Teabags picture by Flickr user dullhunk
Everywhere, it seems! More than a quarter of British holidaymakers have to take teabags with them on holiday.
The research by Norwegian Cruise Line found 26.5% of Brits can’t leave home without their teabags, and a surprising 24% want to feel their holiday is a home away from home by packing their slippers.
Reasons for going away on holiday were mainly to escape the British weather, while 6% wanted to get away from their neighbour and 5% their partner!
The survey of over 2,000 people also found that one in five passengers have holiday superstitions or rituals, such as avoiding the number 13 in their seat number, hotel room or floor, and wearing the same outfit every time they travel.
Francis Riley, Norwegian’s vice president and general manager, international, said “British holidaymakers appreciate being able to explore new experiences on holidays, however like to have their home comforts and traditions with them as well.”
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