Tuesday

The “The Road Less Travelled" Twitter Chat. About Accommodation


Recently I found “The Road Less Travelled Twitter Chat (#TRLT)” founded by Shane Dallas aka TheTravel Camel.

I joined for a chat. Today I decided to put my answers on my blog. Hey why not? Give it a try, it’s fun and feels utterly amazing sitting at my desk while talking to people from all over the world. For a few moments this huge world gets small and cosy. It really feels like we are all in it together.

Today’s chat was about accommodation and this is what I had to say:

Q1: How do you find and choose accommodation on The Road Less Traveled?

A1: I listen to friends, browse travel mags and blogs to find accommodation.

Q2: What type of accommodation do you prefer to stay in – hotels, homes, friends?

A2: Depends on where I am, when I am really remote I prefer to sleep in the car.

Q3: What is the worst accommodation you have stayed in on The Road Less Traveled? Share a photo!

A3: I met this “beauty” while taking a shower (in Botswana)


Q4: What is the best accommodation you have stayed in on The Road Less Traveled?

A4: Luckily I made a lot of great experiences over the years; this is a recent one; I just got back from Christmas vacation.


Q5: What accommodation advice can you give for The Road Less Traveled?

A5: Use your gut instinct when looking for accommodation.

From Berlin with Love

1 comment:

  1. Hello Dorothée, thanks for your appreciated support of The Road Less Travelled chat! (#TRLT). I really like your idea on posting your answers here, but I'm not a fan of that spider photo! Agree with you regarding the cosy feeling of #TRLT; we attract a diverse range of people that love travelling to diverse destinations so there is a common bond between us all. I cannot claim all the credit for #TRLT for Ariana (@PointChaser) and Savannah (@Sihpromatum) founded the chat with me. Hope to see you at #TRLT again on Tuesday!

    ReplyDelete

Greetings stranger. I always try to be myself and to be a tourist as often as I can. I would love to get in contact with lots of hard travelling tourists who love to be out and about as much as I do. I am looking forward to all your comments. Thanks so much in advance.