When I was young, my motto was, “It’s not fun if you can’t die.” It was luck rather than skill that I survived my youth. I still have a thirst for adventure, but now believe in informed risk taking and mitigation where possible.
Fortunately, I learned early in my career to maximize business travel and sleep when I got home. It seemed crazy to fly to a place I’d never been and sit in a conference room and then hotel room the entire trip.
For my first post, I thought it best to start at the beginning. It’s hard to travel if you don’t know where you are going. Great insights like this are why I’m called the Analytical Traveler. We will explore a methodology to aid in determining a vacation destination. This is particularly useful when multiple people are involved.