How to be a world traveler like Dale Guerrieri Dale Guerrieri has some quick and useful tips if you want to be a world traveler.
NEW YORK, June 27, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- If you want to be a world traveler, the first thing Dale Guerrieri will tell you is that you should choose how you want to get there. Europe is a great place for traveling by foot, train, plane, ship, and automobile. Dave Guerrieri suggests you pick the form that you will find most comfortable on your body and most relaxing on your wallet.
Traveling in the United States can be done for as long as you want, but traveling internationally is limited. Dale Guerrieri suggests that if you are planning to travel internationally, know that the amount of traveling that is considered the maximum is three months. When planning your trip, Dale Guerrieri advises you make sure your passport and visa are up-to-date and will not expire within the travel time.
Pack lightly but appropriately. "Bring what is needed and what is resourceful," Dale Guerrieri advises to those traveling nationally and internationally. You can avoid bringing your whole house by making sure to look up the climate of the destination that you are heading out to explore. Remember, Dale Guerrieri says, "When traveling by plane, you are adding more to your cost by bringing unnecessary items."
Bring a good piece of electronics to capture special moments. Dale Guerrieri says leave the heavy equipment at home, such as your laptop or your heavy camera with three different sets of tripods. A good camera or a great smartphone will enable you to take quick shots, make great video, and record the whole trip along the way. Bring a couple of extra memory cards and an extra USB flash drive as a backup but nothing more. You don't want to weigh yourself down touring different cities with heavy equipment.
Lastly and most importantly Dale Guerrieri reminds you to have fun and be flexible. Plans are not always going to happen according to plan, items do get lost, and if you are traveling internationally, language can be a barrier. This should not detract from your ability to have fun, Dale Guerrieri warns. Enjoy the expected, revel in the unexpected, and throw a little caution to the wind for added measure.
About: Dale Guerrieri is a poet and world traveler with plenty of experience and advice for future travelers.
Media Contact: Bethany Franklin, Optimizeup.com, 1-800-701-6787, firstname.lastname@example.org
News distributed by PR Newswire iReach: https://ireach.prnewswire.com
SOURCE Dale Guerrieri