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How to travel with friends

    

     If you have not met in person the person that you are planning to travel with, make sure you do. Try to spend sometime with any potential trip mate.  That way you will be able to get a better idea of what your potential travel partner is like and will help you decide if this travel companion is the ideal person for the trip.


If you planning on sharing the cost of accommodation, fares, etc, make sure these issues are discussed before the beginning of your travel or journey. This could avoid any potential financial disputes. Do you want to split bills evenly, or just pay for what you had? Will you take taxis, or the bus?  It sound like small things, but different attitudes to cash are guaranteed to make people upset and it could ruin your holiday.
 

      Share with your travel partner or friends the things you like to do together and those activities that you prefer to do alone. Lets face it we all have different taste. One day you might to visit an art gallery while your friend will like to go sightseeing. You could arrange with your friend a morning or afternoon free from one another and that way everyone gets do what they have planned.

      Relax, let go of the small things. Does it really matter that your travel buddy does not tidy up, snores sometimes or loves a glass of chardonnay for dinner? Save your concerns for more serious issues.

     Constant communication is essential to avoid misunderstandings. Try compromising but not too much. After all you are on holidays and you want to make sure you set out to do the things you have planned to do.

 


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How to travel with friends

    

     If you have not met in person the person that you are planning to travel with, make sure you do. Try to spend sometime with any potential trip mate.  That way you will be able to get a better idea of what your potential travel partner is like and will help you decide if this travel companion is the ideal person for the trip.


If you planning on sharing the cost of accommodation, fares, etc, make sure these issues are discussed before the beginning of your travel or journey. This could avoid any potential financial disputes. Do you want to split bills evenly, or just pay for what you had? Will you take taxis, or the bus?  It sound like small things, but different attitudes to cash are guaranteed to make people upset and it could ruin your holiday.
 

      Share with your travel partner or friends the things you like to do together and those activities that you prefer to do alone. Lets face it we all have different taste. One day you might to visit an art gallery while your friend will like to go sightseeing. You could arrange with your friend a morning or afternoon free from one another and that way everyone gets do what they have planned.

      Relax, let go of the small things. Does it really matter that your travel buddy does not tidy up, snores sometimes or loves a glass of chardonnay for dinner? Save your concerns for more serious issues.

     Constant communication is essential to avoid misunderstandings. Try compromising but not too much. After all you are on holidays and you want to make sure you set out to do the things you have planned to do.

 


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How to travel with friends

    

     If you have not met in person the person that you are planning to travel with, make sure you do. Try to spend sometime with any potential trip mate.  That way you will be able to get a better idea of what your potential travel partner is like and will help you decide if this travel companion is the ideal person for the trip.


If you planning on sharing the cost of accommodation, fares, etc, make sure these issues are discussed before the beginning of your travel or journey. This could avoid any potential financial disputes. Do you want to split bills evenly, or just pay for what you had? Will you take taxis, or the bus?  It sound like small things, but different attitudes to cash are guaranteed to make people upset and it could ruin your holiday.
 

      Share with your travel partner or friends the things you like to do together and those activities that you prefer to do alone. Lets face it we all have different taste. One day you might to visit an art gallery while your friend will like to go sightseeing. You could arrange with your friend a morning or afternoon free from one another and that way everyone gets do what they have planned.

      Relax, let go of the small things. Does it really matter that your travel buddy does not tidy up, snores sometimes or loves a glass of chardonnay for dinner? Save your concerns for more serious issues.

     Constant communication is essential to avoid misunderstandings. Try compromising but not too much. After all you are on holidays and you want to make sure you set out to do the things you have planned to do.

 


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