When traveling, do you think it's necessary for you to update on your family members about what you've done in what place?
1.When visiting unfamiliar places, some people prefer to use their smartphones to navigate and get around. Others prefer to explore the place on their own and ask others for directions. Which do you prefer and why?
2. Some people like to keep a record of their experience when traveling - for example, by keeping a journal or taking pictures. Other people prefer not to keep such records when traveling. Which do you prefer and why?
3.When traveling, do you prefer to live in a hotel or in a tent? And Why?
4.When traveling with friends, some people like to carefully plan ahead, while others make plans when they meet or have started their trips already. Which do you prefer, and why?
5.When traveling, do you prefer to stay at one place for a long time, or spend less time but visit more places?
6.Some like to spend a lot of money to get unique experience on vacation, while others prefer to spend little money on vacation. Which one do you prefer and why?
I definitely think it's important to keep your family in the loop when you're traveling and tell them what's going on.
First off, it's about letting your family know you're safe and sound. When they know where you are and what you're up to, they don't have to worry so much. Like, on my trip to Europe, I made sure to send them a quick message every now and then about where I was and what I was doing. It just eases their minds.
Another thing is that sharing your travel stories with your family can actually bring you closer together. When you tell them about all the cool places you've been to, the people you've met, and the fun stuff you've done, it can spark some really interesting conversations. For example, when I came back from Japan, I showed them pictures and shared my experiences. That led to some awesome talks about different cultures and how they compare to ours.