I love to travel. The travel bug caught me when we used to go on long road trips when I was a kid. Long Term Travel Stopping anywhere to camp, stopping anywhere to explore, stopping anywhere to eat is something that I started loving. But after studies and working long hours, my interest in travel declined. But a few years ago I decided that I need to do what I like best and that is travel.
Then on I chucked my job, took all my belongings and stored it in storage units Greensboro and then began the adventure of my life. I have been traveling for years now, only returning for a few months each year but I have learned a lot and a lot of things I learned was due to the mistakes I made. The following points can help you avoid those mistakes and you can enjoy your travels:
- Learn a few languages if you can. The most common and easy job that you can get when you are in an alien country is the job of a language teacher. If you are traveling to a Spanish dominated country, chances of getting a job as an English teacher is high as good English teachers are hard to come by. You can use your English skills and make good money. When you are ready to move to another city or country you can move with some cash in hand.
- Visas can be a big problem. Once I had applied for a visa and my visa got rejected and this was due to the fact that I had only 4 months validity left in my passport. I was in another country then and I had to go to the embassy to get my passport renewed and it was a long drawn out process, to ensure that your passport has the minimum required validity which is usually six months left for expiry. All countries do not provide visas on arrival, so you need to get the documentation done well in advance. Some visas are valid only for 3 months; I learned this the hard way. I had a visa and I was in a different country and I stayed there for more than three months and when I tried to go to this place for which I had a visa I was told to reapply as the visa had expired, so you need to plan your visa documentation properly.
- Never ever carry a lot of things in your backpack. Carry things that can be replaced. Do not carry woolens in the summer, expecting to use them in winter. You can always buy them in winter. With a lot less to carry you will be able to move about a lot easier.