- Golfing at the most prestigious courses from around the world.
- Getting clean fresh air and soothing breezes.
- Taking a cruise- Watching the sun go down.
- Walking along a beach after an amazing lunch or dinner.
- Rafting the waters that sends butterflies within you
- 6.Swimming in the crystal clear blue ocean
- Escaping to your favorite camping spots
- Reading or listening to books from your favorite author(s)
- Hiking the most adventurous and breath-taking trails
- Dancing the night away
As an added touch:
- Attending sporting events of your favorite team(s)
- Heading out to Casinos with family and/or freinds
- Theme parks- Disneyland, Seaworld and Universal Studios
As an extra bonus:
Last but not least———SLEEP
Tips on Planning your vacation.
- Make a list of the top 5 places you want to travel. If there are other people traveling with you, have them do the same thing.
- Decide why you want to travel. If you know why you want to leave home, choosing a destination will be easier. Determining whether your goal is to relax and unwind, have new adventures, see famous or ancient sights, or provide your children with lifelong memories will determine what kind of destination you should choose
- Discuss possible destinations with your fellow travelers. Instead of making this a chore, have it be a fun activity. Over the course of a few days, weeks or other long duration you wish (e.g. 1-3 months), spend some time talking about each place and why it would make a good destination
- Consider everyone who will be traveling with you. If you are traveling with children, someone elderly, or someone with a disability, you may want to consider the destination that would be accessible.
- Research destination costs. While you may take more time after choosing a destination to find great deals on travel and hotel arrangements, doing a quick online search of approximate costs to travel to each destinations may help you narrow your choices based on your budget.
These are just the tip of the iceberg guide. Other considerations may be needed as each vacation requirements defer individually.
- Dirty toilets or the lack of: Having to search for one can be daunting.
- Children working: It is very sad as parents try their best to raising the children. To see their kids exhausted as they are
- Bugs: This experience no matter where you go. Can and will leave an impression.
- Pollution: Many countries have this. Getting educated of where these spots are will make your trip more pleasant
- Getting sick: Not an experience one wants to endure. Taking the right precautions can help eliminate this
- Unpleasant or rude business agents: These agents can tarnish any future plans
- Lost luggage: Personal/business can be costly and time consuming to recover
- Annoying or stinky passengers: This is one that is hard to avoid or make better of this situation.
- Nearby violence or abuse: Not a sight to see. Closed eyes and ears can’t stop it.
- Lack of proper or reasonable communication with businesses or agents: Being taken, ripped off and lost are just the beginning of being told later.
Other events occuring about traveling: Based on true events.
Being stranded at the airport-Hundreds of people found themselves spending Christmas Day at the Roissy-en-France airport outside Paris after snow and ice delayed some 400 flights in 2010. Travelers were understandably angry, but airport authorities tried to make the best of the situation by providing the stranded passengers with food, beds, Christmas toys, and even a costumed Santa Claus for the kids.
QUARANTINED ON A CHRISTMAS CRUISE. Over the 2012 Christmas holiday, about 5 percent of the people on a 10-day Caribbean cruise aboard the luxury ship Emerald Princess contracted what was suspected to be norovirus. This highly contagious bug causes stomach pain, diarrhea, and vomiting. In total, 166 passengers and 30 crew displayed symptoms of the virus. To make the holiday nightmare even worse, sick passengers were reportedly ordered to stay quarantined in their rooms or else face unnamed “consequences.”
BARELY AVOIDING DISASTER
Just after Christmas in 2016, a small plane carrying four people over central Alberta, Canada, started to have engine trouble. As it approached the airport, the pilot considered landing on the highway but decided against it because there was too much traffic. He instead opted for an emergency landing, gliding toward the nearby runway, but landed short, narrowly missing a power pole and a berm. “It was a Christmas miracle, because the plane had basically run out of power,” a local official told the CBC. “God knows what would have happened if they had hit all those things.”