Whilst going on holiday once used to mean having to be treated like cattle on package holidays, now we can all enjoy a little more flexibility thanks to the rise of DIY travelling.
This has been brought about courtesy of the free flow of information through digital technologies that has meant that whether it’s accommodation sites like Airbnb, visiting home restaurants via EatWith or even exploring casino culture through Royal Flush Casino, we can all live like a local and find a holiday that’s perfectly suited to our individual needs.
It’s the burgeoning sharing economy that’s done much to stimulate the DIY travel experience. Airbnb has recently revamped its Australian service and has enabled many tourists to visit the extravagant shopping districts of Melbourne and the glamorous casinos of Sydney’s Darling Harbour without having to visit the often-sterile hotel environment.
It’s the personalised local expertise of Airbnb that has endeared it to many travellers as each host is able to provide a different experience of living in a specific location. Much like Royal Flush Casino have thrived thanks to the way that their website allows the gamer a quick an easy way to find a game of their choice, Airbnb have an easily customisable search feature via their site and app that can help the user find a location suited to their taste and budget.
This is much in the same way that entertainment sites have aided the 21st century traveller as Red Flush Casino has become the best online casino to play slot machines thanks to the way in which it has a broad range of playing options and promotions depending on the player expertise.
And the increasingly popular Likealocalguide resource has also provided a wide range of information that enables travellers to customise their own walking tours, museum visits and gaming entertainment thanks to an app that is constantly updated from expert local sources.
It’s become clear that modern travel businesses and entrepreneurs are increasingly relying upon smartphone technology to help them assist the modern traveller. This can be seen in the likes of regionally targeted and accessible gaming resources like Royal Flush Casino that have a website that’s able to receive deposits and make payouts regardless of the user location.
However, it’s become clear that traditional industries and government legislation has been slow to keep up with the likes of Royal Flush Casino who’ve managed to use the internet overcome the old-fashioned and restrictive gambling laws. Furthermore the taxi service Uber recently became legal in Western Australia and its rapid rollout across the world signals yet another way that the shareable economy has provided a dramatic shake-up to traditional services that can assist the global traveller in finding their hotel, airport or even casino.
And with other online innovations such as EatWith giving travellers the chance to enjoy a homecooked meal in a local’s house, it’s clear that it’s not just hotels, casinos and taxis that have been given a 21st century revamp!