3. Public transportation is your best friend.
It somehow seems public transportation around the world is 100 times more developed than in the States (minus the east coast, of course). Subways, buses, trains, and taxis can probably take you anywhere and everywhere you want to go!
7. It’s okay to spend more than you intended.
Once you return from abroad, you’ll probably realize your wallet took a huge blow, and the realization of spending that much money will be devastating for a hot minute. But after the water works, you’ll look back on your trip and remember that it was worth every penny. And now, instead of crying over the debt, you’ll be crying because you wish you were still on vacation!
8. Limit the use of social media.
Updating your Twitter, Facebook status, sending Snapchats, and uploading Instagram pictures will obviously make all your friends jealous that they aren’t where you are, but constantly being on the internet can make you miss some crucial views of your trip.
9. Jetlag can ruin everything!
You may end up falling asleep on the subway missing your stop or fall asleep during a tour when the guide is explaining the importance of your next destination. Avoid jetlag, check the time difference between where you live and your vacation spot and plan a flight accordingly.
(If you can’t sleep on the plane, plan to arrive at night and sleep. If you sleep through the whole plane ride, plan to arrive in the morning to start your vacation right away!)
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