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World Travel for Beginners
Thursday, July 29, 2010
Have you ever dreamed of seeing the world, but thought "that's just not me." Maybe you're not exactly swimming in disposable income, but you don't see yourself roughing it in youth hostels either. Or maybe the thought of navigating unfamiliar cultures and foreign languages makes your hair stand on end. Maybe you just don't know where to start.

The first thing you will need is a passport. If you're a U.S. citizen you can download the application form from the U.S. Department of State website. You will need to sign and submit the application in person; the website includes all of the details. Allow plenty of time for your passport to arrive in the mail before leaving the country.

Next comes the fun part -- choosing your destinations! Maybe you have fantasized about Holiday Villas in Spain, luxury hotels in India, or beach huts in Tahiti. You could choose to fully immerse yourself in a single location to get the full effect of the people and culture. Or, you could allow yourself a number of destinations. Many packages and discounts are available online, so pick your dream spot and search away.

Remember, if you choose multiple destinations you will need to find transportation from one to the next. In Europe, the rail system makes this easy. However, you may choose to travel by plane, boat, or car.

It is a good idea to familiarize yourself with the language of the location you are visiting. If you already speak a second language, maybe that will figure into your decision. But don't feel intimidated if you're not a master of languages. People in many areas of the world, particularly in tourist-heavy areas, speak at least some English. They do appreciate when visitors at least make an attempt to speak their language, but if you get into a jam, you can often find an English-speaker. Bon voyage!

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