Wednesday, May 31, 2017
As I see it, there are three groups of travellers: Young people who are seeing the world before they settle down, People on higher incomes who can afford to go overseas at least once a year and people on average incomes who can't afford to travel much but who save up for the BIG TRIP when they retire. And with the price of cruising way down, people in the latter category are finding that they can afford several trips instead of just one big one.
In my 30's I was getting good money as a university lecturer so I went overseas a lot and saw just about all I wanted to see. So these days I prefer the comforts of home to the hassle of travel.
But now that she has retired Anne is making up for lost time. She travels quite a lot both in Australia and overseas. She is at present on a guided tour through the Top End. She likes art galleries in particular so there is a picture of a happy Anne at Darwin Art Gallery below.
She looks like she has found an "Aboriginal" car door there. We both like Aboriginal art but there is no telling how much of it is actually done by Aborigines these days.