Travel Organizing should be like this
But there are people who makes it like this
I have been organizing group travels since 2006 and most of the time I would scratch my head, bang my head to the wall and run until the strength of my legs ran out just to release the stress of organizing. The research, calling and reservation of resorts and transportation are the easy parts of Travel Organizing. The hard part is inviting people to join you in your travel.
Since its summer, I’d like share some of the types of people to watch out for and how to avoid them or how to prepare for them.
1. Back Outs
These are the most common of the types of problem people you would encounter when you’re inviting people to travel. Reasons would range from laziness, something came up, something will go down, I need to go somewhere, someone needs me and work. Regardless of the reason, whether valid or invalid, when someone backs out it is a problem to the organizer.
Problem with Back outs
- There are fees that can be lessened when you travel in groups (i.e. Vans, Big Boats). When someone Backs Out the budget would