There are a ton of articles out there describing the wonderful adventures that you can have abroad if you travel correctly. These articles often offer tip and tricks that can be extremely useful when planning your dream trip. However, you need to take all of the advice given with a grain of salt, and understand that different travel tips may not always lead you in the best direction. Here are a few tips that you may not want to follow to a T.
Paris needs no introduction. Being the dream destination for millions of people every year, Paris is known for its food, culture, fashion, and extravagant architecture. Take a stroll along the Seine and marvel at famous iconic structures like the Eiffel Tower and the Cathédrale Notre Dame. Linger over pain au chocolat in a sidewalk café or see a show at the Moulin Rouge. No matter how long or how often you’ve been to Paris, there is always something exquisite and unique you have not yet seen.
Cassie DePecol is the first woman to travel to all 196 countries in the world. She is also the fastest person, man or woman, to complete this journey. Most of her trip was paid for by sponsors and she was a representative of the International Institute of Peace Through Tourism. She met students and officials and gave talks about the power of sustainable tourism to improve the world.
One of the best ways to travel is with your stomach as your compass. Around the globe, peoples and their cultures are built on the backbone of what they eat. The ritual of gathering for a meal is strong and who you eat with can be just as important as what you eat.