Which is good, because we're going to Hawaii on April 18.
Yeah, I know.
About a week ago as Alan was getting ready for work he mentioned us taking a quick trip to Mexico. I looked into our timeshare options and the only thing available was an all inclusive that would have cost as much as the same hotel + airfare on Expedia, so obviously that wasn't a good deal. I looked in to adults only all inclusive options in Riviera Maya and while some of them were great, it didn't seem prudent to spend over $3000 and 8 hours in transit for a four night trip. So I looked at what timeshares we had available in Hawaii and found a bunch of good options. After going back & forth, we requested the time off from our bosses this morning and this evening I booked the condo. It'll be a quick four-night trip, but should go a long way in decompressing from the stressful house selling saga we've been going through these past several months.
We've often talked about booking a last minute trip, but I'm a bit Type A and I'm definitely a planner, so we've never actually done it. Since we aren't really doing much planning this time around, we don't have any big expectations. We know which beaches we like to visit on the Big Island, and we know some things we'd like to try. Since we've been there a handful of times already, there's really no pressure to do any of the major touristy stuff. I'm thinking it'll be a nice break.