Would you travel with you parents?

@laydee (12814)
March 23, 2010 5:43pm CST
In our culture it's natural to get to travel with the family - parents. But I know of some where it's considered weird and uncool. But let's just say they're old and have asked you to travel with them to another country or spots like the Caribbean, Macau, Venice, or some romantic place or places of action. Would you go? I definitely would, why not? If my parents want to spend time with me and my siblings, I don't see why there's something wrong with that. Yes, they are old and have more naps than travel time, but at least I get to getaway with them instead of rotting here working at no end. Hehehhee... What do you think?
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@Porcospino (18405)
• Denmark
24 Mar 10
When I was a child I often travelled with my parents and we had a really good time. As an adult I haven't travelled that much with my parents, but my father, my brother and I went to Prague together 10 years ago, and we had a very nice time there. My mother had to work and she wasn't able to join us at that time, but I hope that we will get the chance to travel together another time. If my parents asked me to travel with them I would definately do it, and think that we would have a nice time together.
@maximax8 (28558)
• United Kingdom
24 Mar 10
I traveled with my mom to Greece When I was 14 years old. We went to an island and Athens. I really enjoyed that trip. It made me keen to travel to lots more countries in the future. Then at age 19 years old I traveled with my mom to St Lucia in the Caribbean. It was lovely to get my mom to see somewhere outside Europe. My mom is older now and likes to stay in our home country. I travel with my toddler son and my baby daughter. This summer I shall be taking my children to Vancouver. I would be happy to travel with my mom if she ever wants to go off somewhere again. I would help my mom, however old, on a trip to anywhere in the world.