Women are the strongest mammals that are being known to earth for the longest time. Solo Travelling is a blessing when it is accompanied by Right knowledge, Perfect attitude, and curiosity to explore the vibrant country, But there are few things to keep in mind to make your journey memorable are:
Start with making Check-lists
Before visiting any country, Firstly start with making your checklist, it may be related to Famous places to visit, Famous cuisine to explore, the best thing to shop in relation to diversity. The checklist gives you the assurance that you did not miss out on anything.
Women – Dress locally, Act globally
A smart woman is considered to be one who knows how to dress according to the situation. The dress code varies from region to region. Metropolitan cities are liberal in terms of dressing sense and the smaller town or villages are a little conservative in terms of women’s clothing. So, before stepping out recall your observation in relation to clothing.
A woman’s mind is cleaner than a man’s, She changes it more often.
Be Budget friendly
Before planning to visit any country estimate the expense accurately so that you don’t fall short of money, Expenses is to be considered after the conversion of currency of the country you are planning to visit,
Book your accommodation in advance that is economical, safe, and comfortable. Always try to board the economical and safest mode of transportation, Be aware of local dialects so that you are not being made fool during the purchasing process or while seeking emergency directions.
Don’t get involved too much with strangers
While exploring the region and interacting with the local don’t lose your senses and reveal everything about yourself and Never ever share your documents with other like passports, identification cards, family contacts, and many more. Always trust your guts and say “NO” when you are not comfortable in relation to the situation. Make yourself aware of the rules and regulations of the country and keep emergency contacts handy.
Strong women know that it’s not in the destination, it’s in the journey.