Island Hopping 2006, Groundhog Days

Sleeping Cat Amorgos Cyclades Greece

Because we are essentially creatures of habit, one of the reasons that this island-hopping holiday appealed to me was the chance to move on quickly and not get too settled in one place.

Because we are comfortable with that which is familiar it seems to me to be a feature of holidays that extend even beyond a few days that this inevitably happens and habit quickly creeps in. I call them groundhog-day holidays. It’s not long before every day we are going to the same shops, eating in the same restaurants and picking the same spot on the same beach and getting annoyed if someone has got there ahead of us.

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