I’m sure I wrote something a little while ago about cutting down on long-haul flights – but I’ve just been subjected to a positive barrage of invitations that I’ve found hard to resist. So my international travel itinerary for the future is starting to look like it might be a little busy. Probable highlights:
I’m aiming to take a short city-break in Moscow in May, and I’ll be stopping off with the people at Innova to spend a day talking about Oracle.
I’ve volunteered to take part in the southern leg of the “LA OTN” tour in August – aiming to visit Chile 01/08, Peru 03/08, Uruguay 06/08, Argentina 08/08, and Brazil 10/08 – flying home just in time for my son’s 21st birthday.
Then, in late October, I have an invitation to spend a couple of days in Beijing presenting at the All China Oracle User Group conference.
And if I manage to complete all that lot I think that will take my list of countries visited up to 60. Who knows, I may even find a couple more photos to publish in my “Travelogue” series.