The first step in planning a peaceful trip is to identify your differences. And now here is the question. You like to plan each step of your itinerary or leave it all to chance, right? Forcing your partner to go without can cause considerable friction, not everyone accounts for these types of activities types when planning a trip. Like a cherished daily run or leisurely breakfast, what about routine activities? That said, travel styles can differ greatly, even between spouses or close friends.
Would you rather linger over meals or scarf them down and get moving again?
Be careful to consider cultural and language factors, when choosing your destination. One of you might feel left out in these cases. Known sweeten the pot by paying the admission fee or treating your companion to lunch as well. So, while the other can only garble a few basic phrases, does one of you know a language well? Is one of you an expert skier, the other strictly a kiddiesloper? Want to go to a museum?
Understand that these differences will be an issue, and be sure to talk about how to handle them before your trip begins.
Compatible travel styles are probably more important than identical interests in predicting a successful travel partnership. While everything is flexible, Especially on a leisure trip or vacation. Your companion might just agree. That’s where it starts getting interesting. There is no way but negotiation to settle such fundamental differences.
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