Traveling for Holidays?

As New Year rapidly approaches it’s quickly becoming one of, if not the main topic of many conversations. Plenty of people know weeks, sometimes months, in advance where they plan on spending it, others wait for the last minute for an offer to appear, some work, some stay home. Where some people enjoy planning and experiencing the whole ordeal, others prefer to let everything flow and finish on its own.

Even though New Year is a trending topic, the same thing can be applied for every major holiday. Where some people love to use their spare time to travel and visit other places, others find it blasphemous not to spend that warm, quality time with your family. Naturally, as it is with everything in life, there are pros and cons to both standpoints and, in the end, it all boils down to each and every one of us.

There are people who don’t like to travel at all. However strange that might sound, they are perfectly content with what they have and there’s nothing wrong with that. After all, in this modern age where the internet and fancy technology have infiltrated almost every aspect of our daily lives, at any point, you’re just a couple of clicks away from breathtaking Egyptian pyramids, frozen wastes of the poles, the Great Wall of China, and anything you could think of. Sure, it’s far from being the real deal but, let’s face it, with a phone in your pocket you’ve already seen much more of this planet than every human being did a hundred years ago. That is unless you spend most of your time online playing those sweet and captivating free sex games.

On the other hand, you have people who can’t wait to go somewhere. They will take every opportunity possible to get away, experience other cultures, and visit other places. These people enjoy variety in their lives, regardless of circumstances. To them, going seaside during summer breaks or visiting mountains to go skiing during winter breaks is the same as packing their bags and going away for a holiday.

There are ups and downs to going away like that. On one hand, certain holidays are meant to reunite families. In today’s age, it’s easy to find yourself busy and distant from your closest relatives. We struggle with finding jobs and, when we do, we end up spending most of our time trying to stay afloat. Hence it’s nothing strange certain members of a family try their best to use holidays at least, to reunite and spend some quality time together. Also, going to any popular tourist place during busy days guarantees a completely different experience from the usual. You might find some places crowded and others closed so you can end up in your hotel room, playing those porn games instead of exploring the city. But then again, if someone loves a certain location and wants to visit it during the holidays as well, who are we to say no?