4. He doesn't make demands
Our father enjoys staying at opulent hotels and dining at fine establishments where he can typically find anything he would desire or require. However, when we went to Mangalure unprepared, we were unable to reserve a lux hotel, so he remained at a modest hotel with no restaurant facilities.
5. He's inquisitive
Traveling allows you to explore any lingering questions you may have about the world, which is one of its many benefits. My dad recognizes this as a naturally curious person. He enjoys exploring a subject further by posing inquiries and digging further to learn more about a location or population.
6. He has patience.
My sister is that obnoxious person who likes to take pictures every 5 minutes or so, if she is travelling with someone and she want to be in the photo, it's up to her fortunate travel companion to get the correct angle. My dad is nearly always the patient one, at least when it comes to snapping pictures, whilst the other person usually becomes frustrated and irritated.
7. He makes an excellent travelling buddy
Without grumbling about the food, the weather, or anything else, he travelled 1500 miles on the road with me while I was collecting plant species for my research. He does this because he understands the value of travel experiences. Like they say, “Have stories to tell not stuff to show” my dad gets that.