Not planning your vacations can have costly consequences. Plane tickets will likely be more expensive, and your choice of accommodation might not be available. But you probably know that many planned trips do not happen, at all. People have time to bail out and make excuses to just stay at home and binge on Netflix. Is facing consequences with last-minute planning worth it? It is if you plan to spend long-overdue quality time with your favorite people in the world.
Every heartache is unique and there is no sure-fire formula to instantly and completely heal a broken heart. People who have gone through – or are still going through – painful breakups will understand how the world takes on a bleak backdrop of desolating nothingness when seen through the tear-drenched eyes of lost love.
Traveling is good for your overall health. Studies suggest that hitting the road can lower your risk of heart problems, relieve stress, and recharge your mind. However, it is not without costs. Traveling can open you to risks that are both costly and troublesome. For example, falling ill during a trip abroad is an expensive experience compared to when it happens at home.
As a traveler, there will be times wherein you might experience being with hundreds of other tourists like yourself—all waiting in line to see the same thing. There’s also the chance that you won’t even have enough room to move freely at tourist spots and not bump into someone else’s shoulder or backpack. If you’ve been in a situation like this, then you’ve stumbled (maybe intentionally) onto one of the worlds most overrated tourist attractions before.
Traveling is becoming more popular every year. According to the UNWTO or the United Nations World Tourism Organization, the number of international tourists totaled over 1.32 billion in 2017, alone. So it comes as no surprise if your family wants to have their first travel adventures, too. But, as with anyone trying something new, being unprepared can have serious consequences, especially when it comes to traveling.