A Hassle Free Holiday

hassle free holiday

So, you’ve paid off your upcoming holiday, the countdown begins, and the excitement builds. Whether you’re going on a last-minute trip to get away, or whether you’ve had this planned for months, you’re always going to want a hassle free holiday. But, not all of us are lucky enough to be blessed with that. Along the way, something always seems to go wrong. Whether it be a passport out of date, or whether it is a delay so big that you’re left in the airport miserable for hours. We know that it’s a big pain in the butt when thing like that happen. But, they’re only the things that can happen before you step on that plane. Afterward, anything can happen! When you’re in a different country and things start to go wrong, it can be really stressful. So, I want to show you how you can have a hassle free holiday! Hassle Free Holiday

Getting Around

If your hotel isn’t in the main resort area, sorting out transportation can be a bit of a problem for you. If you’re going out and about every day, you might not want to pay the prices of a taxi. However, if you do, and you’re worried you’re not going to be able to find one. You should always ask the reception desk at your hotel to order you one. In foreign countries, you need to be really aware of fake taxi drivers, which is why it’s always good to get your hotel to book one for you. Or, if you want something even more trusted, and probably cheaper, check out websites such as www.ridester.com. You’ll be able to find fares for Uber, and see if they’re operating in the area that you’re traveling to. There’s also public transport that you could give a whirl. You’ll be pretty adventurous if you try something like this. We would recommend sticking to things like the bus, it’s much easier to navigate than being on a train or underground tube!

Getting Some Help

If you’re ever in a country looking for things to do, then there’s plenty of places for you to turn. Again, you can either ask the hotel staff, bar staff, the people in the restaurants you eat at. Or, you could turn to your trusty phone. Pretty much everything you could need to know about every country in the world is on the internet, so don’t ever feel lost! If you are really stuck, however, and need some desperate help, it should be the hotel that you turn to.

Check Everything Before You Go

If you want a hassle free holiday, you’re going to have to check everything before you go. We’re talking things like travel requirements, luggage allowance, luggage weight,  planning activities in the area, how you’ll get from the airport to the hotel… the list could go on! The more prepared you are before you go, the more hassle free your holiday is going to be. Make sure you pay particular attention to the things that will be involved when you’re there, rather than before you go!

Do you have any more tips for a hassle free holiday? Please tell me in the comments below, I can’t wait for all the experienced travelers to chime in!

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Until our next rendezvous…



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4 thoughts on “A Hassle Free Holiday

  1. My best tip for a hassle free vacation is to not over plan. There has got to be down time in your itinerary so that you’ll come home refreshed and ready to go back to work. Not exhausted.

  2. My tip would be to read as much as possible about your intended destination – especially if the place you’re visiting is overseas. Find out about the customs, climate, laws, etc – that way you are more prepared when you arrive and can relax. I always ask hotel reception to book taxis – in many places a taxi guide is the best way to tour and a favourable price can always be negotiated. You also get to see places off the beaten track.

    1. Great advice! I agree that you should be familiar with the customs before traveling to an unfamiliar country so you don’t come off as an ignorant tourist.

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