In just under 40 days, my wife and I depart for the first leg of our round-the-world trip. We've been preparing ourselves mentally, making our to-do / to-bring lists, and setting aside the very few things that we're going to carry with us. We know what we need; we know what we want; we know what's available.
But the one thing that I still can't figure out what to do is my hair!
Do I keep it short all throughout? Do I grow it out for the entire duration? Or do I try to maintain a mohawk?
Whatever the case is, I'm going to have to find a barbershop in all the locales that we visit. My hair grows fast. I get a haircut almost every 1.5-2 weeks. And over 6 months, that's at least 12 haircuts!
It should be a fun experience to have my haircut in various cities / countries along the way. What should I call that? There's gotta be a word for it. Let's just call it hairplane.
hairplane ˈ/herˌplān/ - the style of your hair while you travel; travel hairdo;
Anyway, I'll just add this to my requirement to taste the bread, drink the water, and sample the local brew everywhere we go. I'll let you know where I have the best experience. And I'm pretty sure I won't be able to hide where I have the not-so-good experience. Photos to come.
What do you think I should do?