What are Real Holidays/Vacations Like? Holidays and Vacations

Some of us love holidays, others find them to be worse than chores. They dread the idea of planning one, gathering all the travelers, paying for accommodation, reading maps and going on a journey.

But WHY?

It is ONLY because they haven’t gone for a truly enjoyable journey.

Shall we change the scenario a bit?

Imagine a holiday… a REAL holiday without alarm clocks, tight schedules and squeezing on a dinky little tour bus with tons of people beside you.

Imagine a holiday… where you don’t have to line up for hours just to get a ticket into show or the latest Harry Potter movie. You don’t have to jump into another rat race now, don’t we?

Suppose the reason of going on a vacation is to get away from stress and hassle, not to create more.

The key is to be spontaneous about fun during your holiday. You can go on a holiday totally unplanned and yet have fun at the same time.

So how can one have fun with holidays and without worries of money?

Yes, there are many ways you can have a holiday without stressing about it too much. Say for example, if you Choose a job that allows you plenty of time to travel, you won’t even need to come out with a single cent for it.

An air stewardess gets all the privilege of flying everywhere and visiting many different countries at the same time. The only drawback is that you won’t get to see your family often (neither can you bring them along).

Of course you can also join companies that give you lots of incentives such as annual traveling.

The key is to leave all the planning and money issues to them and the enjoyment to ourselves!

it is all up to you.

Depending on how you spend your vacation – something like a hike up a mountain path or driving up to a suburb hanging around a farmland, all these are just some suggestions on how you can have a great time without spending money at all!

Hey, even spending a day camping near some park is also a great holiday depending on how you want it to be.

The choices are up to you as long as you don’t expect too much from your holiday – just be spontaneous and seize the day!