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25 Rookie Travel Mistakes NOT TO MAKE

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My TOP 25 Rookie / Beginner Travel Mistakes NOT TO MAKE on your travels! Learn from my mistakes, these are all things I’ve done and learnt from.

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16 Comments

  1. Always carry food with u. N tea/coffee stuff . U never know how your day is going to go and whether or not you will like the local cuisine. No harm in packing some extra food just in case

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  2. My Tip: Take a day off, once a week … to take care of housekeeping, laundry, extra sleep, etc. I personally like to sleep, have breakfast in bed, read up on local history and special sights to see. After, I have recharged, go out to see or do something I had not thought of in my original plans.

    On my last jam-packed trip to India, I usually travelled (solo) every two days either by overnight train or a short flight, or an 8 hour drive to get to a really out-of-the-way place. I included a day off, once a week, otherwise I would have been exhausted!

    This is particularly important when travelling with another person. You can go your separate ways, to do anything you want, without bruising your relationship.

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  3. Great advice! I wish I had known some of these tips when I started traveling as well… I've had to learn the hard way for most of them as well. Also, I love your map shirt!

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  4. Don't forget to set alarms if you have to catch planes trains boats etc the next day, especially if your departure is very early. When visiting Peru my friends and I had to catch a train from Cusco to aguas calientes (the town nearest to Machu Picchu) at 5:30 am, and we forgot to set our alarm to wake up. It was a stroke of luck that a rooster crowed at like 5 and woke us up, and we were staying at a hostel that was very near the train station, but our adventure came very close to having a very disappointing dead end. Always double check your alarms right before going to bed

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  5. knowing the country $$$ i.e. ( $ 100,000.00 or $ 10,000.00 ) , know where you are going when using a taxi ( drivers will go the long way to get you there costing you more. )

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  6. if you are planning on bringing alcohol from the country that you are visiting, Duty Free is your go to store!!

    If you are in Europe, make sure you carry a physical copy of the metro routes with you. Also make sure you highlight the nearest metro station from your hotel.

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