Planning your travel
Probably the origin of the word “travel” is lost amidst history and is most likely originated from the Old French word travail. Basically travelling include the movement of human between relatively distant geographical locations and the mode may include by foot, bicycle, boat, aero plane, automobile or by any other viable mode of transport.
Man or rather human soul is nomadic. You can essentially control yourself amidst social bindings but difficult to cipher the soul, which is always in, search of liveliness. Travelling provides a perfect match to this. The basic need is planning. You first need to select your destination and plan accordingly. Having a basic idea of the climatic conditions and the surrounding is essential and handy. Going through the local city map can work miracles as this wades off being a nonprofessional in a new environment. Being aware of the local laws helps as this prevents being hackled unnecessarily. Also, know the local road rules, as it is different in New Zealand. You can always keep a scanned copy of passport and travel documents to your family and keep a soft copy on self as it might come handy. Eat where the locals eat and know the frauds of each destination. Getting your travel insurance done is probably the one top in the list.
Last but not the least learn to pack. Making a list of the essential commodities might help. Roll your clothes as this prevents creases and saves valuable space. Use little containers for everything and ensure that your bank cards work. Carrying a stock of plastics can always be handy, even to separate out dirty clothes and socks. Learn to swim and beware of the water you drink, even the one you use for bathing and brushing.