Bizarre Requests In Travel

Bizarre Requests In Travel

It takes all sorts, and this also applies to the world of travel. Take a look at these hilarious requests by travellers. Can these people be for real?

  1. Can you please book the honeymoon suite for us and another couple?
  1. Can you please plan a honeymoon for me, my bride, and my mother?
  1. Can you guarantee that no pet has ever been in the hotel room?
  1. Can I fish off of the cruise ship?
  1. Do they speak English in Britain?
  1. Can you book two rooms in different parts of the resort — one for me and my wife, and the other for my girlfriend?
  1. Is our relationship like a client/lawyer relationship?
  1. Does the crew actually sleep onboard the cruise ship?
  1. Don’t tell my fiancée this is where I took my first wife for our honeymoon.
  1. I would like to go somewhere where there are NOT a lot of men.
  1. I’d like to meet Elvis.
  1. I’d like to get married in the Caribbean on an island where the marriage is not legal in the US.
  1. Will there be shadows on my face at 4pm, when the pictures are taken?
  1. Will you watch my pet while I’m away?
  1. Are there toll roads on the way to Hawaii?
  1. How can I get to Europe without going by air or sea?
  1. I’d like to visit Scotland and Denmark on the same trip. (Agent then tells client he does not have time in his schedule to travel the distance.) But, they’re only an inch apart on the map!
  1. Can you set it up so that the whales jump in the background at the same time I’m proposing to my girlfriend?
  1. Can you ask the airline to block the seat next to me so I can stretch out?
  1. I don’t want a window seat on the plane because I just had my hair done.



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Bewitched by the magic of France, Melissa Jane Cook is an intrepid explorer. A lover of traversing the globe, she eagerly absorbs different cultures and laps up the magnificent oceanic experiences. Wooed by words and writers alike, her penchant for facials, chocolate, owls and bugs, is surpassed only by her fascination with the stage aglow in lights or bookshelves that heave with stories, where characters invite her along on their marvellous journeys.