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    Re: Does travelling make you tired?

    Getting to airports in plenty of time can be such a stress! It's probably more the fact that 'I don't sleep properly the night before when I have a morning flight' thing that I have going on......
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    Re: Does travelling make you tired?

    I live 8 miles from our nearest hospital. I was going on the bus to it one day & got off to stops later as I was asleep when the bus passed the hospital!!
    I can sleep in cars, buses, trains but not on planes, where I would be very glad to sleep for at least a couple of hours

    Hate having to wait around at airports...so boring.....apart from Singapore,theres loads to see there Plus, if we're travelling international, our airlines insist that we check in at least 3 hours before the flight

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    Re: Does travelling make you tired?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kekka View Post
    Getting to airports in plenty of time can be such a stress! It's probably more the fact that 'I don't sleep properly the night before when I have a morning flight' thing that I have going on......
    I can relate to that Kekka......
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    Re: Does travelling make you tired?

    Yes, I do find long trips tiring even though I snooze in the car or the plane.
    I dont usually get motion sickness though - unless it is a very turbuent plane trip or very curly roads when driving.

    I dont get any more tireder than usual when on the actual lholiday - its just a temporary thing from the long streches of travelling.

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    Re: Does travelling make you tired?

    No, never does....it's usually the stop in the middle that exhausts me.
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    Re: Does travelling make you tired?

    I think it depends on where your going and with whom.

    I simply love all holidays, and when I get back I find it hard to get back to "normal". The only thing I hate about travelling is the crappy, lumpy beds and pillows, but the actual getting there and back is just part of the journey.
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    Re: Does travelling make you tired?

    I never want to come home even on a day trip

    I don't mind short flights but long haul is draining I find but better going than coming back
    Richard Branson is delveloping a plane that will go the the edge of space & cruise there.......London to Sydney in two hours apparently... Book me in!!
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    Re: Does travelling make you tired?

    I only tend to get tired when it amounts to a really long time travelling to and from. Like getting up at 2am NZ time to catch the first flight of the day back home, landing at 7am or thereabouts in Brisbane and keeping busy during the day until it was late enough to go to bed, around 10pm.

    Short trips don't bother me at all, unless it is the same thing - needing to be awake and alert for nearly 24hrs straight before getting to sleep.
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    Re: Does travelling make you tired?

    I am still tired..lol
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    Re: Does travelling make you tired?

    Oh yeah,, and big time, but then that is all part of the fun hey
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