Of course. It was on the Trip Where I Learned To Buy Souvenirs When You See Them And Not Wait Till "Later".
about 15 years ago, i was working in a museum and they would organize an annual trip abroad for the workers (and SO/family members). The trip was an educational trip - we went to museums, historical sites, etc. The price was pretty much all-inclusive, was extremely subsidized for the worker, and not too expensive for the additional travelers (spouse etc) if you were bringing them along. So every year i would tell then-husband about it, and every year he would say it's too expensive or some other stupid reason, and every year i wouldn't go. Till the year i grew a spine, and told him "this year it's to turkey [and we are in israel so it's a short flight and inexpensive], the price is $ for me and $$ for you. If you want to go, let me know by [date] but *I* am going". so then-husband came along.
anyway, we were at Ephesus, amazing site, and when we entered the site there were a few kiosks selling souvenirs and we saw this adorable little belly dancer outfit that would have been perfect for my little niece as a costume. but we figured - we'll buy it on the way out, why shlep it around with us all day. oh right, because we must have exited on a different side and never saw those outfits again the rest of the trip... Twas then that i decided that i would buy souvenirs/local items when i saw them.
(funny thing about those outfits is that a few years ago i started seeing them all over the place in Israel when belly dancing became a popular sport. go figure...)