Hey! Before you go, you should know...

by - August 16, 2019

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You don't need to be rich to travel the world!

You just need to plan well and economise in all the necessary areas so... instead of buying that bottle of nail polish that you probably won't have the time to use anyway or that bottle of soda that isn't good for your health, just think that the cost of those items could possibly buy you a single or even return ticket for the bus or train when you arrive at your travel destination.

Now let's talk about getting there.

Planning in advance is one of the best things you can do if you want to have a smooth trip but sometimes spontaneous trips can be much more exciting than a planned one ever could be so you need to keep that in mind.

You must analyse yourself as a traveller before you travel. Are you the traveller that wants to experience your destination as a tourist, do you want to experience it as a native or would you like to get the best of both worlds?

Here are some questions you should ask yourself. Do I like taking the bus? Yes, it may seem to be an odd question but many travellers prefer an authentic experience that they would never do in their home countries (in addition to it being quite cost-friendly). Do I like crowded places? Is nature my "comfort zone"? Am I concerned about my appearance? Do I like to try new things? All of these questions among others, however odd they may seem may predict your destination as well as the activities that you take part in when you arrive. It is unlikely that someone who doesn't like sand would visit the desert so if you don't like winter for example, it would be quite odd for you to go to Norway in December unless of course it is to visit family or maybe to attend a friend's wedding.

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