Don’t be afraid to pay to get your laundry done, it’s totally worth it.
VII- Travel Tips During Your Trip
Wake up early.
Try to exercise during your trip.
Eat local food frequently.
Don’t be ashamed to buy souvenirs.
Visit famous and touristy places.
But don’t hesitate to get off the beaten path.
Also, don’t eat at restaurants in touristy places.
Always have snacks with you.
Put down your cellphone and enjoy the moment.
Visit historical places at lunchtime, they are usually less crowded between 12:30 and 13:30.
Go to local markets.
Try new food, even if you think you won’t like it.
Go on free walking tours.
Make friends with locals.
Make friends with other travelers.
VIII- Travel Tips To Live Unforgettable Experiences
Break out of your comfort zone.
Get lost on purpose.
Do something that scares you.
Be spontaneous, say yes to interesting opportunities, don’t stick blindly to your plans.
Experience traveling alone from time to time.
Go somewhere new every year.
If it feels wrong, it’s probably wrong. Don’t take unnecessary risks.
IX- Travel Tips For Photography & Tech
ABC: Always be charging! Charge your power-bank and your devices whenever you have the chance.
Get a local SIM card with Internet Data for your phone.
Always take your camera with you, always!
Don’t forget to take epic photos of what you’re seeing.
Take plenty of photos at sunrise and sunsets.
Cloudy days are actually excellent for portrait photos.
Take more photos of yourself in those places.
Take photos of and with locals.
Save memories, don’t fake memories. Your photos are meant to remind you of good times, not for showing off to others.
X- Travel Tips For Security & Transportation
Don’t wear your purse on one shoulder, but rather wear it around your body.
Never carry your wallet in your back pocket.
Be aware of pickpockets and scams.
Use public transportation in big cities (Paris, New York, Tokyo, etc).
If you need a car then rent it, it’s cheaper than hiring a driver or taking taxis every time.
If you hired a driver take pictures of the car, the license plate, and relevant details about the car and the driver. Just in case.
Never leave any valuables in your car, ever!
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XI- Common Sense
Check if you forgot something in your hotel room before leaving.
Don’t throw trash on the street.
Be Eco-friendly and minimize your trash.
But don’t buy anything made of animal parts!
Don’t take your trip too seriously.
Expect everything to go wrong.
Don’t lose your temper when it does.
Be kind with your travel partner, try to understand each other and avoid getting into an argument or a fight.
Also, a fight doesn’t mean the end of your relationship/friendship, don’t be too proud to apologize.
Compromise, Compromise, Compromise!
Slow down to enjoy your vacation and never let yourself be in a rush.
Keep an open mind and don’t judge other cultures.
Don’t assume that you know more about a country or a culture than the people who actually live there.
Be polite, smile often, and be friendly.
In general, always be respectful.
XII- While On The Road or When You Get Back Home
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