I expect during our forthcoming travels we will have to be ever so often in the right place at the right time. It is quite crucial when tour travelling and if you are not where you should be, then you should expect to be left behind and serves you right. I have no patience for people who can't get their act together and be where they are supposed to be, dawdling towards the door of a coach when they are already late.
To be late seems to be human. But what annoys me more is when you are not late yet everyone is seated in a coach glaring at you as you board. You have returned on time but everyone else came back early and you are now the person holding things up. We have experienced this a few times, with one particular time in Japan at the fore of my mind where we lingered over a cup of sliver service coffee that cost 1 billion yen, each.
Our fellow travellers on the coach did not applaud us when we boarded on time, but their eyes did. Screw them. We were getting out money's worth of our rather good coffee, about what we pay $3 for at home.