rxFirst, I am going to let you know that, unless something happens that I do not foresee, I am going to work today and tomorrow and then take the rest of the week off for Thanksgiving. My family is going to spend Thanksgiving with friends.
Traveling in groups is in. People are doing trips for bachelor and bachelorelette parties. Multi generation trips are really in. Groups of friends will sometimes like to take trips together. But sometimes traveling beside groups can be hard. Traveling can get difficult when things don’t go according to plan, people have different thoughts when it comes to traveling and what they want to do. And sometimes even the best of friends can get on each other’s nerves when they are together 24/7. So today let’s look at some tips for traveling in groups.
- Resorts can make things easier on families when they have kids’ clubs. This will give parents some much needed one-on-one time together, which will allow them to rekindle their romance. Resorts also have large tables which help families have the space they need.
- Sometimes one person takes charge of the whole group, and everyone just does what he or she says. That is usually not the wisest course of action. It is better to let each person in the group pick one thing that they would really like to do, and then do each thing. If the group that is traveling together includes children, you might want to try to limit yourself to one big activity each day. You’re on vacation. This is a time to relax and enjoy one another. You don’t want to have to rush through everything. Take your time getting ready in the mornings. Enjoy hanging out by the pool. Catch up on movies or tv shows you’ve been wanting to see.
I would love to know your thoughts and advice when it comes to traveling in groups. Please let me know.