Today, everybody loves traveling to new places and also keep on adding new destinations to their wish-list. Whether you travel for official purpose or for relaxation, there are certain experiences you want to live and take home as memories. If your experience matches up to your expectation, then great; if not, bad luck!
As dreamy as it sounds, sometimes, traveling can be pretty difficult too. As they say, everything comes with challenges; and traveling is no exception.
Here are 6 facts that every regular traveler will instantly relate to:
1. Free Wi-Fi is an added advantage.
Back in the days, our basic needs simply included food, shelter, and clothing. Over time, the internet was added to the list and we’re not complaining! No matter how amazing the hotel is; you are most likely to reject it if it doesn’t provide free Wi-Fi. Whether it is a business trip or for leisure; the internet is a must!
2. What you see v/s what you get.
We all do our research before going to a place. We look up for places to visit, restaurants to eat and adventure sports. While we see some foreigners sunbathing on a beach in the web, what we witness ourselves is completely different. There are times when you cannot even see the sand below because there are so many people out there!
3. A refreshing hot shower after a long journey.
Happiness is Long showers. Loud Music. Deep thoughts. A hot shower after a long and tiring journey is pure bliss! It has the power to rejuvenate you to a whole new level. You get all the energy that you need to last till your trip comes to an end.
4. Free breakfast that kick-starts your day.
As they rightly say, “All happiness depends on a leisurely breakfast!” Most of the times you have your day planned and you might or might not get enough time to hog on your lunch or dinner. During times like these, a yummy and heavy breakfast is all you need to gather enough energy to start your day right.
5. Convenience is all that matters.
Every traveler wishes to book a hotel in a location that would be a walk away from various restaurants, bars and other ‘must visit’ places. When you don’t, you know you are going to waste most of your time searching for places to hang out. Convenience is the key, my friend!
6. Efficient service is good service.
Nobody likes to wait at the reception, after a long journey, with the entire heavy luggage, while the hotel employees are busy figuring out which room to allow. Ticks you off, doesn’t it? At this point of time, quick and efficient service that will help you check-in in a jiffy is all you need.