Planning A Fun Travel With Friends
February 6, 2013 1:32am CST
I have so many things in my head right now like plans in the future. I have this travel I have been planning in my head-- the places to go, the hotel to book, the trains to take, etc etc. I also have in mind where to get the money, and how to get them. But there's one thing I have yet to confirm-- the people whom I want to come with me. I have still yet to invite them. The most important factor, I think, to realize my plan is their confirmation. Because if they don't come with me, I don't think I'd still opt to continue the travel. I won't be staying too long in this country. I'm off by December and I really really want to spend more time with them. I dream of going to places and enjoying every moment of it with them. They are like two of my most favorite people in Japan now. I just pray that they would have the time too to travel with me. I also hope they would get the permission of their parents if ever they decide to go with me. A three-day fun time with them will be more than enough for me to treasure as I leave this place. I don't know if I'll ever meet them again after I leave, that's why I'd like to make special memories while I am here. It's just that we don't always have the time and the luxury to just do whatever we want, whenever we want it.
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7 Feb 13
Man be determined wherever you want to go and its the best time I say to enjoy out with friends.Its your age to have fun have blast with your friends.I will say if due to any reason you are not able to make it now postpone it but do not cancel it.The memories which you will be having if these tours,enjoyments will cherish throughout your life. Just ask you friends ,fix a day and go ahead because if you keep on thinking you will not be able to make it.I can just wish that you go kut with friends and enjoy with your friends.Good luck and all the best for journey whenever and for wherever you make it.
14 Feb 13
Yes! Being at the prime of my youth makes it the most suitable time to travel and enjoy going out with friends. I couldn't agree more! I like to make more memories with them. And even when we're apart, and not seeing each other for a long time, I could have those memories to reminisce and help me smile, laugh, cry perhaps whenever I miss them.
• United States
7 Feb 13
That is one of the hassles of planning a trip: just when you thought you have it all down pat, some people will start backing out or insisting a change in the schedule. It cannot be avoided that is why it is better to have everyone confirm and discuss early on about the proposed trip. As a sign of goodwill, everyone also puts some money down to pay the fees and other incidental costs for the trip so the chances of them not really taking it seriously will be minimal. Of course there will be other glitches and problems but if everyone is on board, it wouldn't be that difficult.
• United Kingdom
6 Feb 13
I hope that you have a lovely journey in December with or without your friends. Yes, planning a trip can be very much fun. Making special memories in a place is well worth doing. I am planning to travel by train from England to Ukraine in May and June this year. I will be traveling with my son and by then he will be 6 years old. My daughter will be coming with us too. She will still be 3 years old. Not long after we get back she will become 4 years old.
14 Feb 13
Wow. I love that plan! I'd really love to travel to England but that would be too expensive. At my state now, I couldn't really pay for the travel fees, much more the necessary amount for the whole trip. I hope you have a good time with your children. It's good enough to travel to places, much more if you are with the people you love.
6 Feb 13
Start to plan that travel in big lines and see what it will cost. If you are enthousiastic about it and already can tell about it, it's easier to ask others to join you. Especially if you won't stay in the country that long anymore. It's also important to the others to know in forward since it will cost money and time to plan/leave. The longer you wait the smaller the chance they will come with you.
14 Feb 13
Yeah, I totally agree with you. I am bloating things up so I won't fall short of budget. And again, yes, I have to make things clear first before I get to invite them. As soon as I get the perfect time, and the enough amount of necessary knowledge to pursue the trip, I will be asking them if they could join me. I really hope they would consider it and be also excited when they hear this from me.
6 Feb 13
Go ahead and ask your friends right away. I guess that's the first thing you need to do in order for you to push to your plans - get their confirmation so you can start with other things. In the meantime continue saving up money too so you wouldn;t have to think much about the expenses you're gonna use while travelling.
14 Feb 13
Actually, I am looking for a perfect time to ask them. So many things to consider but I am trying to iron things out so I could present a feasible and inviting proposal. Yes, I need to really work harder to save more money for this planned trip. I really hope this pursues. It would be a great time parting-off gift if it's the case.