Solo Travel – 10 Ways to Save on Single Supplements

In your school days, you may have found, as I did, that economics really is the “dismal science”. However, I did learn one key fact. Supply and demand drive prices. For solo travel, the surcharge or “single supplement” does vary partly in keeping with this tried and true rule. The good news? If you prowl through the Internet, you can find ways to save on solo travel when demand is down. The bad news? Reduced or no single supplement offerings are limited in number and go fast.

Here are 10 ways to save.

1. Don’t ask for one room. Ask for a “room for one’. In Europe, lodging is often sold with solo pricing. Be sure to see if it is a solo price for a standard room or a small single room. Look at the size offered for single occupants. Then consider the amount of time you will spend in your room. I often take 10-12 hour day trips abroad with almost no time spent in my hotel room except to catch some sleep before heading out again.

2. Get there first. Book even one year ahead since few slots are reduced for solos. This is really important if you go in-season. Holiday resorts and hot spots in summer may have return visitors book the next year when they check out.

3. Head to the airport when everyone else is heading home. Off-season travel is the best way to get immediate 50% off reductions. In the south of France, rates go down as fast as Sept 9. Ski resorts, like the fabled Sun Valley Lodge, have specials just before Christmas. In winter and spring, European discounts can be half-price as well.

4. Get excited about rainy weather or extreme heat and cold. You will have to think how far you want to take this. I had a thrilling short term work trip one Jan. in Siberia. I also went on tour in India during the monsoons. In some cases, the negative pronouncements may not impact your trip. A good example? The risk of hurricanes each fall is less likely to touch the ABC islands (Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao) making for better pricing. In Africa, for example, safari rates are lower during the rainy or “green” season if you can get away, and don’t mind the possibility of short, heavy rains.

5. Look for new travel providers. Hotels that are just opening or reopening after renovations have specials to gain or regain market share. The Hotel Castille in Paris, for example, had short-term deep discounts when it reopened just steps from fashionable boutiques. Thereafter, the rates increased in keeping with other high-end small hotels

6. Be a contrarian. Don’t pay a premium for what’s currently trending. Prowl the Internet for undervalued regions. If it is all the rage, prices will soar. In the 1980’s, I somehow found a Montenegro resort right off the Albanian border. Since then, Sveti Stefan, where I stayed, has been updated as reflected in its 5 star pricing. The moral of the story is get there before the crowds discover a destination.

7. If you can’t pronounce it or spell it, you’ll love the prices! Substitute the road less traveled. If you have a dream to see the Parthenon you must go to Greece. (That is unless you live in North America and would like to see a perfect replica in Nashville, Tenn.!) Regional air carriers are a good way to find out great largely undiscovered places at low prices. One example: I dreamed of Tahiti in my early post-graduate days. When rates were high there, Air New Zealand suggested alternatives: Rarotonga and Aitutaki. I took them up on it and had the trip of a life time dining out on the stories for years.

8. Scour the Internet for national and regional programs offered by tourist boards. Check ahead as they may only be available abroad. One of the best deals I found in the 1990’s was with then “Lan Chile”. From the US, I purchased three stand-by tickets for a total of $200 to go anywhere in the country. At that price, I made my way to Antarctica Chile, at the end of the world!

9. Use flexible dates to grab week-day deals. Hotels and airline rates often go up and down together. Why is that? That takes us back to supply and demand. When planes and hotels have low load factors, prices are softer.

10. Share to save. Look for tours that have no single supplements by agreeing to share. The benefit to this approach? It is a way to save if your travel dates are not flexible, and no to low single supplement deals are not available.

Tips For A Smooth And Convenient Bus Charter Experience

A bus charter is a bus that has a professional driver to handle tours, trips, and other transportation needs. A bus charter can be one of the best choices you make when going for a group tour to a preferred destination. With transport from one attraction to another, you will have all the time to enjoy everything in your itinerary without worries. With a professional driver on board, you can relax and enjoy and even take better care of any children you may be taking with you for the trip. A bus charter also translates into no directions challenges because the drivers are conversant with their locations and all tour sites and routes.

Considering that bus charter are many in any given destination, you need to play your role in selecting one. You may need to start by choosing a company that you can trust with your traveling needs and then make a few considerations to select the perfect bus to hire for your tour.

