“the world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” – Saint Augustine.
If you’re not traveling more often, then you’re probably making excuses such as Lack of money •Lack of time •Lack of safety and security •Family commitments and •Fear. These are problems that can be easily solved if you give them some time to think about ‘em. today I’m gonna give you some tips to help you for planning your travel so that you wouldn’t regret things you didn’t experience when you had the opportunity.
First thing first you need to decide where you wanna go. Having eyes on a lot of things always end up with getting nothing, so chose wisely your destination. Let’s say for example you want to travel to Morocco; there are almost 55 cities, so depending on your pocket perhaps you wanna visit 5 cities. The big question is how can you pick 5 from 55? Piece of cake! Just google “interesting cities in Morocco” and voila you’re free to choose!
the second thing you have to do is book a flight, and at least do some google searches about hotels prices to get an idea of your trip budgetary.
The third thing is that you wanna allocate the money you need for shopping, for food & goodies, and for transport. Adding extra money to these is always beneficial; you never know what will happen so it’s better to get ready for the worst.
There are plenty of YouTube videos about particular cities in the world. Have a look at them to know where are the interesting places in each city.
Learn about people you’re going to engage with; are they friendly? Is it cool to take pictures of random strangers? because some of them may demand money or feel offended (you don’t wanna get yourself into troubles) so the more you know about them, the better.
Learn about the weather there, it’ll give you an idea of what kind of clothes you have to take with you,
and here is the fun part, legends said ”enjoy your life to the fullest” ; thus you wanna maximize your joy by learning some basic words of your chosen country, (such as Hello, goodbye, thank you .. etc) in order to communicate with the locals. It’s kinda challenging and probably your friends may ask you about them when you’ll come back.