When it comes to a holiday, I want to: When I am on vacation, my money is used for: Paying for activities and experiences. I don’t mind sleeping in a hut as long as I get the memories to take home with me. My travel, accommodation, and whatever else I need that requires top dollar. Everything that I have planned out. I know what each tour and entrance fee, meal, and souvenir cost.
I usually go on holiday: Your holidays give you outof-the-ordinary experiences for memories that will stick
with you for life. You’re willing to sleep in bus stops and ride on bullock carts, and even bungee jump off the highest cliffs as long as you have stories to tell friends back home. If I don’t need a flight, I’ll: Throw some clothes in a bag and hitchhike my way to my next adventure. Stay home. I’m not going anywhere without a plane ticket. Make sure other modes of transportation are scheduled and arranged to take me to my destination.
When it comes to meals, I: You are the pampered jetsetter who wants to get away to do nothing. Your idea of a perfect holiday is if everything is within a five-minute walk. If possible, you don’t want to leave the hotel grounds
You are the quintessential tourist. You want to see all the
sights, visit all the textbook tourist traps, and savour all the local delights. You also never miss out on photo opportunities at famous spots.
Get in on all the fun. I need my adrenaline pumping! Relax, sleep, eat, sleep, swim. Repeat. See all the sights and visit all the famous spots. Whenever my wanderlust takes over. After a stressful period at work or when I need a relaxing getaway. After my two-years worth of plans are all secured.