TRAVEL SECRETS AND TIPS
|Eight Great Tips For
The Adventure Traveler
by News Canada
1. Embrace the place. Be sure to explore around
the corners, go into the one of kind shops
and meet the locals. Find out where the towns
folk go for coffee and the newspaper in the
morning and join them. DON'T have breakfast
at the hotel.
2. Plan a trip with a theme and find an expert
in that field to give you advise. For example
an archeology trip, a wildlife safari, or
a trip to discover local pottery and fabrics.
3. Read books written by authors from your
destination. Go to a lecture on the country
4. Learn some language. Just knowing a greeting
or two will endear you to the hearts of the
5. Pack lightly. Too much luggage will make
or break your trip and your back. Remember
when you could get everything in a backpack?
Check www.llbean for their travel clothes.
Pack things that don't need ironing and can
be hand washed.
6. Take a small digital camera. It's worth
the investment. No film to buy or worry about
and when you get home you can sort it all
out on computer and make a great presentation
for family and friends. Adobe and Fuji can
help you get started.
7. www.hobotraveler.com has some fun ideas
for the traveler who always wanders away from
the tour group
8. Before you go, find a group or club with
a similar dream and get some like-minded
travelers to go with you. How about a group
of white-water rafters who have always wanted
to raft the Nile? A shared experience multiplies
For information on travel adventures of the
heart, visit www.negstusa.com
- News Canada
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