Got the tickets, we are going. That's for sure.
I don't like planning trips, it just doesnt come out for me. There will be a plan, very approximate, with "must see" points, but the rest should flow. The experience shows that in travelling as in life as well, it is good to have certain milestones of what you want to see and do, but if you stick too much to the plan, you can miss a good deal of superinteresting things on the way. The best adventures i've had were always starting with "what if we turn here?" so now again we'll take our chances.
It's time. Same places, same roles, same masks, same talks, just different faces that already seem the same as well. It's insane, but my heart starts beating faster if among all that artificial picture i see the bright eyes full of life and hear different types of questions. It doesnt happen that often, but when it does the conversation goes into different direction from "how much do people earn here? where can i buy tequila? they promised us VIP service!" topics.
In the end travelling and tourism are two totally different things and I guess I prefer the first one.
The time is now.