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Best Travel Tips

Best Travel Tips

Best Travel Tips

Know your hotel information.

If a) your baggage is lost or delayed; b) you miss your connection and will be late checking in; or c) you are going to a destination you’ve never visited before, you’ll want to have complete contact information for your hotel on your person. Before you leave home, print out the hotel’s name, address and phone number, and program the latter into your cell phone. This simple action will keep you away from trouble . 

Wake Up Early To Avoid Crowds

Rise before sunrise to have the best attractions all to yourself while avoiding large tourist crowds. It’s also a magical time for photos due to soft diffused light, and it’s usually easier to interact with locals getting ready for their day.

Wear Sunscreen

This is just something that you must do  every day, but it’s especially important while traveling. You do not want to look like a lobster

Wear your Comfortable Fantasy Sandals shoes!

It is very important to have comfy shoes for walk .You do no want to miss the next adventure because your feet are killing you .So pick out your  favorite Fantasy sandals pair  and enjoy the day !

  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.

Slow Down To Enjoy Your Trip

Please don’t try to cram 6 countries into 6 weeks of travel. All the good stuff happens when you really take the time to explore. You’ll learn about activities that aren’t in your guidebook and meet people who are eager to show you around.

Take Lots Of Epic Travel Photos

Pay attention to this travel tip. You may only see these places & meet these people once in your lifetime. Remember them forever with plenty of photos! Don’t worry about looking like a “tourist”. Great photos are the ultimate souvenirs.

Learn A Few Foreign Words

There’s no need to be fluent in order to visit a foreign country. However, one tip I’ve learned is to master a few phrases in the local language can improve your travel experience. Hello, please, thank you, nice to meet you, excuse me, sorry, and “can I take your portrait” are some of my favorites.

Pre-plan Your Outfits

You might be  lazy, last-minute packer, so you have  spent too many trips with all black or all grey outfits because you didn’t plan my outfits before packing. Bu don’t you look back at photos and wish you had put more effort into packing?

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