We wish we were anywhere but here
Whilst trapped at home, we may be idealising some of our past holidays.
One of the key components of travel, is capturing perfect holiday moments. Here are some of the worst travel pic fails.
1# First trip to Paris
My moms first time visiting Paris from r/youseeingthisshit
2# Waking up at 2.30am, 2-hour drive and 10,000 feet hike to watch the sunrise
Woke up at 230AM to make a 2 hour drive up 10000 feet to see the sunrise atop Haleakala. Have you ever seen such beauty? from r/Wellthatsucks
3# Having your photo taken by someone else
This photo my dad took of me at Machu Picchu from r/Wellthatsucks
4# The "Leaning" Tower of Pisa - changing history
A friend of mine travelled all the way to Italy and somehow managed to take a picture of the leaning tower of Pisa that doesn’t show it leaning 😂 from r/Wellthatsucks
5# Instagram vs. reality
Hard-to-obtain permits for a 10mi hike to see Havasupai Falls from r/Wellthatsucks
6# Unexpected photos
My friend is on vacation in Hawaii, and she asked this man to take a picture of her. He told her, “I got a close up.” Bless this man. from r/Wellthatsucks
7# Visiting construction sites
Rented a car and took a 2 hour drive outside of Berlin to see die rakotzbrücke just to discover the water was drained and the whole area is under construction. from r/Wellthatsucks
8# Room with a view
Went on vacation and paid extra for a room with a view of the mountains. No one mentioned that the snow plow ran right outside our window. from r/Wellthatsucks
9# Magnificent view
Visited Mt Fuji for the first time. The view was magnificent. from r/Wellthatsucks
10# Under construction
Travelled 2,000+ miles to Mt. Rushmore. It is what it is, I guess. from r/Wellthatsucks
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