Essay On Traveling With Family

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[TITLE] Traveling with family is a challenge. Parents only ever want to relax and get away from their work, older siblings become living representations of the theories behind hormones in adolescence and require no passion for anything ¨fun¨. Younger siblings work against these actions and easily, their voices are compatible to a newborn child. Whining. Dying for some productivity instead of being pent up in a hotel suite exploring the uninteresting cabinets and drawers hoping to find something different each time. The only consistent plans we make together are over dining. Perhaps these are reasons why families travel only about once or thrice a year, since the attempt to please everyone in itself is impossible. Working out a plan on site ends up in dry faces, unclean breath, and scuffed up clothes lying in the beds for hours on end. My family decided…show more content…
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