Get details about the driver. A professional driver is definitely a plus for your tour but you should not assume that they know everything about the sites you intend to visit; they may only know how to get there and nothing more. If need be, consider getting a tour guide to handle your other needs in case the driver is not available for such. It helps to be sure beforehand to avoid disappointments.

Consider the size of the bus. A bus charter can be as large as to accommodate 60 passengers but there are definitely smaller sizes. The higher the passenger capacity the higher the rental rates may be. Look at the size options and select a bus that caters to your group for the tour. Everyone should be comfortable including children in the group so select a good size for everyone.

Check out the amenities included. When searching for the bus charter online, you will get very good photos of the buses. To ensure that you get what you see and need, confirm that the bus you have selected is represented perfectly. For instance, confirm that the leather reclining seats you see are the actual seats you get to enjoy. Apart from confirming the features, also consider the availability of amenities such as compact restroom, DVD player, air conditioning, TV monitors and any other that matters to you. If you want internet connectivity during the tour then enquire if that is available.

Ask about allowed driving length. Most bus charters will allow a specific length of time for the driver to be behind the wheel. The legal limit can range from area to area and you should be willing to be flexible in making adjustments to your tour itinerary so you do not end up with a fatigued driver before even getting back. You, however, want to choose company and driver with a considerable allowance so you enjoy the most from your tour in your selected destination.

5 Ways to Travel Solo Without Going It Alone

Solo travel has become a hot topic. Unlike “single(s)” travel, it is a broader group. It can include those who are single, married or have a partner/significant other. It may be a business person looking to add a leisure weekend or extension to a trip for work. Two stumbling blocks to solo travel can be: I. whether it is lonely to vacation as a “party of one” and ii.whether eating alone, especially dinner, is really uncomfortable.

Now having visited 68 countries and all 50 states, I have found 5 good ways to go alone without feeling you are “going it alone”.

1. River Cruise and Small Ship Cruises

I highly recommend river cruises and small ships. They are especially a good fit for a first time solo traveler. However, they are also great for well-traveled solos in two cases. That is where destinations like Cambodian boat villages are not otherwise easy to reach. Secondly, they work well in places where security is an issue.

Here are the key advantages of such river and small ships for solo travelers, they:

-Give you time alone but a group for tours and meals

-Can be competitively priced when compared to a piecemeal approach

-Make unpacking a one-time chore

-Work well with land packages

-Often have discounted package pricing including flights

2. Select your own lodging, and take day trips.

Here are the key advantages of this independent approach, it:

-Affords you the opportunity to select your own interests and travel style.

-Provides more opportunity to interact with local residents.

-Gives you a “day-off” when you need it.

-Works with a range of budgets.

3. Combine both of the above approaches.

I really favor this approach when I travel. On solo travel for 17 days at New Year’s, I toured Southeast Asia. I started with a private taxi tour in Siem Reap, Cambodia. I then joined a top Mekong River Cruise on to Vietnam. On the last leg, I had five days in a 5-star hotel in Bangkok. In my last stop, I tried all 3 ways of sightseeing: 1. A large bus tour 2. A private guide and 3. Self-directed subway tour.

This blended approach puts you in the driver’s seat and:

-Will let you set your own course while being free to pick and choose

-Gives you a part-time group of travel mates but also time alone

-Makes it possible to follow a budget (or splurges) tailored to what works for you

4. Sign up ahead for a class abroad.

This has become very popular now for cooking classes in France and Italy. However, for decades, language classes abroad have lured students for short-term or full summer programs. Add to that options for photography classes, skiing and scuba diving.

Here are the key benefits to this approach.


-Provides you with a ready-made group

-Gives you a local contact to hear what not to miss off the tourist path

-Make it possible to connect with classmates for meals or sightseeing

-Results in providing local contacts in an emergency

5. Join a volunteer group or exchange program.

I have done this twice. My first trip out of the US was at 18 joining 5 other girls on a summer YMCA project in Trinidad and Tobago. It was the best way to learn about day-to-day life in another country and participate in community activities.

The benefits were endless. They included:

-Meeting local residents outside of the typical tourist path

-Seeing distant and often more unusual destinations

-Providing volunteer efforts to communities than may have experienced natural disasters or other hardships.

If you are new to solo travel, take a look at each of these options. You will be surprised how fast solo travel gives you the chance to make new life-long friends from around the world so that you feel you are solo to more!

