Spring has sprung, and the countdown to summer’s unofficial start on Memorial Day has started! As temps rise, I find that travel planning boosts which means this is the seventh in my series of interviews highlighting frequent travelers. We’ll cover their preferences and guidelines, giving you takeaways to try for your next trip.
EP: Do you travel mainly for business, pleasure, or both? EP: Do you like traveling via aircraft, train, boat, or automobile? DG: Mostly by automobile, but I choose plane for longer distances. EP: What is your preferred destination and why? DG: Hawaii because it’s exotic, beautiful, peaceful, and fun. EP: What is your choice for airlines? DG: I favor Southwest Airlines because of its realistic prices and good service.
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EP: What is your preference for hotels or accommodations? DG: Marriott properties offer safe, clean, and reliable options. EP: Do you book your own travel or prefer a travel agency? DG: I usually book my very own travel. EP: Do you have any suggestions to make the most of devotion programs or points?
DG: Research all your options, make sure to read the fine print so you know all the details, and don’t buy points. EP: Are you faithful to any particular brands? DG: I’m not necessarily loyal to any specific brands; instead, I seek the best offers from those I trust. EP: When soaring, what do you ensure is in your carry-on? DG: My computer, a new paperback publication, and tissues (in the event).
EP: Do you keep an extra-handbag of toiletries packed? EP: How will you organize your time and effort while on-the-go? DG: I make sure to minimize stress by not over-scheduling myself. EP: Do you utilize technology to help stay effective and arranged? If so, what’s your favorite program, app, website, or tech tool for surviving the chaos of lifestyle? And what’s your preferred for being your best while traveling?
DG: I avoid technology much for keeping organized. I take advantage of an old-school desk calendar still! My calendar actually is custom-made every year with a listener who became a friend; he takes photos from his international travels, copyrights the photos / calendar, and provides his calendars to a handful of friends / colleagues every year. I really do, however, keep an eye on my accommodations with the addition of all the details and confirmation figures to my smartphone. And I love using the Notes app, which might qualify as productivity technology. EP: Across all of your travels, which restaurant did you love most, why was it your preferred and that which was the best food?