Frequent travellers are often the object of envy and curiosity because, honestly, who wouldn't be curious about someone living the jet-setter life we all aspire to have? But while we are brimming with questions about their next destination, how they manage their work schedules and more, there are definitely queries that are best left unasked. Curious? Read on to find out which questions you should never ask frequent travellers and why these Qs shouldn't even cross your mind.
"Why do you spend so much money on travelling?"
Ah, here it is, the most common question. It's often a misconception that people who often travel have a lot of greens in their wallet. However, the true reason is that these people value experiences more than material possessions. They know that money is the root of happiness but they know how powerful of an enabler it can be. And more often than not, frequent travellers work as hard as they play, giving them entitlement in owning their spending habits.
"Why don't you visit other places?"
This is another common question asked to frequent travellers, especially when they're a known return-visitor to a certain destination. Don't get us wrong; it is a valid inquiry. However, instead of asking this, why not ask them what makes them go back to one place over and over? Those who love to travel know what it feels like to fall in love with a different culture and consider a foreign place their second home and you should focus more on asking about that than their decision to keep coming back.