Are you leaving your country to explore a new world of people, culture, food, adventure and lots more…then this is the page you must have a look at. Below are the core points to keep in mind if you that will explain you how to plan the best trip around world. Just go for it and get started travelling.
“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” Rightly said. So why not to read the entire book. Below are a few tips that you help you make your journey a memorable one!
1) Pack wisely
You don’t need a shampoo, conditioner, a deep conditioner, a detangler, a comb, a brush and all the 12 pairs of shoes stacked in. Its possible to buy most of the things at your destination country if you discover you need them. Packing less with only the most essential things can help you out in several ways.
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2) Know the In and Outs
Research a bit about the basic rules and regulations of the country. This helps you not to get into trouble at any cost of time. Also do a research on what you wanna explore out. For instance if you are interested in trekking, its better to sort out the best trek clubs for that place and visit the one you prefer. Its always good to have a plan on the means of transport to reach the spot if you are exploring a far distance place.
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3) Eat Local Food
Taste a bit of food from every region you travel, especially if you don’t know what it is. Ask local people for suggestions based on your interests. Eat street food from vendors with big lines out front. You will not know the real taste of a country until you taste it. Let your taste buds explore like you do.
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4) Click a Lot
Memories lasts for a longer time than anything else. So why not to click the gist of your journey in a camera. You might visit that place and meet those people once in your lifetime. Remember them forever with plenty of photos. They don’t cost anything but matter a lot. Start at sunrise to have the best attractions all to yourself. It’s also a magical time for photos due to the tender light.
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5) Practice Back Up
Make a habit to back up important documents like passport, visa, birth and identity certificates etc with both hard and soft copy on an external drive or cloud. Note down few emergency phone numbers so that you can get in touch with them if screwed up.
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6) Carry Cash Always
Cards are untrustworthy. Try to keep cash with you as you will be left out without a penny if the ATM machine is not working. Also its very essential to keep money in an unusual place other than you wallet like your backpack, a patch on your bag you carry always, socks. This saves you when you forget to carry your wallet.
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7) Communicate Friendly
Communication always does not mean speaking fluently. Your eye contact, smile, walk, body language. All this counts for a good communication. Its okay to be in Spain even if you do not know Spanish. You might have to take the first step to initiate a talk with a smile and a good gesture. Its all that takes to know more about the people and place where you are.
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Lastly, stay calm and be patient if your stuck. Breathe in for a moment and act on the next step. If not Plan A, execute Plan B.
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