|Visiting Monte Sacro above |
Orta San Giulio, Italy
Who is good company?
It seems obvious, I know, yet many of my clients don't give it any thought and they end up having disappointing holidays. If you are someone who likes browsing around shops and markets, long lunches, afternoon naps or reading, cocktails and dinner at a harbour-side restaurant, it would be unwise [even if this describes your partner] to plan a holiday with someone who likes cycling or fell walking for hours on end, who greets a downpour as an excuse to try out their new cagoule, and wants to end the day with a huge meal and several pints at a pub.
|Experiencing the pleasure of a cream-filled choux pastry|
in Hampshire with my friend Ms Toni
Remember - everything you do will be more enjoyable [or more bearable] if you are sharing it with the right friends.
|On the beach at Hastings with my friends [left to right] Roy, Anthony, |
me and Penny in our new sunhats
|Sharing coffee and 'kaka' in Stockholm with my friend Mr Per|
Tierra by Vicente Amigo