Traveling with a plan has it’s advantages, first and foremost you will always know where you are supposed to be, what you are supposed to do, where you are going to be, and what you are going to be doing at any given point in time. Traveling with too rigid a plan, however, means that you are unable to take advantage of spontaneous opportunities and unplanned events, both those that are fun and exciting and those that, at the time, are annoying hassles. I have found that the perfect balance can be struck by having a general plan while figuring out the specifics of said plan no more than 48 hours in advance.
Month: May 2012
What with more fares to choose from than flavours of ice cream, hard-to-find price and timetable information and the difficulty booking the whole thing, taking the plane has become the default mode of travel, even in Europe with its pretty extensive network of railways. But if you’ve ever returned from holiday more exhausted than when you left you’ll know that sometimes the pressure to pack in a month’s experience into 2 weeks can take its toll.