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  1. Nicholas
    April 4, 2018 @ 1:15 am

    Hi! Nice article. Good tips for the more posch traveler. ? Whem I travel it”s a bit more “low budget. Just me, my backpack with 2 sleeping bags in it and a change of clothing. (Plus some small things like phone charger, torch, small first aid kit, sewing kit, etc.) No flights, no hotels, no hostels traveling by coach (long distance bus) or hitchhiking or jumping a train While traveling I sleep in my sleeping bag in some doorway in a city or in squats or (happened before) with friends in a tent somewhere. When I depart for a new trip I don”t take much money with me. Perhaps 30 euro/pounds the money I need during the trip I make with playing harmonica on the streets. If you don”t take much with you, you don”t have much to loose. ? For me, traveling is all about getting along with very little, making friends, having experiences. I”ll admit, being from Germany I did not do trips to Asia, US or other regions far away (yet). I traveled in Continental Europe and (most of the time) UK But it was always a time full of adventure, exciting situations, sometimes scary situations but I would not like to miss a single day. So my tip is: travel lightweight, with no or only little money, let the road provide for you. ? Cheers!

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  2. Backpack Hikers
    May 22, 2018 @ 9:23 am

    Really traveling alone can teach you many things, we experience some weird and life changing events. But we learn quite a lot of things from traveling alone, we meet new people and get to know their culture and traditions. There is always excitement in each and every trip so it is advisable to go on an abroad trip once. Thanks for sharing such great benefits of traveling, worth reading them.

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    • dankiteski
      May 22, 2018 @ 9:41 am

      Absolutely! I always say that traveling is the world’s greatest teacher. Thank you for commenting.

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