Obsessed with organizing? Follow this guide to create a near-perfect travel schedule
Updated: Dec 6, 2019
"A goal without a plan is just a wish" - Antoine de Saint-Exupery
I agree with this statement 100%. We all have those moments when we say, "Oh! I would love to visit Japan someday" or "Let's go to Turkey this year!" Two minutes later we forget it and then during the short bursts of more wishful thinking & procrastination, we again imagine ourselves in our bucket-listed countries.
Once a travel wish is formed, immediately write it down. Create an estimate on the amount you would need to save per month to go to, let's say the two countries we are eyeing for, Turkey or Japan after 6-8 months. If you ask us, we have faced frustration, excitement, dead-ends, and sometimes a complete blank state of mind while jotting down a travel itinerary. In order to avoid such pain-in-the-butt situations, we have come up with a short & sweet guide to allow you dive into planning right away. At the end of this blog, you will also find a free template to download which you can start filling up for the location you choose to travel.
(Coming Soon: A budget guide for budget travelers)
Advantages of having a travel schedule:
Avoiding the frustration of visiting attractions on the day they are closed.
Avoiding tourists scams to an extent.Utilization of public transport over personal cabs thus saving twice the amount.
Avoiding confusing situations like managing expenses on local currency.
And especially avoiding post-visit-talks like this one,
"Did you not visit this attraction?"
"Then what did you do after going there?"