Our last article described the “Best of” for 2022 to answer the question, what is your favorite place? The next most frequently asked question is what do you have planned next?
In life and roving retirement, you have to be flexible. After Diana got discharged from the hospital in Johannesburg, we spent another six days waiting for her to be “Fit-to-Fly” before returning to the US. One day during the wait, I took a ride on a sightseeing bus.
Our roving retirement hasn’t been without its mishaps. Any time you travel, you could need a doctor for a sprained ankle, a stomach bug, or in my case, major orthopedic surgery. This article describes some of our experiences.
Roving retirement and around the world travel can be unpredictable. Ours had more than our fair share of excitement including a Medivac trip in Africa. I am definitely going to count that flight as one of our many on this trip.