As an avid traveler, I would love to live in a world where travel restrictions don’t exist and people are able to visit all of the beautiful places in this world without having to jump thru a bunch of hoops. With the news coming out last week about new travel restrictions for Americans visiting Cuba, and news earlier this year that the EU will be requiring a new electronic authorization for many countries starting in 2020, it was a pleasant surprise to hear this week that Brazil will be further reducing its Visa requirements for a select number of countries.
After months of planning and organizing, our planning for our Machu Picchu and Galapagos Islands trip is finally complete. We have been doing our best to take you along with us during our planning process so that we can demonstrate to you how our unique planning process works. Hopefully this information has been helpful for you and you and you will be able to use some of this process to plan your future trips.
In this article, I am going to discuss the logistics of our trip. By answering the “how” and “how long” questions in our travel planning process, we will be able to start filling in our transportation and accommodation needs for the trip. However, before we can start shopping for flights and hotels, we need to know how long we are going to be staying and what our itinerary is going to look like.
It is a question that I have asked myself a few times before traveling internationally. Do I take an antimalarial and deal with the sickness that is often a side-effect, or do I forgo the antimalarial and increase my odds of getting Malaria? The answer to that question seems pretty straight-forward, and it probably is. However, you would be surprised at how many people actually choose to not take an antimalarial before their trip.
If you aren’t a regular follower of our blog, we would like to say welcome! Hopefully everyone is having a fantastic start to 2018. For those who haven’t read our post on our travel plans for 2018, we are in the early stages of planning a trip to Peru and Ecuador this year to visit Machu Picchu and the Galapagos Islands. As promised, we are going to share with you some of our travel planning process with this trip.