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8 Ways to make best out of your travel

Travel can bring us new experience and joy. Most of us love to travel and make the best of their time. Let us not get distracted during travel. Here are a few ways to make your travel more effective and happening. Do not expect a lot on your travel. This one thing can save you from a lot of stress. 

“Why do you go away? So that you can come back. So that you can see the place you came from with new eyes and extra colors. And the people there see you differently, too. Coming back to where you started is not the same as never leaving.” ― Terry Pratchett, A Hat Full of Sky

Here are 8 ways to make the best out of your travel


This is no brainer, either you have a camera or you can use your phone camera. You can capture your travel spots and store them forever, retrieve them whenever you want. Life is all about making memories and cherishing. Do not overload with pictures, try to capture the essence of the spot. It will reduce the clutter in the phone and saves you time when you reopen your memory.

Travel with a local

Locals will help you know the unknown things about that place. they will introduce you to their values and culture. When you travel with a local you get a deeper knowledge about the characteristics of the place. They can give you the best guidelines to explore the place that any non-local

“Wherever you go becomes a part of you somehow.” ― Anita Desai

Carry less

Avoid carrying unnecessary things during travel. You might face a huge weight problem where you cannot leave your luggage on visits. It is better to have a minimalist approach to experience smooth travel. It is a great opportunity to remove clutter and allow space to open up to new adventures. Do not get entangled in a lot of stuff carrying in your travel. You might waste time on setting organizing packing your bags again and again. Less is better and let your mind relax and experience peace of mind with a middle-sized backpack.

Local food

A restaurant may offer a variety of food options. But try the local cuisine and step out of your comfort zone. Give your taste bud a new adventure. Sample the variety of local cuisine sweet, spicy, sour, etc. Local people can even tell you the history of the local food.

Big attraction

Visit the big attractions, and get the share to experience the millions of tourists had experienced. They have a historical significance and it can give you a new perspective as well.

Read books

You travel to gain new experience and one can choose to read a great book on the go, when you move from one place to another place by bus, a local train which consumes a lot of time. In the everyday hustle, you might not find time to read. Travel is a great opportunity to read. Whether you love to read biographies, autobiographies, travel tales, romantic novels, the choice is yours to read. Bring a healthy change and build a new habit it can stimulate your brain to imagine, be creative, find a new perspective, then compared to the massive media we are known to.

Make new memories and friends

Travel is a great opportunity to make new connections, new friends, a new perspective and much more. Create cherished memories on the go and do not expect a lot. Be spontaneous. It can make your travel-filled with adventure. Capture pictures with new friends in new places and save them for later.

Keep a journal

At the end of your day, write down the experience you had. Good or bad, there is something to be learned and cherished from it. No matter how much we capture good images, there are feeling which we have in our heart during the visit. Write them down so that you can refer back later and have a good memory at it.

“Travel far enough, you meet yourself.”― David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas

Photo albums and frame

Last but not least, sort out the best images and get them printed and the best among them gets framed. It can really motivate you to travel more and you can always smile seeing your good old picture. Photo albums of travel are a souvenir of life.

“Travel brings power and love back into your life.” ― Rumi Jalaluddin

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