Choosing A Houseboat In Alleppey For The Most Rewarding Trip

Alleppey in Kerala, India is probably most popular because of the endless backwaters, lagoons and canals it has to its name. It is therefore not a wonder that the Nehru Trophy Alleppey Snake Boat Race is among the most attractive for travelers including myself. Considering that the race falls in August, I have always planned my travel to be around the same time to ensure that I get to enjoy all the fun. Don’t get me wrong, Alleppey does have lots of other attractions including religious places, stunning beaches, old temples and paddy fields but houseboat cruises make some of my favorites here.

To complete my trip, I always make sure that I get myself a boathouse; there is really nothing as fulfilling like it. The well inter connected canal, lakes and rivers here make houseboat living simply amazing. Kerala may have lots of other places where house boat cruises can be enjoyed, but Kerala beats them all. The best thing is that I get to decide just how long I wish to enjoy the houseboat; it is possible for me to rent one for a few days to make my trip here nothing but rewarding. But for this to happen, I am always keen on the houseboat that I settle for and the process as well to get me the best.

    • I start by inspecting the houseboat before I commit to anything. I do not believe in booking early unless it is during peak months. Booking early before getting to Alleppey increases chances of having to deal with agents which could increase the costs. I believe in seeing my boathouse beforehand so I can ensure it has everything that matters and that the decoration is just superb. The boats here are in good condition, but it does not hurt to be sure before paying anything for mine.
    • Before paying for my houseboat in Alleppey, I also take time to compare the available options. By looking at a few of the available boats, it is easier for me to select the one I love most. The quality is not the same and hence sampling a few make it possible for me to end up with the best. Some of the things that matter when making the selection include bed, mattress, bathroom, mosquito net, air conditioning and meals. It is important to ensure that there is ample supply of bottled water, snacks and meal that I prefer so my needs are covered throughout the cruise.
  • Just like looking at any other accommodation property, size does matter when I am going through the houseboat options. Of course it will depend on the number of people I am taking with me and the kind of cruise I wish to enjoy. I love houseboats with an upstairs deck and an eating area downstairs. This way, I get to enjoy lots of privacy upstairs and enjoy amazing views from here separated from the staff offering important services.

A Sector Driven by Growth & Ambition

Over the past year, this growth has reflected in all segments of tourism. The sluggish economy and poor sentiments did not have any adverse impact on the Indian outbound tourism market. India is one of the fastest-growing outbound travel markets. Despite drastic fluctuations in rupee value recently, numbers of tourist’s departures from India did not take a hit. The country is leading the outbound market with only China ahead in the race.

India offers exponential growth opportunities in outbound travel with the population of over 1 billion and over 7% hike in GDP every year.Indians are travelling abroad for more than one more reasons, ranging from meeting relatives, for international sports matches, shopping, or pure leisure. Among the leading contributors of increasing outbound travel are Official and Personal Travel for business, leisure/ holiday/, and MICE tourism.

The tourism boards of other countries are gearing up to meet this challenge of increasing Indian travellers. Several countries have set up their offices in India, while some others are optimally using their embassies to first conduct a few pilot tests before taking the final call.

While VFR trips, business travel and going on a holiday top outbound volume, people are preferring niche products too such as luxury travels, sports tourism, honeymoon packages, MICE, cruises, etc.

Thailand, Singapore, United States, and Malaysia are some of the most preferred tourist destinations for Indian travellers. Indian tourists have now started exploring new destinations as well. Among the emerging countries, Sri Lanka, China and Nepal are the favourite destinations of Indian tourists. Japan aims to focus on tripling the tourists’ number from 2013 to 2020. Places such as Indonesia, Mauritius, Philippines, and Egypt are also experiencing a huge hike in Indian tourists. Travel agents are using enhanced promotions drives to further aid the increase in outbound departures.

The country’s growth in outbound tourism can be attributed to the following reasons:
• Decrease in international airfare
• Affordable travel packages
• Increasing disposable income
• Rise of low cost carriers (LCCs)

The internet and its proliferation in the travel industry has transformed the way Indians travel now. The huge information data bank available on the internet has generated a good deal of confidence in travellers to go ahead and travel. Traditional travel agents are still around but their role is more of certifying a deal now than to actually plan it.

Bollywood, the Indian film industry, has generated a humungous wave of interest among global travellers. It has brought India on a global map when it comes to travel and tourism. As per one estimate, over 13 million Indian population watch Bollywood movies every day. So, it can be termed as one of the strongest influences on Indian travellers.

