Which is your care more for travelling

@kevinll (967)
July 29, 2010 9:23pm CST
Where travelers settled after a long day wasn't always that big a concern. Most were content as long as they had a bed and a shower. But times have changed and today's travelers consider lodging just as important as the ultimate travel destination. I don't care more about lodging if I have a long time backpack travelling. The exploration and charming scene is more important for me. I mean it is not the tourism scene, it is natural, you can find it by yourself. How about you?
2 responses
@maximax8 (28925)
• United Kingdom
30 Jul 10
I choose to stay in a locally owned guest house. I wish that it has a double bed or two single beds and enough space for my baby's lightweight travel cot. It is lovely if the guest house has a shower for me to use. I prefer to stay in an area where the local people live rather than in the middle of a tourist hot spot. It is superb if the guest house is in a quiet area. I adore it when I find an unusual place to stay like a youth hostel castle, a tree house, a thatched beach hut or a mored ship. The exploration is what I go off traveling for. I do have fond memories of the tree house I stayed in when I was traveling in Belize.
@iesuki (30)
30 Jul 10
i care whether i have a place to settle down, no matter how is the surrounding, i just need a bed to sleep. and i also care the security, i don't want to take my big backpack along with me when i am in a nice place, or enjoying coffee. so i need to leave my backpack in a safe place.