The continuation for my A-Z Backpacking Tips…
M is for Money
Currency is very different in each country and this is why money is an important thing to remember. When you arrive at your destination country or place, first check its currency so as you’ll know if the money that is with you can be used in that area. You could also just look for exchanging stores and change your money to the place’s currency.
N is for New Friends
I love to meet new friends and being able to meet new one can make my trips and travels meaningful as well as memorable.
O is for Orlando
Orlando is a very nice place. Orlando is also the name of the chundering, public school buffoon who starred in the YouTube Gap Yah video (tinyurl.com/ygcnbf5). If you’re wondering why I included him on this list, you better watch the video.
P is for Planning
I always thought out a plan before I execute some things. It is because I want that all of my plans will be followed. I don’t want plans to go wasted. And also, so that it will be easier for me during my travels.
Q is for Quitting
I don’t quit. Once I start something, I always complete it. It is also the same in my travel. I always stick to my decision.
R is for Round the world
Ah! My dream. I really want to travel around the world and explore all the things mysterious, cool and awesome.
S is for Snap year
The “snap year” is 2011’s hot trend. If you want to save on everything from eating to travel insurance, and partly by a desire to fit a gap-style experience into a summer break before heading to university, gap-year organisations offer plenty of shorter trips for time-conscious travellers, many of which combine adventure with vocational work.
T is for Toilet
It is inevitable that you will be going in and out of the loo during your travel and that is why I advise you to bring always a hand sanitizing gel, a tissue and maybe a soap, you’ll thank me for this.
U is for Umbrella
You’ll never know when it rains (if you’re not watching weather news) and so to be prepared, you must bring with you an umbrella to protect yourself from the wetness of the rain.
V is for Vilification
There’s a lot of ill-will directed at people on a gap year. I say pay no attention to them.
W is for Work
Traveling is one of the most enjoyable destressor. If ever you are stressed out from work, do travel and see what I mean.
X is for Ex
Should you finish with your boy or girlfriend before leaving? Whether to travel with your lady or laddie love or hit the road single and ready for adventure is one of the biggest dilemmas you’ll face. Many relationships do withstand the rigours of the road – and being together 24/7 – but just as many fall apart in such a radically altered context. Just as tough is trying to keep something going from thousands of miles away with emails and phone calls. Whatever you do, the key thing is to focus on being where you are and making the most of it. How you work the rest of it out is up to you.
Y is for Youth Hostels
You will be spending a lot of time in hostels and you should be able to choose one that is much convenient to your needs as well as satisfactorily good service.
Z is for Zzzzsss
Usually in your travel, sleep will always be disturbed or little. Prepare for a worst case scenario.