Travel sickness has never been something that I’ve suffered from, bar that one night I spent 18 hours on a boat to Komodo Island. I’ve travelled for almost 3 years now, resulting in my fair share of plane, bus, and train journeys.
When I was little, seaside getaways to Margate were my favourite. We always packed a cooler filled with rice cakes, soya milk, and meats to BBQ, with the day usually always ending with everyone running around picking crabs and cockles once the tides went down (makes excellent Vietnamese bun oc).
There were a few things that I was well prepared for during my visit to Machu Picchu, but there were also a few things that I wish I had remembered. Here’s my list of a few tips I did and wish I did do, in the hopes that it makes your trip to Machu Picchu that little bit better.
A week ago, if you asked me about anything about Washington DC, the capital of the United States of America, I would be able to tell you two things; it’s home to the White House, the Obama family, and is where politicians work. Three days into my visit, I can tell you something else that I find a great importance as a frequent traveller – they have a huge range of amazing museums.