One of the delightful perks of enrolling in online classes is that you can travel and study at the same time. However, it does take thoughtful planning to insure that things go smoothly on the road. Here are five suggestions:
1- Choose hotels or other lodging that include free or reasonably-priced Internet service. Read reviews from travel sites that describe the quality of the Internet connection at your chosen place of lodging, so you will not be disappointed when you arrive. If your lodging is fixed and does not include Internet service, look for Internet accessibility that may be conveniently located near your destination – whether it is in a coffee shop, an Internet café, a public library, a copy shop or a WiFi hotspot. Some of these places rent computer time as well if your computer becomes disabled while you are traveling.
2- Avoid purchasing travel packages that include daily guided sightseeing tours. Instead, opt for a la carte tours that give you flexible choices about how to spend your time, especially if you are in a different time zone. This allows you
Travelling seemed to be one of the most exciting activities a person can ever experience. Nothing beats the feeling of hopping from one place or one country after the other just to experience the diverse culture of the dwellers in a particular place.
For a more fulfilled travelling though, choosing for the most comfortable among the hotels and accommodations plays a very important role. Picking the right one would add to your box of new experiences. If in any circumstance you won’t land in a place conducive for staying during the whole period of the travelling, brace yourself for you might not enjoy the whole thing until your last day in the place.
A comfortable room coupled with an equally comfortable bed is what you need while exploring the wonders of nature. With a good place, you can be sure that after a tiring but pleasant day of being out in the open checking out the safari in South Africa a bed is waiting for you so you can take your rest.
Even a safari holiday would never be complete without the aid of any good accommodation. In the first place, you went to
These are some of the ‘pack smart’ basics I figured along the way. Hope they can help you in your packing by making it less of a ‘nightmare’.
10) Bring stuff that you don’t want to bring back with you. Examples are underwear, socks and toiletries – the kind you want to finish and discard.
9) One all-occasion jacket or hoodie can last through the entire travel, unless in winter. Wash and dry whenever available as and when necessary.
8) Always carry a trusty water bottle with built-in filter. I have drunk non-potable water with it and still alive today.
7) Roll clothes and separates them in smaller cloth bags. Clothes that can be wore again in cloth bag, clothes that need washing ASAP in plastic bag.
6) Wear tomorrow’s outfit to sleep tonight. I practice this when staying in backpackers, and bathrobes in hotel. You don’t get dirty when sleeping, do you?
5) One pair of all-purpose trekking shoes (for outdoorsy travel) or stylish boots that look good with all your outfits and a pair of flip-flops.
4) No need to bring 7 sets of underwear for 1