India’s travel sector is poised to become the third-largest market by the year 2019 and the largest market by the year 2029. Many abundant professional opportunities are expected to come up in the industry every year. It is the most exciting phase that the industry is going through.

Travel offers some great professional highs! If you want to travel the world, get ready for it. The best part is, you can earn while you travel. Which other profession offers you the luxury of travelling and getting paid for it. The travel industry has shown a huge appetite for growth. This growth demands a lot of trained manpower, which is a concern as of now. The industry never goes out of demand for aspiring young professionals. This makes it essential for students to equip themselves with the business of tourism by merging managing skills with that of tourism. However, before you venture out, it is best to arm yourself with a professional diploma in Travel & Tourism Courses Management.

Many academies offer diverse courses, among which Travel Tourism Management is one of the prominent courses. Many professional institutes are there in Delhi that teach you the best of trade practices. Apart from the course content, they also teach aspiring youngsters to groom themselves.

There are many distant learning courses that offer deep knowledge of theories, business models and practices that consist of tourism management. Such courses prepare individual for a bright profession in the leisure and tourism industry. The Travel Management institutes will prepare you for a profession in this field.

You can work in the Government Department of Tourism, or in the district or state Tourism branches. After your degree, you can also join the private sector or opt for the public sector enterprise. Whatever you choose, the travel and tourism industry will never be out of opportunities for your travel and career ambitions.

5 Ways To Prevent Identity Theft While On Vacation

Going on a holiday is one of the best ways to get rid of stress, explore new culture and places, and connect with new people and build a lifetime friendship. Unfortunately, we all know that holidays can be ruined by criminals. Taking some precautions before you leave home will make a difference between a long-term nightmare and happy memories. Here are these five simple steps that you can take to prevent the identity theft:

Get Out Your Wallet – you’ve been importance to do this in any case. Shred all receipts or document them at home. Put your checkbook in a sheltered place in your home, and utilize your credit or charge card while voyaging, or voyager’s checks. Leave gift vouchers at home unless you plan to utilize them traveling. You ought to never routinely convey your Government managed savings or Medicare cards. If any of these are in your wallet, evacuate them forever.

Advise Your MasterCard Supplier – Once you’ve chosen which credit or check card to go up against excursion, contact the organization to tell them where you’ll be voyaging and for to what extent. In like manner, contact the suppliers of cards that you’re deserting. The extortion units of all cards will know where you are to avert unapproved buys.

Take An Extra Wallet – Tuck a tad bit of money inside alongside an inn keycard from a past excursion. Men ought to convey this in their back jeans take while ladies ought to convey this at the highest point of things in their satchel. In case you’re the casualty of a pickpocket, this wallet will be stolen, not your genuine one. In the event that a looter requests your wallet, hand over the extra.

Try Not To Post Trip Photographs Via Web-Based Networking Media – Post notices that you’re far from home and fun get-away photographs may appear like a smart thought, however truly any of this individual data is helpful both to criminals and personality hoodlums.

Telephone Calls From “Front Work Area Fraudsters” – In the event that you get a call from the “front work area” saying there’s an issue with your Visa and they require a number from an alternate card, considerately disclose to them that you’ll get back to in a minute and hang up. Call the work area yourself to check if the call is honest to goodness. You may discover that a character hoodlum was attempting to take your card number or, if there is a veritable issue with your card, call the organization to settle the issue.

How to Start Your Travel Journal

Writing a travel journal can be a fun experience. You will be jotting down everything from your travels around the world and creating a memorabilia of sorts. After a few years, the journal will be like a fountain of nostalgia for you. So, if you have been planning to begin a travel journal for quite some time now, here are a few tips that will help you get started.

Choose a Medium for Your Journal Entries

Most people love the idea of writing their travel stories in a leather bound notebook. However, if you want the world to read about your adventures, you can even start a blog and start putting in your entries. It could be anything from a small paragraph about the places you are visiting or your experiences. And if you have the time, you can even write complete How-to blogs to help other people plan their journeys.

Start Travelling ASAP

In order to be able to maintain a travel journal, you will first have to start travelling. Pick up a destination and go there. If you have a busy life, dedicate a certain period of the year to your travels. If you don’t have money, you can save up and plan a trip on a budget. For instance, you can easily book cheap flights well in advance so that you save both money and time.

