Face Off: Take a trip during spring break

Lilly Art

Lilly Art

Lilly Art, Reporter

For the majority of the year, people are at home, school or work. They are studying, working, playing sports or hanging out with friends. Often they develop a routine that is boring and repetitive. Spring break provides a week off of this routine, and the best way to truly get a break from this is getting away and traveling somewhere. 

It has been a little more than two years since Covid-19 disrupted almost everything, and people are ready to move on from it. Many have been in and out of quarantine and have been unable to travel anywhere. Now, people are looking to finally be able to go places and to travel again. Covid-19 numbers are steadily decreasing, which means it is safer for people to go places. 

It doesn’t matter where one travels for spring break. It could be hiking in Colorado, camping in Kentucky or swimming at a Florida beach. One could even travel someplace outside of the country like Costa Rica, Cabo or the Bahamas. There are so many different things to experience when traveling, and spring break is the perfect time to do that. 

One doesn’t even have to go anywhere far. Just leaving one’s home and getting a break from their daily routine can be very beneficial. 

There are so many positives to traveling on spring break. People are given the chance to visit with family members who live far away. They can also spend time with and grow closer to whomever they are traveling with. If there is a place one has been wanting to go to but has never found the time to do it, they could go during spring break. 

With some planning and preparation, the possibilities are endless. It is a great chance for all to take a break and to travel someplace they love.