Published at Monday, April 15th, 2019 - 00:11:58 AM. Travelling. By Denissa Legros.
Pack only what you can carry on your back, if possible. Consider getting a travel backpack designed to work as an airline carry-on bag. Not only can this help you avoid losing luggage between flights, but you won’t have to pay extra fees for checking bags or for overweight items. The cost for one bag is around $25 for many airlines, but that cost can go up to $250 if you take 10 flights during your time abroad. You might pay even more if you decide to take smaller trips within a country. Plus, if a checked bag is over the weight limit, it can easily cost you $100 per flight.
You get great knowledge and insight by hanging with the locals, it costs you less, and is a more authentic travelling experience! We roughed it from Kenya to Cape Town using nothing but public transport – it was amazing! Everyone has different personalities, likes, dislikes, budgets, and comfort levels.
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