Your baby boomer habits of valuing material objects over personal experiences need to change so that you come home with a host of exciting memories, rather than luggage full of ad hoc souvenirs. It's the millennials that are shaping the travel trends, so it's time to get onto their wavelength of lustful personal discovery.
You are probably into wellness retreats, wineries, long lazy lunches and lazing around a swimming pool with a good book in the tropics somewhere, often in your own backyard of a country. No matter what or who you are, it's time to get your act together and travel the millennial way.
You think you are all grown up now, with no more desires for boozy holidays or trashy accommodation when you leave your front door, but there is no need to go totally nerdy and forget that you are only just above in years to that of your millennial siblings.
Recently I had the pleasure of staying with a friend who just happens to live in a five-star hotel in Kuala Lumpur because of her job as an executive chef. My daughter with her lofty ideals on life exclaimed that this was her dream ambition—to
A staggering 77% of Generation Ys traveling habits mimic those of their parents, preferring to choose destinations where they can travel in comfort with similar cultures and language spoken, rather than take a left turn to off-the-beaten track places, despite their desire to do so.
Everywhere you look these days you’ll see employers and recruitment experts discuss millennials – their wants, their qualities and their shortcomings. After all, while Gen X individuals may still occupy more
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