When the travel bug bites you, there is (un)fortunately no cure. It’s like one of those itches that just wouldn’t go away.
Traveling may strip you of your hard-earned money but creating memories from travel experiences rather than just acquiring material things gives one his penny’s worth. And of course, there are nifty ways to travel without breaking the bank! It just takes a tad of planning in advance to cut down on cost. It helps to keep track of travel deals by signing up on online travel sites to get a heads-up on flights and accommodation promos and you might be surprised on how much you can save.
As a traveler, you hold the sole responsibility of getting proper information regarding the places you will visit. Planning a trip not only involves packing the right stuff but most importantly, the foresight of checking travel advisories and having the necessary travel documents you need, especially for international trips. Keep in mind that safety and security should always be your top priorities when traveling.
Traveling is not just a hobby for some people, it has become a lifestyle. So for those searching for new places to add on your ever-growing bucket list,
here are my current top ten:
1. Bagan in Myanmar
For what it’s worth, I would still say cheers for the past year. 2015 was surely one that marked because this was the year my father stepped into the other room called Afterlife. It was a tough one for me and my mom so I’m praying that 2016 will be good not just to me but to us all.
Vacations spell heaven for me. Don’t you just love those days when you don’t have to worry about the next day for fear of not waking up on time and being late for work? Or not setting up your alarm clock and rushing to get out of the door without breakfast? These are just a few of the trivial reasons why I love a well-deserved vacay.