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People when decide to go anywhere, he inquired about everything, and does preparation accordingly. But, people forget to think about drinking water. So people should not use drinking water, where they go. They should use mineral water only. We should try to clean the place where we visit. No use of plastic. And try to plant atleast one tree over there with an oath to lookafter that when we visit again.
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Always choose homestays or hostels over hotels for stay....as meeting people from various background is always enriching and make your trip memorable....Also always try to local side of particular place
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Go minimalist with your luggage and expectations.
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Travel with less laggauge have some fun , explore the best places and people , try to find local food which will famous in that region 😋🍝
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When on a trip, think of it as going back to nursery. Unlearn and then learn again anew about the destination. It's important to allow the place some time to introduce itself, be it it's places to visit, the people or the food. Get to know the place so a part of it becomes your own. Going to a new place is not as special as returning with a part of it imbibed in your personality. An experience of a lifetime is one which stays forever, and what better way to keep something forever than making it a part of you? So the bets way of making a travel experience memorable is by keeping a part of your brain canvas empty for the new place to fill in the colors just like a little child, who first learns the alphabets and then one day reads and writes to conquer the world. Travel in itself is a way to conquer to world then why not use the basic way of doing it? In my opinion, experimentation is part and parcel of growing up and it is important, but the basics definitely have to be in place... Same goes with traveling!!
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Celebrate every moment, especially the bad ones. Learning how to deal with them makes you a better traveler. Its a part of traveling. Sometimes those bad moments turn into your most memorable moment. Also pack light, always carry some cash, use local transport.
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If you're traveling Internationally or domestic do not have high expectations . And once you're there LIVE IN THE MOMENT. Try things there you never thought you would ever . Consider yourself the most lucky person and have fun like there's no tomorrow! ✨
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If planning solo trip than just don't behave like introvert ,but be open with someone you be comfortable soon with him or her .Be very passionate about knowing something while traveling , and if you really want to enjoy the trip thn go for road trip with your loved ones or plan a trip little far from where you live and prefer public transport for traveling like trains and buses ,😄😄 you will definitely enjoy your trip 💯
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Ask localities for the best places to visit. Google only tells you the top tourist attractions which are most cosy. Localities can tell you the best places which are silent and can actually make you feel the tradition and culture of the city you are travelling. Try to be a traveller not a tourist.
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"Itinerary is a myth". Don't be an itinerary-nazi, pack your bags, book the tickets or grab your keys and travel the way your heart wants.
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Do not have any expectations and always remember journey is more memorable than the destination itself so see it more like a journey than like travel . Then comes other stuff like pack light , keep the proper medications and always have a powerbank .
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Never take any pressure ,you are going to chill if some places you miss or some adventures you missed no need to worry it will hamper your next day plan,must say one sentence trip is all about go with the flow and enjoy every glow. Just pack your bag and be like explorer(tafreebazz)
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Don't look like a tourist.
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You are never too old for a trip. Keep all your stress aside and enjoy the trip to its fullest. Do not have a packed schedule as you are bound to either miss a few places or you won't be able to enjoy every place to its fullest. Keep your cell phones and power banks charged. Google translate is very helpful if you do not speak the same language. Download the language dictionary before hand and also the maps of the place as internet is not available everywhere. Always keep a backup transport plan ready which will be helpful under unavoidable circumstances. Travel light. Do carry drinking water and bandaid.
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Confidence..
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Meet new people wherever you go... Increase your belongingness.. share experiences.. laugh together and keep in touch..
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Indulge into the sports which you are afraid of doing.. dar k aage jeet hai
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Adjust yourself according to facilities and environment of your travel place to make the best of it!
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Just do one thing even if u forget to take smething dnt get mad . just smile and enjoy the trip wid all u got smetym people just forget things get mad and irritate and destroy the trip rest do watever best u can do to enjoy every moment of your trip .
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My ideas for Best Travel experience are below, 1.Be Flexible We always plan for delays and try not to get upset when things inevitably go wrong. Patience is extremely important when traveling! 2. Make a List About a week or so before each trip, I make a mental list of items I don’t want to forget — which I WILL forget if I don’t write them down. I’ve learned that when I think of something, I need to write it down 3.Learn Common Phrases of the Local Language A simple “Please,” “Thank you,” and “I’m sorry” in the local language goes a long way. I also like to learn the word for beer, but that’s just me. 4.Don’t Forget an Extra Camera Battery (or Two) 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. 5.Pre-plan Your Outfits I’m a lazy, last-minute packer, so I’ve spent too many trips with all black or all grey outfits because I didn’t plan my outfits before packing. I look back at photos and wish I had put more effort into packing 6.Put Electronics, Medications, Toothbrush, and an Extra Pair of Underwear in Your Carry-on A few important items should always go in your carry-on. A swimsuit is also a good idea if you are going on a beach vacation. You can buy most of these things if your bag gets lost, but having them in your carry-on will save you money and time if your luggage gets lost in transit 7.Bring Lotion in Your Carry-on I fill both sides of a contact lens case with hydrating lotion because they rarely have it in the lavatories and airplane cabins are exceptionally dry. 8.Put Your Room Number & Hotel Address in Your Phone Am I the only one who can’t remember my hotel room number?? There has to be others out there like me. 9.Ask The Locals We always ask the locals to point us to the best restaurants, awesome spots to watch the sunset, the best coffee shops, etc. I do like to tell people what type of food I’m craving though. I’ve been led to some interesting restaurants that wouldn’t have been my first choice. 10.Book Early for Cheap Flights Flights are always the first thing I book when planning a trip — sometimes I do this nearly a year in advance! For the most part, the earlier you book, the better price you will get. Airfare rarely goes down in price unless there is a sale
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