Rule when traveling: Avoid making constant comparisons with "back home."If you don't follow this rule, you end up bringing home with you, which, frankly, diminishes the experience. Take what you experience on its own terms.
Some people should just stay home.
"You wouldn't believe the rudeness when I asked the stew for a pillow"
"The lei greeter wasn't there when we got off our flight"
"I walked blocks before I found a McDonald's"
"All the souvenirs were made in China"
|They came all the way from the cruise boat to photograph Spouting Horn (Hawaii). |
It was low tide, and the Horn was barely spouting
Travel is so much richer when you learn from the little fails, then move on. Embrace the journey.