Highlights were certainly catching up with friends, making new friends, going to the Grand Canyon, Sunbathing, swimming and drinking coktails by the hotel pool (something I've never done before in my life! - I don't really *do* holidays as such) and talking business with some of the distributors at the show.
I'm really bored of international flights though. Travelling for 10+ hours (not including stop-over and check-in times) becomes really boring really fast. Despite my rather blase attitude to the adventures I tend to have on planes (I've now been struck by lightning three times, had emergency landings/mild crashes, electrical failures, turbalance from hell, mothers milk all over my trousers courtesy of little babies, etc) they do tend to pile up and start getting to you after a while.
Short flight I'm fine with as they over and done with quite quickly, but the long hauls tend to get very monotonous very quickly. I could really do without them. Unfortunately they are part of doing business for me though, so it's something I'm just going to have to deal with. Or get Dom doing some more US shows and me staying European-bound for a bit. Plus, I'd miss all my US friends if I didn't make the trips.
Anyway, I'm back in the UK and back in the office catching up with loads of work. I'm only here until Thursday as I'm off to Paris on Friday (returning Monday) for Le Salon du Jeu de Société this weekend. I'm going by land and sea for that one though.