"Lydia ... never heard nor saw anything of which she chose to be insensible." --Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice
In summers past, Hannah and I left vacation planning completely to John. Those were the cold, drizzly vacations we spent in Sweden.
After those, Hannah and I insisted on somewhere warm. We can get cold and drizzly at home. John took pity on us and planned a trip to Italy. That is definitely the place to go if you want heat.
This year, he has really been pushing for Greece. His original plan was to land in Athens, look around a couple of days, and catch a ferry to Crete.
Hmm, I said, are you sure about that? What about the financial crisis?
Ah, it won't affect us.
What about the protests?
That's just the Greek way of letting off steam.
What about the deaths?
Um, maybe we'll just skip Athens and fly straight to Crete.
In the meanwhile, I have made a few more pertinent points regarding our finances and upcoming expenses (which do include travel for John), and I think Greece will have to wait for us.
But in other news, Greece has been overrun with frogs.