Published at Monday, April 15th, 2019 - 02:20:24 AM. Travelling. By Cateline Bruneau.
If you plan to stay a week or longer in one place, consider a peer-to-peer rental such as Airbnb or HomeAway so you can cook, have privacy and still spend less on lodging than at hotels. Instead of paying for tours, explore cities and towns on foot and use public transportation when necessary. Buy local maps and guidebooks so you don’t get lost. If you stay at hostels or other shared living spots, fellow travelers can often offer valuable insights.
We go into a country, a city, and a town with a list of the must-do activities, and then we like to just walk around and immerse ourselves in the local day to day activities and heartbeat of the place, and get tips and information from the locals. And of course, meeting and talking with fellow backpackers who have walked the road you plan to travel, is always invaluable!
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