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Posted by on Aug 23, 2016 in Cheap Traveling, Hitchhiking, Traveler's Journey |

A Traveler’s Journey – Tips and Tricks

A Traveler’s Journey – Tips and Tricks

As a travel enthusiast and culture lover, I visited a lot of different countries and continents, not to mention people and cultures, and I liked all of that. I left my home in America, as a very young man, and since then I never once regretted it. Of course, now that I’m back, I can be proud of all experience, all the friends I met and all the cultures I learned about, and as such, I can say there are a few things every traveler should know.


Here is a collection of the crucial pieces of advice to help every traveler stay calm and get the most out of each travel.

1. Be patient

Patience is one of the most important things you need to have. We tend to get angry and panic each time there is a problem, but if you cannot predict or control the thing, why sweat about it? Getting angry and stressed is completely unnecessary, if you missed a bus, there would surely be another one, there is nothing you can do about it, so just wait and be patient.

2. Don’t spend the day sleeping

If you are a traveler, then you know how beautiful days can be, how much amazing thing you can see in just a few minutes, and you know wasting it isn’t the option. Wake up early, get ready and make each day your adventure, even when you’re in your hometown there is always something new you can see.

Everything is easier during the day, there is no danger anything will happen to you, and your pictures will be amazing, sunlight is perfect when it comes to traveling.

3. Why so serious?

I already mentioned getting angry and stressed won’t get you anything good, same goes for seriousness and embarrassment.

During each travel, you will get in situations that might make you feel embarrassed, but that’s just unavoidable, so don’t sweat it. Laugh at yourself, even when you make a mistake, laugh about it with others laughing at you. It might even bond you with other people.

4. Always have cash

Even though the money isn’t something that should worry you, it often does. Just to be sure, always bring some extra cash with yourself, emergencies are often bound to happen, and they will often require you to have some money with you. If you lose a wallet, a couple of hundred dollars in your sock, shoe or backpack will surely save you.

5. Always pack a scarf

The scarf is just one of the things that have saved me numerous times, all over the world. It can be used as a mask, and it can protect you from the sun and most importantly it can be used as a bag.

Not to mention that it is a fabulous accessory to every outfit, practicality makes it an unavoidable item in your traveling backpack. I can’t even list and remember each situation where scarf saved my head.

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