Surviving the Overnight Turkish Bus & how to get lost So far I’ve heard that Turkish buses happen to be pretty luxurious. I’m not sure how true that is but tonight we’re going to take an overnight Turkish bus. I took two overnight buses in Turkey. What you’re watching in my video is my second […]
A Guide to Hot Air Ballooning in Cappadocia (with Voyager Balloons) . These days, I feel like I’m starting to notice certain tourist activities, spreading like wildfire across the board t0 various countries, like ATV rides or shark diving cages. One of
Since I’ve completed almost of month of travel, with having had only two days to prepare before hitting the road, it’s time to assess my shining highs and my rock-bottom lows.
What did I learn from this crash course in winging a last-minute trip?
Quite simply, I learned how to survive it.
So now I’m going to give you some “insider tips”, so that you that can survive it better than me.
So you have travel insurance. Awesome.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t remove the fear and stresses of dealing with injuries when you get into an accident in India or abroad.
In four hours I was leaving Hampi, but I still wanted to get out to see the Monkey Temple (which was 20 minutes away by rickshaw)! Walter, a lanky 20-something Los Angeleno I’d met on the bus ride over, joined me . I wanted to rent bicycles but Walter advised the motorcycle would be the most efficient vehicle. The incentive being we’d split costs!
Had Walter driven a motorcycle before?
“Do you know that Vietnam is a Communist country?” my mom added before parting on Skype. Timing. She’s like that. This is my second big solo trip to a developing country, she’s concerned for my safety and her method of care is to instill fear, rather than courage… at the last moment.