Are women better than men at travel?

Witty fact-based infographic tackles thorny issue
Who is better at the fine art of travel, women or men? This thorny and rather controversial question is tackled in a witty infographic created by the US-based travel-sized toiletry company Squeeze Pod.
“Studies reveal that men are more absent-minded than women when it comes to travel,” the infographic says. Men, however, tend to be better at sniffing out the best travel deals. But when it comes to choosing accommodation, 48% of both men and women say that their main focus is to find the best value for money.
The infographic in full can be found here. Squeeze Pod has made a number of other insightful infographics, for example this one about the Top 8 Accessories for Easy Business Travel.
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