Travelling When You Don’t Like Leaving Your Luxuries

Travelling is a wonderful experience for many reasons: trips to new and exotic places, meeting plenty of new people from all different walks of life, and soaking up the sand and beautiful weather. That’s just to name a few! Yet a lot of people still can’t get over the fact that they have to leave their creature comforts behind. Stepping out of a comfort zone is hard for us all, but it’s something that’s totally worth it for the experience. Here’s a few ideas on how you can keep a sense of the luxurious at hand, no matter where you go.

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Go Half Way With A Hotel Stay


Staying in a hotel can be expensive, but it’s the preferred option for a lot of people. There’s a sense of expectedness about it that just makes it feel safer. For example, you could stay at a Shepherds Bush Hotel and know you’re coming back every night to a clean and soft bed in a building that has no chance of huge spiders or nighttime horse visitors trying to steal your tent food.


If you want to branch out a little more, you could always try a hostel. You can often book private rooms if you don’t want to share a dorm, and plenty of public areas means you’re introduced gradually to this kind of public lifestyle.


Try Your Hand At Glamping


Glamping is a relatively new trend, and can seem a little silly for some. Why do you go camping if you don’t want the full experience? Glamping has in fact been around for centuries in the form of royal progresses, so it’s really nothing new to get to grips with. Yet, it can be quite innovative if you know how to do it properly.


Looking for a semi-permanent tent campsite for you to bed down in is more and more popular nowadays. There’s plenty of facilities around, and it feels like you’re staying in a mini hotel. Combine that with an adventurous spirit and you’ve got yourself a great camping holiday. You know your tent will stay pegged down when you get back and a good shower will be waiting for you after a three mile hike.


Carry Around Travel Hygiene Products Wherever You Go


There’s a lot to be said for those mini bottles you find in the travel section of pharmacies and supermarkets. They work wonders for a travelling lifestyle, and they’re not hard to carry either.


If hair is a main priority for you, take some dry shampoo in a suitcase or hiking bag. A quick spray on in the morning to make you feel cleaner and then brush it out later. It honestly couldn’t be simpler!


For clean hands and faces, mini wet wipe packets can easily fit in the bottom of bags and pockets. The same goes for antibacterial gel, as this can leave you fresh smelling with a smile on your face after a quick pump.


There’s lots of easy ways to travel nowadays!