Vacation is often too short. As I say goodbye to the island, I will remember the fond memories I have here.
Delicious seafood, beautiful ocean view, cozy bedroom, clean and warm seawater, fireflies and boat ride in the dark, snorkeling and corals and little fish, friendly and happy staffs, being among complete strangers, eating in swim trunks, kayaking in the clear sea, and being in peace and quiet.
You don’t have to wait till you are sixty to retire and do things you love to do. Take vacation throughout the years. Make them count by detaching yourself from work and responsibilities. I had a good time. No phone calls, no meetings, no assignments. These three days away from everything was a wonderful mini retirement.