Should I use a Travel Agent- Part 2
Let’s continue on with Why should I use a Travel Agent as a Solo Traveller part 1 from yesterday. If you haven’t read Part 1, I suggest you go back and read it, it’s only about a 5 min read and this will make more sense.
….You arrive and follow the signs to baggage pick up but first have to go through immigration.
You don’t speak or read the local language and just hope the signs are in English too. So this is where your research starts to pay off. If you had a checklist, hopefully, you know if your nationality has to have a visa? Or is it Visa on arrival? Or is it nothing and you just walk up to immigration like you would in your home country?? This is why I should have used a Travel Agent.
Hi all, Susan here from www.BraveWomenTravel.com
I want to talk honestly about why it is so important to use a travel agent, whether you are a solo traveler or travelling with a buddy. For this article, we are going to talk about solo traveling, booking the travel yourself, and not joining in on a group tour.
I’ve mentioned this in other articles, but it’s worth repeating because I hear it a lot. Often gals say to me that they don’t like the ‘herd mentality of group travel’…okay, fair enough. But what does that really mean, ‘herd mentality’ To me that would mean following what everyone else is doing. And what does using a travel agent have to do with ‘herd mentality’
Travelling is an amazing experience. But let’s be honest, it can sometimes get a little overwhelming. There’s a lot of planning and research required to make sure you see and experience everything you want to while you’re there; and planning equals time. So let’s look at The Top 5 Things to Do in New Orleans. … Continue reading Top 5 Things to Do in New Orleans
I am sure that I don’t need to sell anyone on the importance of food to a traveler. This is more than epicurean pleasure; it is an edible scrapbook of your experiences. (Now there’s an image.) We’re here to look at your South America Food Goals.
Besides the singular pleasures of trying new and exciting foods, I would be remiss to leave out the social importance. Group travel for women should involve making friends, and I know of few better ways to do that than over a meal, especially in South America! … Continue reading Your South America Food Goals
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