Earn Experiences

There’s a reason why most people these days want to be travellers and not tourists. It’s because tourists go around a place, sightseeing the important monuments or historical landmarks. On the other hand, travellers explore the local culture and lifestyle of the people living there. So, while you are travelling, remember to not just see the important places but to also get a glimpse into the life and culture of the local people. This will instantly add a lot of value to your travel journal.

Eat a Variety of Delicious Dishes

One of the best things about travelling is that you will be able to try a variety of local dishes, that might not be available in your hometown. Try out local eateries and small places that make and sell authentic dishes. Before starting your journey, you can even do a little research about your destination to know about the best restaurants there.

Maintaining a travel journal is one of the most beautiful ways of documenting your life. Years later, when you will look back at your diary or blog, you will be hit with an instant burst of nostalgia. And then, you will be thankful for beginning your travel expeditions.

How to Plan The Best Food Vacation of Your Life

Travelling is an extremely rewarding experience. But, it becomes all the more amazing when great food is thrown in. After all, isn’t food the best way of getting to know a country’s culture and eventually, becoming a part of it? If you love food and would do anything to combine it with the joy of travel, then you are at the right place. Below, we give you some tips on how to plan the ultimate food vacation that will satisfy both your inner wanderlust and foodie.

Decide what cuisine you want to explore

Before embarking on a food journey, it’s important to make sure that you know what you want. Whether you want Italian, Chinese, Indian, or Lebanese, it’s crucial to make the decision so you can prepare for the trip ahead. Once you have decided on the cuisine, start planning for your trip. Begin by budget flight tickets, cheap airfares, and affordable accommodation. This way, you will be able to save money that can be then spent on food.

Make a list of the places you want to visit

There are many apps these days that will give detailed information about restaurants in different countries. All you have to do is go through them and pick the few best ones. Read the reviews and understand what you would like to eat. Sometimes, it’s possible that you might have a penchant for an unpopular dish. This step is important because when you finally hit the road, you don’t have to waste time looking for places to eat. You just have to take out your list and follow it. You can also jot down the most popular dishes of the places you pick if you want to save further time.

Take care of your health beforehand

It’s important to ensure that you are in the best of your health before you begin your food vacation. Get tested for allergies to that you know what ingredients might harm you. Also, if you have digestion or any other problem that could be aggravated by food, then take proper medication for it. Carry your medicines with you so that you don’t face any difficulties in a new place. Sometimes, your body may take time to adjust to a new cuisine especially if it’s spicy or completely different from what you are used to eating. So, keep all the appropriate medicines in place before heading out.

While you follow the tips given above and go to all the restaurants you have earmarked, don’t forget to go to the small streetside place. There, you will not only find amazing food but will also get to hear wonderful local stories.

Travel Essentials for Family Summer Getaways

As soon as the temperature rises, school’s done for the year and about any cold beverage or dessert is being craved, you’ll know it is time to dust off your straw hat, swimming gears and of course try fitting in those swimwear. Yes, it’s summer! The one season we will be enjoying the 2 month vacation from school as well as look for that family destination to savor the sun, the sand and the sea.

But, before we all get excited, let me give you tips on the travel essentials to bring for your chosen (if not favorite) summer getaway. Grab your pen and paper and take down this list.

Travelling with Family Must-Haves:

Travel Documents. If you plan to travel here in the Philippines, make sure you bring your valid IDs for documentation of possible verification. If you will be travelling outside the country, then passports, visa must come in handy.

Funds. Importantly, you must bring cash and/or your credit cards for all the payments. However, you must be cautious enough not to bring too much cash at hand as we know robbers may be eyeing on you. So basically, practice being safe at all times specially when withdrawing at ATMs. Better yet, keep a note in your mobile phone or a little notebook where you write down your budget and possible expenses so you would be able to track down in/outs of your money and keep the whole vacation on budget.

Medicines, medical tools and first aid kit. If you or any of your family member have an existing medical condition, make sure to always bring enough and a little extra of the maintenance medicines. You may not be able to find an immediate pharmacy on the place you will going and you may need prescription as well, so keep that with the medicine kit. You can place this in a pouch or a small bag that you can bring with you at all times while travelling. This goes with your first aid kit. At least, make sure that the first aid kit contains medicines for common illness like headache, stomach pain, loose bowel movement, anti-allergy as well as band aids, betadine iodine, alcohol, cotton swabs and a nail cutter. You will need to bring also blood pressure monitor and blood sugar monitor in case you have diabetic loved ones.

