Graham Scutt

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Graham is a twenty year old political science and German student at the University of Western Ontario. His writing generally focuses more on his experiences and how he interprets his surroundings rather than the attractions themselves. Get ready for lots of dry and situational humour.

Four Reasons Why Travelling with Your Parents Is a Blessing in Disguise

Family trips were great—when you were a kid. But now it seems that your family is more of a travel limitation than an asset. When you are with your parents, you lose almost all of your independence, younger siblings can become annoying tag-alongs, and some activities you just can’t do with your family (family outing to a nightclub, anyone?). It’s not all bad, though. Family vacations offer several benefits over travelling solo. Here are four reasons why travelling with your family is a blessing in disguise. They pay! Flights, food, accommodation, and travel costs add up quickly. Fortunately, they usually aren’t your problem when you are on a family vacation. Parents are usually more than willing to spend money on activities that bring the family together, so you should use this to your advantage! Enjoy a few free meals at restaurants, go scuba diving or parasailing, whatever. Just be…