MoapaPk wrote:Most of my trips have absolutely no other people in sight, maybe for days. But I also enjoy seeing people on occasion-- I'm wired that way, I guess. Some people get their human interaction from postings on the internet; some get it from actually talking with other people in person.
Sometimes when you see a lot of people at a restaurant, it's because that restaurant is good.
Actually I really don't mind seeing people when I am hiking. Even on remote outings I quite like meeting somebody.
I enjoy many trails in Yosemite even when bumping into dozens of people all making the same comment that they want to travel as my 3-year old daughter does. It's all good!
What I really don't enjoy is waiting in line with hundreds of others making one step every 10-15 seconds or so.
Interestingly enough, when they tell me that I have to wait 20-30 minutes to be seated at a restaurant, I usually turn around and find a more suitable place. I am wired that way, I know that!