Here's the low down: at Paradigm, a group goes on educational tours once a year. This year they're going to England for a fortnight and then to Paris for a couple days. I'm supremely jealous because I want to travel! Like my literary counterpart, I ache to explore Europe and old edifices from the past.
I'm having a hard time deciding what I want to do. Next spring they're going to Italy and Greece, which I've heard is a gorgeous tour, and the weather is supposed to be divine. It's roughly $2400, not including passports and spending money.
On the other hand, the year after that they're going to England during the summer. I've always wanted to go to England and see Bath and London and Stratford upon Avon. It's $3600, not including passports and spending money.
I think I want to go to Italy next spring with my Paradigm comrades, and then go to England for a study abroad program in college. I wish I could do both trips, but I need to save money for college. Plus, if I saved $2400 for the Italy trip, I'd need to make $3600 for the England trip the very next summer, and I'd have to get three jobs to do that.
Anyway, I'm an indecisive person like nobody would believe, so please give your input! Also, if anyone has any ideas of how I can make some extra moola, that would also be appreciated.