Well, well, well, look who decided to slum it in a hotel instead of experiencing the pure joy of sleeping in the great outdoors. That’s right, folks, we’re talking about those so-called “travelers” who think that staying in a hotel is somehow better than camping. Ha! As if.
Let’s start with the obvious: camping is just plain better than staying in a hotel. For one, you get to be outside in nature, surrounded by trees and fresh air instead of trapped in some stuffy room with questionable hygiene practices. I mean, who wants to breathe in recycled air when you could be inhaling the sweet smell of pine needles and campfire smoke? Not me, that’s for sure.
And let’s talk about the bugs. Sure, you might get a mosquito bite or two while camping, but at least you know what you’re dealing with. Unlike in hotels, where you could wake up covered in bedbug bites and have no idea how long those little bloodsuckers have been feasting on you. Gross.
Oh, and don’t even get me started on how filthy hotels are. I mean, sure, you can try to pretend like everything is clean and tidy, but we all know the truth. Those sheets have probably never been washed, and who knows what kind of bacteria is lurking on those remote controls and doorknobs. And let’s not forget about the bathroom situation. I don’t know about you, but I’d much rather pee in the woods than in some sketchy hotel bathroom with questionable plumbing.
So, to all you hotel lovers out there, I say this: keep on living in your sanitized, sterile little bubble. Meanwhile, I’ll be out here enjoying the beauty of nature, getting bitten by mosquitoes, and reveling in the fact that I’m not sleeping in a bed full of bedbugs. Camp on, my friends.
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