I want to help speed things up and prevent my mistakes (I often do a lot), so I’ve compiled a long list of my tour top tips, including everything below. Ready. Ninja Fragrance Skills will help you complete your journey.
I have mastered these skills for the last twelve years.
These travel tips can help you save money, get better sleep, stay away from small cars, meet locals and be a better traveler.
1. Make more copies of your passport and important documents.
And don’t forget to send yourself a copy. You never know when you might need to move a particular document and you may not want to move the original. Also, if your passport is stolen, a copy will be useful for a police report.
2. Ask the hotel staff for information, even if you don’t live there.
Hotel staff deal with budget travelers on a daily basis. They know exactly where to eat cheap eats and tourist destinations. Also, they are usually locals, so they know the city very well. Ask them for all kinds of information. Even if you don’t live there, you can come and ask for help. They usually give.
3. Always carry a towel.
This is the key to galaxy stowaway success and common sense. You never know when you’ll need it at the beach, at a picnic or just to dry off. While many hotels provide towels, you never know if a smaller towel adds weight to your bag.
4. Light bag
You can wear the same shirt for several days. Buy half the clothes you think you need…you won’t need as much as you think. Write a list of the essentials, cut it in half, and pack it up! Also, as I said, you won’t have much space for unnecessary things, because you will get a small backpack!
5. Take additional debit and credit cards with you.
A disaster happened. In the event of theft or loss of the card, it is always a good idea to keep a backup copy. You don’t want to be trapped in a new place without money. I once had a map that was copied and frozen. I can’t use it for the rest of the trip. I love getting extra money, I don’t like my friends always borrowing money from me!
6. At least one person travels once.
You will learn a lot about yourself and how to be independent. It’s a cliché, but it’s true. Traveling alone has taught me how to take care of myself, talk to people, and easily deal with unfamiliar situations. It makes me feel good, helps me understand my abilities, makes me very selfish, and allows me to do whatever I want! If you haven’t done this before, but have done it at least once, it may take some getting used to. Disturb yourself and surprise yourself. When you’re challenged, you’ll gain valuable life skills!
7. Don’t be afraid to use the card.
Looking like a tourist isn’t as bad as getting lost and being in the wrong place. Don’t be afraid to use the map or ask for directions, look like a tourist. After all, you are alone! I always use maps when traveling. It can help you get where you want!
8. But don’t be afraid to get lost on purpose.
Wandering around a new, aimless city is a great way to get to know it, get away from hard-to-reach places, and get away from tourists. Hidden gems found may surprise you. I love walking and navigating without using Google Maps!
9. Be sure to visit your local tourist office.
They know everything that happens in the city. They can provide you with free activities, special occasions during your stay, and everything in between. They even offer discounts on attractions and transportation. Their job is to help you better understand your destination. The number of travelers skipping this step while visiting a place is staggering, but as an experienced traveler, you know how to use this resource! This is arguably one of the least used travel tips in the world. Take advantage of the tourist office! For savings!
10. Do not buy belts – idiots.
The thief knows they are there and others can see them and almost shout: “Look at me, I’m a rich tourist! Get the hell out of here!” The more you immerse yourself in the area and act like a local, the easier it is to strike a deal while avoiding flattery. If pickpockets bother you, pay more attention to your belongings!
11. Take only what you need with you when you leave the house.
Reduce the amount of cash and debit cards you carry with you so you can easily recover from an accident. Do not carry more than one credit or debit card with you. My money rule is to limit the number of things you wear to $50.
12. Carry the lock with you.
They are especially useful when you live in a dorm and need to lock things up. Carry a small padlock with you when traveling. Don’t use a key with a key, because if you lose the key, you’re done!
13. Make sure you are using a free debit card.
Don’t give your hard-earned money to the bank. Leave it to yourself and spend it on your travels. Get credit and debit cards without international transaction fees or ATM fees. Traveling long distances, a few dollars they earn each time will really go up!