In addition to doing that, in the month of March, I will continue on with my planning my trip to London and Paris, May 30- June 9. I'm willing and able to adjust the dates that I plan to go if offered a job soon, but once I buy the ticket, it's done and I cannot modify that. The ideal time to purchase my ticket will be in mid-March because as that time approaches the 60-day departure window for my trip, the ticket price temporarily slightly dips, and I can purchase it. I learned this trick last year for my Ireland trip, but I made a mistake. After weeks and weeks of watching the airfare hover around $1450, it dipped to ONLY $1250ish for two days, then went back up to $1460 and never dropped again. So, I need to be in a position to snag that lower price ticket asap, on the very first day I notice it drop down a couple hundred. Airfare to Europe is so ridiculous now - I could pay for two domestic first class tickets for the price of one flight to London in coach!
|Taking the Eurostar from London to Paris.|
So in regards to the job interview, I keep telling myself, if it's meant to be, it will. I did all I could do, I went beyond the normal to put a good foot forward, and if I'm still not selected, I'll have to learn from this and move on.