yellowstone?

There are determining factors here, the first being an influx of income. The unemployment, which we are both on, isn’t exactly “traveling money”. It does allow for a LOT of time for travel. I am optimistically thinking his new creative venture will explode and we’ll have lots of clams for moving around the world.

Secondly is; some guy just put explosive in his underpants and made travel a tad more difficult for the rest of us. Thank goodness nobody got hurt this time. Restrictions and security is now tighter/longer/harder (stop it, this is a family friendly blog.) Since we are not criminals, I think we’ll just add an hour here and there to the schedule and should be able to weather that difficulty.

Thirdly is; other commitments/animal care. The year is planned out thusly so far (yes, all events require travel): Friday – Writers Conference on V-Day weekend (San Diego), March – I spend a week with my Mother Dear (CO), May – Niece graduates from grad. school weekend (SFO), June – another niece gets hitched (CO), I have moderate promises from 2 other nieces that they will visit me (come on down!!) So somewhere’s in there, we’ll sneak in a vacation for the stressed out, newly wealthy (fingers crossed) Robinsons.

Happy New Year friends! May all your travels and adventures this year be safe ones.

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  • I loved Fall — their spring — in New Zealand. A little nippy but wildly beautiful and I lost 5 lbs because almost every tourist attraction over there has you climbing something or jumping off of something. Also, the wine there is cheap and excellent. And the lamb is to die for. And it was cheap due to an awesome exchange rate. But that was back in 2000. Can't guarantee that now. If I could live anywhere, I'd live in New Zealand.

  • I loved Fall — their spring — in New Zealand. A little nippy but wildly beautiful and I lost 5 lbs because almost every tourist attraction over there has you climbing something or jumping off of something. Also, the wine there is cheap and excellent. And the lamb is to die for. And it was cheap due to an awesome exchange rate. But that was back in 2000. Can't guarantee that now. If I could live anywhere, I'd live in New Zealand.

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