Traveling is essentially a way for people to not only experience something fresh, new, and exciting, ut also serves as a way for one to self discover. It’s with such that the individual can begin to learn more about himself/herself through the places, foods, and cultures that they are expected to in the midst of their trip. But, while traveling can prove to be an amazing opportunity, many keep their focus on the destination itself to such a high degree that they soon find themselves prepared for their dream vacation－when failing to complete the necessary and needed research to make their transit all that more enjoyable.
In turn, there are DOs and DONTs to traveling－which differ from place to place－that those who haven’t traveled before may be unaware of. As a result, it is of great importance that individuals are informed of the customs of the location in which they are visiting, so that they can be both respectable, as well as make their trip as pain free as possible. One “do” in particular that anyone and everyone should follow when traveling to a place that they are foreign to is to “be aware of your surroundings. If anyone or thing looks suspicious, notify your chaperone or instructor.” In contrast, one “don’t” is to “walk with a purse or bag loosely over one shoulder. Instead, carry it diagonally facing the inside of the group or friend next to you. If you have a backpack, the safest place for it is on your chest when in a large crowd. Of course, never leave those items unattended. More of these DOs and DONTs can be found via the links below;
Of course, if one exhausts their sources they will find a number of DOs and DONTs which exceed the lists above. Some in regards to safety－dependent on location－and others they find might be more personal, by including ways to make their trip more enjoyable. In conclusion, it is with the helpful DOs and DONTs above, along with many others, that a wide range of people can not only be prepared for their first trip, but every trip after that awaits them in their near future.