Leave convention behind for a more satisfying life. People that like to travel tend to read a lot about other people’s experiences. I am guilty and I have compiled a short list of five of my favorites. The first two are from my favorite travel author, Paul Thoreau. Rita Golden Gelman, Joshua Slocum, and Jack Kerouac round out the list.
You might also want to keep a few of your flights websites bookmarked and check them regularly. Typically last minute cruises deals are posted in the middle of the week for the upcoming weekend. Just by checking in to these sites regularly, you might be able to find something affordable.
A cheaper alternative and more efficient as well comes in the form of search engines. If you’re thinking along the lines of Yahoo and Google, well you’re almost there but not quite. There are search engines nowadays which cater specifically to air bookings and they search all over the net for super cheap airplane tickets and various deals which you may be interested in as well.
If you are planning to travel within Nepal then you can take their domestic flights from Kathmandu. The domestic flights of Nepal are Tara Air, Buddha Air, Nepal Airlines, Sita Air, etc. and the prices of air tickets are really less. You can enjoy your air journey to Kathmandu and experience the lavishness of the city.
Language – Believe it or not, English is not spoken all over the globe and in many places you can find yourself in quite a jam if you can’t communicate with the locals. Well Aruba is not one of the places! The official language is Dutch, but everyone there speaks English and Spanish. In fact, on one of my trips, I learned that English and Spanish are required learning in Aruban schools. The natives also speak Papiamento which is a language almost exclusively spoken in Aruba. If you listen closely, you will hear words and phrases that sound familiar. That’s because Papiamento is originally a language originally created by slaves so they could communicate without alerting the slavers.
In the 6th century BC, Lao Tzu said, “A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.” Now, maybe he was alluding to life experiences in general, but when you are contemplating a trip, sometimes it seems daunting — too hard to plan. The best way to go about it is just to start. Take one step at a time and soon, you’re on your way.
Don’t let working out keep you from enjoying your trip though! Try not to let obsessing about getting your workouts in distract you from your family and friends or worse yet, business. Your personal trainer will understand that you may be a little rusty after returning from your trip.