In the last paragraph, the author, who I believed to be a native, states :"
If you pack three times as many holidays into the same amount of leave, you can expect three times as much trouble. It's not obvious to me that it's worth it.
The clause in italics sounds weird and illogical to me.
My reasoning is that a holiday is more like an container possibly comprising more than one day leave, therefore one could only group several days together and make them a holiday, and such grouping i.e. holiday may be more than one.
I would then rephrase the original sentence into:
If you pack the same amount of leave into three times as many holidays
Am I wrong or the original sentence. And if I am wrong, is it because "pack" is just used as such or because it changes the original meaning.
Please help me out...