The most important epiphanies and decisions in your life were made while sitting on a beach.
Put your small carry on purse on someone else’s overhead bin. Let them worry about theirs. You need every inch of that leg room in front of your seat.
There’s love of travel, and then there’s chronic wanderlust. It’s a drug and a disease all at the same time. It only spreads bigger as you feed on it yet the only way to find relief is by satiating it.
Travel, especially backpacking on a budget, is bound to make a few minor tweaks in your lifestyle. Little things they may be, but it might even make life more convenient for you in the long run.
1. Learn to identify your best option
Here’s a few things I’m certain about, in chronological order, that happen after the fun and games are over. Post-travel syndrome, if you may.