The main study
was led by Dr. Jeroen Nawijn, a senior lecturer in Tourism at the NHTV
Breda University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands. The results:
"Vacationers reported a higher degree of pre-trip happiness, compared to
non-vacationers, possibly because they are anticipating their holiday.
Only a very relaxed holiday trip boosts vacationers' happiness further
after return. Generally, there is no difference between vacationers' and
non-vacationers' post-trip happiness."
CW8888: So planning is useless?
Uncle8888 is planning for Round 3 to Hong Kong next month.
In Round 3, he hopes to cover the rest of the more popular places of attractions that were not previously covered in Round 1 &2 as indicated in the map:
Hopefully, there is no need for Round 4 for discovering Hong Kong via BMW (Bus, MTR, Walking the trails).
After this, planning to discover our neighboring state via BW (Bus and Walk)
So near and some more cheaper. Never discover them all?
Last updated : 14 Sep 2020
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