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    Posted December 23, 2013 by
    chiba, Japan

    Good tips for overseas travel

    My tips to enjoy overseas travel better

    First of all, you should go without plans. If there is a place where you want to go to in the country, of course you can research about it. But traveling in a spontaneous way is good as well. You do the same things like going to work or school everyday and most of them are usually decided. So traveling with no plan could be interesting and you could find a something new unexpectedly.
    Secondly, I think Taking movies is better than pictures. Although most people take a lot of pictures of the city, food and view, taking movie shows you the memory better. Your family can also enjoy watching them. If you do not want to carry a video camera, you can take movies on your phone. It is light to take and current phones are efficient enough.
    Thirdly, it is good to keep a diary of the trip. It is similar to taking pictures or movies, but it is a little different. You can record your feeling better in daily form. Also you can write new experiences in detail, which brings back them well.
    Finally, you should go with people who want to do the same things as you do. I often hear that people could not enjoy their trip because they wanted to do different things as their friend did, so they did not do the things they wanted to do. If you want to make a great memory of the trip, you should choose people who go with you carefully. I think these are the most important things when you travel.

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