Romance on the Road
Get a room. No, really, get a room. Studies show that Canadians like to heat things up between the sheets when they hit the road.
According to last-minute mobile booking platform HotelTonight.com’s global survey “exploring how a night spent at a hotel affects lovemaking in countries around the world,” Canadians like to heat things up between the sheets when booking a night out.
And when ranked with other countries in the survey, overall we posted very similar numbers with our Brit counterparts: “When staying in a hotel, Brits do it on average 2.6 times more than at home, a close comparison to Canadians who make love 2.3 times more.”
So, what are you waiting for? www.hoteltonight.com
53.5% feel more sexually adventurous in a hotel room, and 49 per cent believe they make love more frequently between hotel bed sheets. And what about up in the air?
We’ve all heard of the Mile High Club but how many of us are really members?
In a recent survey of more than 1,000 Canadians, Cheapflights.ca‘s Love, Lust and Travel: A Survey of Canadian Romance on the Road, the 50 to 64 aged participants were active in their answers . The global flight comparison and deals publishing platform found that men are the flirts, with 37 per cent admitting to the act while travelling, while 30 per cent of women would date someone they’ve met on a trip.
And honesty is still the best policy: only 12 per cent of men and three per cent of women pretended to be single while travelling. When it came to packing or purchasing that little extra to spice things up (we’re thinking sex toys and lingerie here), men and women were neck and neck, at 15 and 16 per cent respectively.
Overall, the boys seem to be more open-minded about love on the road: when this age group was asked about membership in the Mile High Club, 29 per cent said they’d join, but only three per cent of the gents and just a half per cent of women actually had.
Frankly, we think the ladies just prefer not to kiss and tell. www.cheapflights.ca
In Cheapflights.ca’s Love, Lust and Travel: A Survey of Canadian Romance on the Road, 10 per cent in the over-65 age group said they would join the Mile High Club, and close to 1.5 per cent were already members.