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Vacation or Holiday? Go abroad, Stay at home, OR…
To travel around the country, is not so bad
What do we need for vacation? Travel documents Money baggage luggage carry-on ticket one-way ticket return ticket….
People travel because they want to: get some release get some relax
And they come here seaside health resort (mountains) tour round Europe
Manager will ask you about: 1. How would you like to get there? by car, by plane, by ship, by train 2. Why would you like to choose this option? 3. What would you like most of all? 4. Where would you like to locate? conveniences, entertainments, meals, level of service ocean, sea, lake, mountains, camping, climbing, fishing USA, Egypt, Lake Baikal And tell you about the price))))
So, How to travel the world on cheap? • • • Avoid expensive countries Travel light Purchase a decent guidebook Bring a laptop Unlock your mobile phone Some decent travel insurance Bring a debit card Mega chip flights Be creative Use a student card Overland it Sneak in • • Have a good story Eat street food Drink with the locals Avoid countries that demand visas Bargain and bargain hard Don’t get ill No souvenirs Couch Surfing
The Airport is only the first step. Have you been there?
How to go through customs at the airport? Have all forms completed properly. Relax. Answer questions quickly, as short as possible. Here are home questions : • • • What is your final destination? How long will you be staying in …. ? What is the purpose of your visit? Where will you be staying? How much currency are you carrying with you? • Who packed your bags? • Do you have anything to declare?
Here are some travel idioms: Hit the road It’s getting late and we’ve got a long way to go. Let’s hit the road.
Make your way to Don’t worry. I’ll make my way to your home from the station.
Any port in a storm The hotel was substandard, but it was the case of any port in a storm; all the others were full.
Shank’s pony It was impossible to find a taxi after the party, so it was Shank’s pony for us.
Live out of a suitcase Sarah’s job involves so much travelling that she lives out of a suitcase.
On the wagon – No wine for me please. – I’m on the wagon.
Bandit territory There a certain number of bandit territories in the world where travelers are advised not to go.