Funny Travellers

funny travellers
funny travellers

unwissender junger mannTravel expands your horizons, both literally, and in terms of learning about new cultures and places. While we always taught that there is no such thing as a silly question, a collection of travel agents and tour operators from around the world have documented 20 of the funniest that they have ever heard, listed below.

From airline passengers:

“How do you wind the window down?”

“I’ve forgotten something, can we turn around?”

“Please can you ask the crew to fly lower the plane as my wife is scared of heights?”

“Excuse me, what’s in the ham and cheese sandwich?”

From a cruise passenger:

“Can I fish off of the cruise ship?”

Visitors to the UK have asked:

“Can you tell me who performs at the circus in Piccadilly?”

“Why did they build so many ruined castles and abbeys in England?”

“What time do you switch the mist off at Dover Castle?”

“Is this where Sharon and Ozzie actually live?” (At Osborne House, Isle of Wight)

“Which bus do I get from the Orkney Islands to the Shetland Islands?”

“What time of night does the Loch Ness Monster surface and who feeds it?”

“Is Edinburgh in Glasgow?”

“Are there any lakes in the Lake District?”

And in Australia:

“Are there supermarkets in Sydney and is milk available all year round?”

“I want to walk from Perth to Sydney – can I follow the railroad tracks?”

“Which direction is north in Australia?”

In the United States:

“Was this man-made?” (At the Grand Canyon)

“How much of the caves is underground?” (At the Carlsbad Caverns National Park)

“Do you know of any undiscovered ruins?” (At the Mesa Verde National Park)


If you have heard any other funny travel comments, please add them in the comments below!