Tuesday, October 27, 2015

A reunion for the Travelife to Morocco. And about a dinner in Austria's best restaurant and a party for Yoko Ono in Tokyo.



Today I attended the first reunion of our Travelife to Morocco October 2015 group. What fun it was.

This must also be the fastest reunion in history, as I'd just returned last week from Morocco, and now here we were having a reunion.

Our Travelife to Morocco, October 2015 friends
with Felix, the wonderful GM of the Four Seasons Marrakech

Of course, the ladies were the most enthusiastic about having this reunion. This reunion began because we'd all been chatting like crazy on a common message thread on Facebook. There were so many messages, and many of them were coming in at 2 AM or 3 AM because so many people had returned home and not recovered from jet lag.

I usually keep my phone and iPad by my bedside table, but I've been putting it in my dressing room these days because it's pinging all night.

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THE REUNION BEFORE THE REUNION

Anyway, via this thread, we decided to have an impromptu get-together before an official reunion in three weeks so I could join one before I leave on my never-ending #Travelife.

Yes, I'm headed out in a few days to Taipei and to Tokyo, where I've got to attend a belated birthday dinner, host two more dinners at my Tokyo home for hedge fund managers visiting from Zurich and London, and attend a party for Yoko Ono.

Yes, it's a never-ending #Travelife and also a never-ending entertaining life. And I love it.

Partying like it's 1999 at the Palais Amani in Fes.
We booked out two beautiful riads in Fes just for our group.

DINNERS IN ISTANBUL, PRAGUE,
VIENNA AND BUDAPEST

I've also got two regional trips and two crossings halfway around the world before Christmas, so my next available block of free time is between Christmas and New Year's Eve. And today I've been so busy fixing up dinners in Istanbul, Prague, Budapest and Vienna. 

In Vienna, we're a large group and we're having dinner in Austria's best restaurant.

It was so fun to see so many people today. We all wore colourful outfits and reminisced about Morocco. The guys couldn't understand why we were getting together so soon, but we did anyway.

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WORKING HARD TO PAY FOR A TRAVELIFE

After the reunion, I sent a message to one of the guys in our group, saying: "You should've joined us today."

I was in the car when I sent this, and his response made me laugh out loud. He said: "I've got to work hard now to pay for the next Travelife..."

Over lunch, too, someone said: "This is like a club that travels around the world."

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WONDERFUL PEOPLE ON A TRAVELIFE WITH US
ALL OVER THE WORLD

Yes, it really is. So many of the wonderful people who'd joined us in Morocco had been with us in so many other places around the world.

Next to me were two ladies who'd come along to Northern Cape, South Africa last year, and one lady who'd been with us in both South Africa and Sri Lanka.

How wonderful life is, living a never-ending, and never-endingly eventful #Travelife.

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