One thing that can take your trip from epic awesomeness to complete misery is getting scammed. It can happen to anyone, but it is good to know what the common scams are in the country you plan to visit. This can help you take precautions to avoid these potential traps and better enjoy your stay. Here are some examples from the simple search of “Scams in [country of your choice].”
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Ok, this post is mostly for the ladies (and those without convenient anatomy), but others might learn something, too.
For those used to western-style, sit-down toilets, something that resembles an elongated sink in the floor might be met with trepidation and confusion. These are squat toilets, and they’re quite common in Japan. Sometimes, they’re your only option, so it’s good to know how to use them.
For those too embarrassed to ask, here’s a quick guide.
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Whenever you imagine Costa Rica, you automatically think about waterfalls, exotic birds, sloths, crocodiles, snakes, and those cute (but deadly) frogs. You may wonder where the best place and time is to go see these things. While we were in Costa Rica, we went on two canopy tours and there were so many others we did not have a chance to see. Here are some helpful tips based on our time there.
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Traveling the world is a dream I have always had. It is something I’ve always believed only the rich and famous could do. That is simply not true, and I’m more ready than ever to get out there and spread my wings. Continue reading “Why I Want to Travel the World – Aaron”
Every day while we were in Japan, we definitely had lessons we learned as we fumbled through many different situations or discovered new things we weren’t expecting. Here are 5 that we took away from our trip. Continue reading “5 Lessons Learned as a Foreigner in Japan”