While riding the bus, train, or plane, people have listened to music for decades. From the early Discman days to the more recent iPhone, music has been consumed regularly and happily on these long treks. But in this day and age, other forms of entertainment have grown to be just as popular—such as podcasts and audiobooks. When it comes to traveling, in particular, here’s why audiobooks are a no-brainer.
The Best of Both Worlds
In addition to music, reading books has always been another popular thing that people do on planes. Audiobooks are a nifty combination of these two worlds. You can enjoy the cinematic feel of a story being told to you over hours, without having to actually read it yourself.
Close your eyes, relax, and nod off as a book is being read to you by some of the best narrators in the business. Not only that, but nowadays, audiobook producers have gone above and beyond to make sure that the listening experience is of the highest quality. It’s an awesome, acceptable way to be read to, just like when you were a kid. If you have a long plane ride and a book to finish, what could be better than someone else reading to you?