How many times have you been on vacation and, when it concluded, you realized you were more stressed out than before you left?
That feeling is highly common as it relates to traveling, more specifically trying to book time away from work and the hustle and bustle of daily life, only to realize that your so called vacation has left you vexed and believing that you'll need a vacation from your vacation, a line uttered far too often.
What typically ails and, quite frankly, sabotages most vacations is going away with someone or an entire group where the meaning of the word "vacation" is somewhat skewed.
For some, vacations are about relaxing and soaking up more than just sun. They center on lots of laying around by the beach or the pool, with no real rhyme or reason behind what the next hour brings. Simply put, there's really no itinerary to this trip but rather a mentality that suggests you'll be content no matter what is on tap.
That means you'll not be fussing over a particular restaurant choice or needing to see the world's largest ball of twine if you're close by because it is what is expected out of the trip or where you are. The flip side to that is the person on the trip who needs to have every minute of every day planned out, so that all of the tourist sites have been seen and a schedule is created daily to ensure nothing of importance, in their eyes, is missed.
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