Yes, I do. How many people do you know that have traveled to 88 countries? I have. The wonderful part of travel is not only to see the world famous sites, but to meet people from around the world. It's a very enriching experience, and I wouldn't have it any other way. How many people do you know that flew to Mt Everest, dipped their feet in the Dead Sea, visited both the northernmost and southernmost cities of the world, visited Iceland, Antarctica (Esperanza Base), Russia, China, Japan, Singapore, England, Ireland, Scotland, France, Poland, Germany, Egypt, Turkey, Morocco, Tunisia, Argentina, Peru, Mexico, Cuba, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, etc., etc., and have friends in those countries? I met Bob Brodsky, rocket scientist, on one of my cruise on the Mexican coast, and we kept in touch until his passing last year. He designed the aerodynamics on the atom bombs I worked with in the US Air Force back in the late 1950's. Dan Piel was an executive of an advertising company in NYC, and I met him on a South African safari. After we returned, he sent me an oil painting as a gift, which now hangs in our front entrance hallway. He was professor of graphic arts at Cal Poly in CA. I had lunch with Transportation Secretary, Norm Mineta, at the nation's capital. My older brother is an Attorney, and was one of the top attorney working with the CA State Social Services Department. My younger brother is a Physician (eye doctor), and he served 2 terms in the CA State Legislature, and served as Mayor of his city several times. My sister is an RN. Her oldest son is now finishing two years in Bhutan where he spent the time to train doctors in emergency care in Thimphu. I know the owner of a travel company in Thimphu, Tshetem, who owns a travel company, and asked him to contact my nephew at the hospital to give him some information. Her younger son is a Dentist in Ohio, and her daughter has a PhD in Chemistry. My wife and I are traveling to Hawaii on the 24th to spend a week at my nephew's condo in Honolulu with my sister and her husband. I think life has been pretty good for me and my family, because after WWII, we were very poor. Our mother raised four children by herself, and we lived with the support of social welfare. Our oldest graduated summa cum laude, and our younger son magna cum laude. Not bad for a poor family, if I say so myself. As for me, I was Audit Manager at Florsheim Shoe Company in Chicago, and also did small business consulting. Was able to retire early; first one in our family although I was the last to earn a college degree.