2019-12-31 11:57:38 UTC
Don't laugh but we are going on a short coach tour of a part of
Scotland next month. Apart from the presumption that coach tour
operators probably know more about what to see and how to get there
than someone like me who has only ever been to Edinburgh and
Aberfeldie, the five day/four night break, including excursions, is
costing substantially less than the cheapest return rail fare that I
The question is, do people give tips on trips like this? If so, who
and how much? I realise some people rely on tips to make a decent
living (especially when the holiday is priced so low, somebody,
somewhere must be underpaid) but that others may be insulted by the
offer. I've never actually been on a coach holiday before and I don't
know where to begin.
I didn't try split ticketing: does that still work now they have
supposedly "simplified" the pricing?