Why You Should Go On A Staycation
Unless you've been living under a rock, you've probably heard of the word staycation. A staycation is basically checking into a hotel in the city or town where you live and just relaxing and not caring for anything. It's also a kind of vacation where you get to enjoy a nice fancy place with all the services not too faraway from home. If you're not sold on this idea, here are 5 reasons that might change your mind.
It won't take a long trip to get there.
With most planned vacations, there is usually some travel time involved, which can range from 1 hour to 20 hours depending on your destination. But let’s face it, traveling can get stressful, especially now that there's still no improvement in the traffic situation in the country. With a staycation, there isn't any large chunk of travel time at all. You can get to your hotel or resort in no time and you won't feel tired or stressed, which makes the staycation all the more enjoyable.
The thought of being somewhere else is comforting.
Though you may have not left your area completely, staying somewhere else but still in the vicinity is quite a unique experience. There is this thrilling and weird sense of joy and appreciation that you get out of it. You get a new perspective of your hometown and there's something about being checked-in that makes you think you are in a new location, though you've been around that area hundreds of times. It's also a comforting thought that home is just minutes away in case of anything.
Sometimes you want to escape—but not too far away.
Life can be hard and stressful, and we all had that urge to just get away without anyone knowing. A perk of a staycation is that you can go on an instant vacation whenever you want, and away from everyone. Staycation is the perfect way to avoid the toxic people you don't want to deal with, or the family drama that has been driving you nuts.
Read the full article, 5 Reasons to Have a Staycation, on TravelBook.ph.