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Travel Tip 1: Wake Up Early
Rise at sunrise to have the best attractions all to yourself while avoiding crowds. It’s also a magical time for photos due to soft diffused light and usually easier to interact with locals.


Travel Tip 2: Stash Extra Cash
To cover you in an emergency‚ make sure to stash some in a few different places. If you lose your wallet‚ your card stops working‚ or the ATMs run out of money‚ you’ll be glad you did. Some of stash spots include socks‚ under shoe inserts‚ a toiletry bag‚ around the frame of a backpack‚ even sewn behind a patch on your bag.


Travel Tip 3: Meet Local People
Make it a point start conversations with local people. Learn from those who live in the country you’re visiting. People enrich your travels more than sights do.


Travel Tip 4: Pack A Scarf
This simple piece of cotton cloth is one of most useful travel accessories with many different practical applications. It’s great for sun protection‚ a makeshift towel‚ carrying stuff around‚ an eye mask‚ and much more.


Travel Tip 5: Take Lots Of Photos
You may only some places & meet some people once in your lifetime. Remember them forever with plenty of photos.


Travel Tip 6: Smile and Say Hello
One of the best travel tips is to make eye contact and smile as you walk by. If they smile back‚ say hello in the local language too. This is a fast way to make new friends.


Travel Tip 7: Volunteer Occasionally
Not only is it a very rewarding experience‚ but you’ll often learn more about the country and its people while also making new friends.

Travel Tip 8: Don’t Be Afraid
The world is not nearly as dangerous as the media makes it out to be. Keep an eye out for sketchy situations but don’t let that be the focus of your whole trip. Use common sense and you’ll be ok. Most people are friendly‚ trustworthy‚ generous‚ and willing to help you out.


Travel Tip 9: Eat Local Food
Taste a bit of everything when you travel‚ especially if you don’t know what it is. Ask local people for recommendations.