Mix our personal items into each checked bag (assuming we have more than one). That way if one of our bags gets lost, we both still have some clothing and personal items. Don’t keep all of your cash and cards in one spot. I usually hide some cash and a
The idea of taking a trip around the world might sound like an impossible dream if you’re not rich, but there are practical ways to do it. You might have to live with fewer belongings and skip fancy hotels and meals. But who knows? That might just add to the
You may find credit cards to be a handy tool for many of your travel needs, such as booking flights and, of course, paying merchants. Some cards let you earn airline miles to cut down the cost of air travel, whereas others have no foreign transaction fees. This lets you
During travelling you will meet people that are very different from you. If you travel enough, you will learn to accept and appreciate these differences. Traveling makes you more open and accepting.
Have you ever gotten to that epic sunset photo spot and realized your camera battery is dead and you don’t have a back up? I try to bring at least three camera batteries on all of our trips so that we don’t miss out on that perfect shot. Sarongs can
Travel is the activity of going from one place to another place. When a person makes the same trip every day to work or school, this type of travelling is usually called ”commuting.” Some people travel to other cities as part of their job. This is called ”business travel.” Some
After arriving home from a long journey, a lot of travellers experience that they are much more motivated than they were before they left. During your trip you may learn things that you will want to try at home as well. You may want to test your new skills and
In my early twenties, I was very good about keeping a copy of my passport in a separate bag from my actual passport. Then I got lazy. Recently, a friend of mine lost her passport at the airport. She was told that if she had brought a copy of it
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.
As you pack, focus on taking clothes for different climates and bring handy items such as a Swiss Army knife and reusable bottle for your carry-on luggage. Street markets let you taste the local food for cheap, but make sure you know how to avoid getting sick from unsanitary conditions.
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