10 Ways to Survive Vacationing With People of Different Means

If you ever vacation with friends or family, chances are that one of your journeys will eventually find you traveling with people whose financial means are different from yours. They may have more money than you (or be more willing to incur debt on vacation) or less than you. Whatever the case, vacationing with people of different financial means can be stressful.

Problems arise on both ends of the spectrum. If your traveling companions have more money than you, you may feel pressured to spend more than you’re comfortable with so that you won’t be left out of the fun. Whether it’s lavish dinners, fancy hotels, or pricey tours, you may feel that you have to spend in order t

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One Response to 10 Ways to Survive Vacationing With People of Different Means

  1. Pev says:

    great tips thanks, i do believe that having a plan of what to do and where to do is the key for everyone to have fun.

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