Tips When Traveling During Rainy Weather - Page 2
Five Tips for Traveling in the Rainy Weather:
- Don’t forget to pack video games, multimedia gear, iPod and paperback books to take care of the days you'll be happy staying in with room service and in house entertainment.
- Check out public transport. It is not only cheap in such places but also the most reliable. Local nature walks are offered in a number of places, with guides really worth every penny they charge to take you across picturesque locales.
- Research well and take a shot at the local language; also check on the museums and cultural exhibits near the hotel and activities for toddlers. These activities could really save a rainy day.
- The camera is a must on this holiday. Make sure that your reserves on film and battery are well stocked. Ensure that the children and elderly family members have a copy of the hotel brochure just in case sight seeing takes you separate ways. Also, speaking of hotels, do check on package deals and add-ons that are given to make up for the lean period.
The rainy weather ushers in the scent of the ‘quenched’ soil and a new tinge of green to every leaf. A holiday in this season is like a trip to paradise, especially when you dare the outdoors. Try not to confine yourselves to the room when there is a light drizzle. If the signs are a dry spell thereafter, have the hotel pack you a picnic lunch!