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In addition, never forget that what you eat and drink is crucial: Ensure you try to eat a balance of protein and carbohydrates as well as getting enough vitamins and minerals. If you're sweating loads make sure you get enough salt put extra on your food if you want and drink enough water.
Make sure you eat enough, as an unfamiliar diet will probably reduce the amount you eat and get enough sleep and rest.
It's easy to get run down in a hot climate - splash out on a nice hotel room if you are sleeping poorly - it's worth it in the long run. Moving [getting] around Moving around.
You end up doing a lot of it: Travelling, it's a great leveller - everyone needs to spend time getting places. It's something you will have to get used to and the fact is it's not always very comfortable. You'll also probably not be prepared for how long distances are for example Chile top to bottom is the same as Lagos to London!
Paul Theroux hit the nail on the head when he wrote 'travel is glamorous only in retrospect'. You really need to look at the country summaries for exact details, since transport and options vary dramatically from country to country.
Some countries will have fantastic train systems India, China in others, rollerskates would be more useful. The roads and distances in less developed countries, especially crossing mountains or high areas can mean even though buses are cheap, every now and again an air ticket makes sense. And then there are the loved and loathed night buses, all of which are mentioned below: These are often be slower, colder, more expensive and more impractical than buses.
They have the benefit that you can normally get a good night's sleep. Make sure you don't end up for a prolonged period in third class on a Chinese or Indian train, just for the sake of a few Rupees or Yuan - it won't be much fun after the third or fourth hour.
Be extra mindful of your things at night, as theft does happen on popular routes in some countries i. Agra to Varanasi - chain possessions up and keep them near. Also be aware that trains can get cold at night with AC left on full blast or at high altitudes many South American trains.
See image - Indian Train Buses: Its buses that you will end up on more than often. You may well feel you are spending most of your trip on a bus.
They vary significantly, normally in less developed countries being cheap, mainly efficient okay, you sometimes get a break-down and with frequent departures.At the end of the previous post I stated, “Remember that the Book of Acts describes a period when the Kingdom program with its accordant miracles and conferring of the Holy Spirit by the laying on of hands is on the wane but not yet gone, while the Age of Grace we have been discussing is still on the rise.
On the road sounds pretty cool. Well this is the essence of travel. If you have done it before, all this will sound pretty boring and obvious, like someone telling you how to get up and go to college or work.
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