Archive for November 1, 2018
You have been scrimping and saving for the last 18 months. In an effort to celebrate your 30th wedding anniversary and the high school graduation of your younger daughter and the college graduation of your younger daughter, your family decided to travel to the Greek Island of Santorini. This major trip was not approached lightly. You have eaten more home cooked meals than expensive restaurant dinners; you have told your daughters that if they want that second pair of athletic shoes then they need to buy them with their own money; you have even driven the family mini van for 18 months longer than you planned. To the girls, however, the biggest sacrifice has been strictly adhering to a no gift year. No birthday gifts and no Christmas presents.
Because you have successfully budgeted and purchased the round trip airline tickets for the trip from the U.S. to Snatorini, however, you have planned one little surprise for Christmas. You have gathered all of the best travel books and brochur