When travelling with kids or babies, this will be a different story. You will pack another set of essentials just for them. Clothes, diapers, wipes, feeding bottles, sterilizer, just no name a few. So keep that in the list too!

When you will be commuting for the travel, make sure you have all commute stops planned. If you will need to be travelling by plane, you must be making the booking ahead of time. While, when you travel by land, make sure you will know the bus stops, etc. And when you will be driving, Google maps and GPS will be your best friend. Plan and make your research ahead of time. And when you are driving, make sure that your motor vehicle is at its best condition with enough fuel, air and water.

Accommodation at destination. Make sure you have booked ahead for resorts and hotels as they might not entertain you via walk in. Sometimes, you can save time and money by booking or making your reservations online.

Clothes, swim wears. Make sure you bring enough appropriate clothes. To save some space in your bags though, consider bringing lightweight clothes and learn how to pack smartly.

Gadgets, camera. What would capture your memorable summer but bringing in your mobile phones for your selfies! Bring in your digital cameras or action cameras too! Keep your gadgets in waterproof pouches in case you want to bring them while swimming.

Padlocks. For security reasons, make sure your bags have padlocks. Make sure you attend to you belongings as just about any establishment have no responsibility on your belongings in case of loss.

Snacks, water. Due to the hot season, we tend to be dehydrated. So make sure to pack some snacks and water while travelling to fill up that energy.

Toiletries, cosmetics. These are important too. Make sure you have napkins, tissue paper, wipes. Your toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, body wash, shampoo, conditioner. Sunblock and sunburn recovery lotion. You may want to have travel kits where you can keep these essentials so you won’t need to bring the big bottles of shampoo. Just take a portion and place in these travel kit containers and you can refill those on your next travel destination.

This is my list when we go travelling. I will be making a series to this to include some more tips on my next blog. You may need more than this essentials, make sure to customize and tailor this list to your own needs and situation. Meanwhile, enjoy you summer destination and make memories!

Tips and Tricks That Will Surely Help You Make Your Travelling Memories Remarkable

There are not many instances in our life where we go out on a vacation with family or friends because of the compact itinerary we have limited ourselves to. So why not make those special moments conductive of rejoicing for a lifetime by following some simple tips and tricks of photography explained beneath.

1) Take multiple shots:
Everyone strives for that picture perfect click whenever a photograph is being snapped but unfortunately out of 100, we like or savor only a handful of clicks. Other photographs, lay down in our albums backup just for the sake of remembrance.

Therefore, it’s recommended to take multiple shots of the same picture so while sorting it out, you have a chance to opt for the best among them. Continuous shots is also an option that you try depending on your needs and deeds.

2) Camera type and its features:
Before you begin your trip, you should know everything about the camera, its type, and features you are willing to use. Because you will be handicapped for your entire journey if your camera broke up midway or you find out something very much unusual in it.

Smartphone cameras are also a great option nowadays as they are available with extensive features and are easy to carry compared to external cameras. But, if you are going to use smartphone cameras, make sure you have conclusive photography applications up on your sleeves to make your photographs elegant.

3) Take pictures with proper lights:
Background lights are very much important to click a wondrous snap no matter which camera you are using. By clicking photos with proper lights in the background will surely have a huge impact on the output and definitely, at the end, you will have an extraordinary click saved for your memories.

Natural lights can also be effective to give you better snaps, but make sure that the exposure level is managed or else output will be a bit dark.

4) Read and learn from every shot:
While you capture images, you should look out for all of those minute details that can make your pictures better than before and so it is your responsibility to learn from every of the shot you take.

Learn from your mistakes and be creative when you snap as photography is all about creativity. Your Photograph is an example of a shot that your eye has already captured.

5) Photo Stamping:
Photo Stamping is a remarkable way to add detail to photos, especially when you are on holidays or something related. The reason behind this is the 3 W’s question in your life which includes “When, Why and Where” were the photographs taken.

Adding details like date and time, signature and location on to the images can comfort you from stress that crop up when you memorize details of the snaps captured by you. And also, when you will be checking up all of those Images after your Journey is over, they won’t be an unknown entity to you.

Everything concluded, follow all these tips and tricks to make your memories with family, friends and loved ones stunning. Keep traveling and keep capturing beautiful images with its remembrance. Cheers!