Thomson ReutersDecember 20, 2013 09:18
By Beth Pinsker
NEW YORK (Reuters) - When it comes to dreaming about retirement, travel is often at the top of the agenda. And by this, people don't just mean a trip or two over what could be a span of 30 or more years.
The ultimate fantasy is an itinerary like Kembell Huyke's, which includes going to Africa on safari seven times. In the next year, the retired 73-year-old banker, who is based in New York, has trips planned to Tunisia, Morocco and southern India.