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Being busy, hardworking types we don’t often get a chance to go on holiday anymore. After having read a copy of Conde Nast Traveller USA we can say that we want to remedy that as soon as possible – we’ve got a serious case of wanderlust going on.
The age-old question, after settling on where to go (we prefer somewhere not too touristy, preferring instead to take the path less travelled), is for how long a holiday should last.
There are those who might stress the merits of the week: ‘It’s a classic period of time! Just long enough that you don’t miss anything important, and you don’t have to use up all your holiday allowance’ they’ll say, and in some respects they will be right. But we always think that, after a day or two settling down, and a day or two knowing that you are leaving soon, there’s not much actual holidaying to be had.
Some might suggest a month – this gets more into the territory of an ‘expedition’ than a holiday. There isn’t anything wrong with it per se, but you have to be rich enough to be able to afford it in the first place, and some of us simply don’t have the time.
A fortnight is getting closer, but we think that 10 days is the perfect holiday span. Long enough to lose yourself in the destination, but not so long that by the time you get back everyone has inexplicably grown a beard. NB