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How can we improve your travel experience?
Travel is fun, but it can also be hard. We came up with scenarios of travel problems and possible solutions. Tell us about your experiences and if these relate to you.

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Scenario 1: Mr. Egghead is confused where to go for a vacation.
Does your "travel mood" vary (partying/clubbing, romantic, relaxation, adventure, etc.)?
How does it impact your choice of destination?
Your answer
Scenario 2: Mark is tired of touristy sites and wants an authentic experience.
Recall some memorable activities that stand out while traveling. Did you want to experience local culture and did those activities help?
Feel free to tell us a story.
Your answer
Tell us about a time a friend visited you. Where did you take them?
What led you to take them there?
Your answer
Scenario 3: Mark wants to make the most of his business trip.
Tell us about a recent business trip: did you do anything besides business? If so, what?
Your answer
Scenario 4: Julia needs blog stories & Mark needs local guide.
Do you run a blog, but run out of content to write about?
Would your audience enjoy something like this?
Your answer
Scenario 5: Going out for a date at your travel destination ;)
Would you be interested in meeting someone when you're traveling and maybe go out on a date with them?
What are your opinions on this?
Your answer
How would you feel about showing a foreign traveler around your town? Or taking them on a date?
Your answer
Ratings
Rate each problem scenario based on how important it is to you. A five (5) means that you identify with the story and it's really important to you.
Scenario 1: Mr. Egghead is confused where to go for a vacation.
His problem isn't important.
That's an important problem!
Scenario 2: Mark is tired of touristy sites and wants an authentic experience.
His problem isn't important.
I'm intrigued.
Scenario 3: Mark doesn't have time but wants to make the most of his business trip. Skip this if it isn't relevant to you.
His problem isn't important to me.
I can totally relate with Mark!
Scenario 4: Julia needs blog stories. Skip this if it doesn't apply to you.
Her problem isn't important to me.
That's an important problem!
Scenario 5: Going out for a date at your travel destination?
Not interested.
Hell, yeah!
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