Tips for travelers to third world countries
The best option js to find a Canadian companion who has been to that country before. Else when at that place try to appear knowledgeable about the place, walk confidently etc. Make enough research about which cities/ places you are going to visit. Knowing language creates safety , else knowing basic sentences is recommended. It is always good to travel to places that one can be sure there will be some people who speak English, for example large metropolitan cities. Not carrying large sums of cash, never leaving one’s valuables and passport behind in the hotel room and not eating and drinking if offered from a stranger is most recommended. Always initiate contact and be sure of it. Do not trust when the other side initiates the contact. Have a cell phone and a charger at all times and a map. Don’t get intoxicated amongst strangers. Keep communicating once a day with at least one person, so your whereabouts / movements is known, until you learn the language/ place. Spend more time in known places initially, eg a city…don’t go straight to a safari etc.
Traveling in a group is better than alone. Some families offer a service called paying guest. Rent and food and laundry is included and is usually cheap. The deals are monthly/ weekly.
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