Oh i didn't realize that Argentina isn't until next year -- it is nice though that things are spaced out because gives you something to look forward too!! and well, money! haha!
I am way to much of a planner to book last minute but I know some people who get SMOKING deals, maybe I have to try to let go
This will be my 6th time to Vegas. I LOVE it there and truth be told, it was my #1 destination for our wedding. You will have a wicked time!!! Do you know where you are staying yet? When we booked we thought we would be getting a house so needed to save ++ money -- so we booked something cheaper which ended up being the Flamingo. I have been there and liked it, so i am not concerned but otherwise I may have done something like the Wynn hahaha!!!!
Shawn is worried Vietnam is too much out of my comfort zone but if we don't stay at hostels I think I will be ok! and I said I don't want to squat above a hole in the wrong to use the facilities LOL!!!! Cuba with no toilet seats was hard enough!
we're leaving on December 26, so technically it is this year haha, but since we're taking about 3 weeks to go they probably won't give us any more vacation at work. So other than a couple of days here or there we won't do anything crazy.
I'm totally a planner and I love to plan the whole itinerary, etc. but once in a while I like to wing it hahah. We just thought it would be super exciting to do that .
I don't even know what hotel we're going to because I didn't plan this trip. One of my friends' parents has a time share there so we paid $140 each for the whole week and from what they told me it's a very nice hotel, so that's all I need to know . There's 8 of us I'm so stocked! I had looked at the flamenco once when we were planning to go with Juan for a few days
If you go to Vietnam, is there any way you can rent an apartment or anything like that? It might be totally different there, but when my mom went to Europe with her friend, they rented an apartment in Amsterdam and in Paris and then just kind of traveled around. It's still cheaper than a hotel, but not quite a hostel . Bathrooms overseas can be very strange and kind of awkward haha. I've only seen the holes once. When I was a kid we used to go to this huge park that had a public swimming pool and the washrooms were basically these holes with two things on the side for you to step on haha. It was scary when I was little but now that I think about it, I guess it's better than "sitting" on public toilet seats, or I should say, hovering over public toilet seats hahah. For me the deal breaker is usually the shared showers ahaha.