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Bad Travel Habits to Quit Instead of Develop

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The more you travel, the more habits you develop. Some of them might benefits for you and some other might just cause you more problems. Hence, it is always nice to try understanding yourself and your tendency when it comes to travel habits. Even though they are not life-threatening, removing some of your bad travel habits might do you wonder for the next trips are going to experience int he future.

Bad Travel Habits to Quit Instead of Develop

Quite these bad travel habits

There are many travel habits travelers develop over the time such as they way they pack their things, how they eat during the trip, how they interact with the locals, what transport they tend to choose during the trip, and many more. Some bad travel habits might not affect your well-being significantly but some can. Here are few bad travel habits you can quit instead of developing them:

Insist on walking instead of taking cabs to save money. This doesn’t sound like bad habit because it is good to save some money during the trip, right? However, it is bad habit if you sacrifice your feet. If you refuse to splurge a little bit on cab when being out all day during the trip to the point your feet swollen and hurt then you need to stop this habit. You can wander around the places withing walking distance but choose alternative such as taking a bus or cab for destination out of walking distance.

Travelling abroad without learning basic vocabulary of the language of your destination. This might not be a fatal bad habit. However, learning new language, at least the basic words of the local language will cause difference. The locals will appreciate your effort and you will feel welcomed. Also, the words you have learned might be useful during emergency so you can communicate better. You can at least learns basic words for thank yous, hellos, helps, or sorry.

Waiting to pack until the night before you travel. This can cause huge problems because what if your flight is early in the morning and you sleep in? You might get to the airport late and being left behind. You will have to reschedule your trip, buy new tickets, and your moods for travel are ruined. Hence, it is always recommended to pack early so you have time to truly list what you have to bring. You won’t also feel rushed when it is time to go for the trip.

Not learning the exchange rate prior the trip. Travelling abroad needs more preparation included knowing the exchange rate of your destination. If you keep forgetting this matter, you will keep wondering whether or not you are paying a fair price. If you tend to forget this, download a currency exchange apps in your phone so you can check them anytime.

Make needed preparation beforehand so you have everything you need then enjoy every experience during the trip. Try not to develop a habit of overbooking or over-scheduling because sometimes you don’t have time to visit all places.


The Most Instagrammable Places in The Misool Papua

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Misool Papua

Are you looking for a tropical paradise? This Raja Ampat Island is on the bucket list of almost every traveler in the world. If there’s only one Island you visit at Raja Ampat in West Papua, Misool Papua should be. Misool is a tropical hideaway beaming with the natural beauty emanating on each Island’s best sight. It is home to substantial marine biodiversity with colorful coral reefs. The Island is full of the most amazing places and insane views. No matter where and when you go, you’ll want to have your camera out and ready to snap a fantastic picture. Pretty much everything in the Misool is super Instagrammable, but these five places are where you’ll get the very best Misool Instagram feed.

Malol Waterfall

Malol waterfall is located in Gamta Village, West Misool District. The waterfall provides cool and refreshing water. The waterfall has five stages, and the water comes down beautifully. Around the waterfall, some green and big trees grow abundantly. Visit Malol Waterfall for a relaxing time, which would be perfect for unwinding during your trip!

Namlol Beach in Misool Papua

Endless views on Namlol Beach is what one needs whenever they visit Misool Papua! And this spot is so instagrammable. Doesn’t it? Admit it; this is what tropical paradise looks like! Located in Misool Island, Namlol beach is one of the best beaches in Misool, making sure you enjoy a well-earned trip without spending a lot. At the same time, the crystal-clear water and the white sands add beauty to the beach. Apart from clicking dreamy photos, get cozy with the beach blankets, read a book, and laze around the coast. Trust me; you won’t regret it during the trip!

Lenmakana Jelly Fishes Lake

In Misool Island, there is Lenmakana Jelly Fishes Lake.  The Jellyfish Lake is one of only three places in the world where you can swim with these creatures. This lake is a home of beautiful jellyfishes, and it becomes one of the best tourist attractions here. Those jellyfishes don’t sting, so that you can swim with them. Remember to carry an underwater camera, because the jellyfishes also become a suitable object for photography!

Misool Papua

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Visit Love Lagoon in Misool Papua

Magnificent is the right word to describe Love Lagoon. Lush trees and big karst surround the Love Lagoon.  Did you know that Love Pool becomes part of Misool’s best nature attractions? It is also one of the best tourist destinations in Raja Ampat. The lagoon has a unique shape, but it also offers the pure color of the water. The crystal clear water combines into an unspoiled beauty of nature. Big karst and lush trees also become an exciting background for photography!

Keramat Cave

Keramat Cave, which means the sacred cave of Misool Island. You will see the turquoise-colored ocean water included with the stalactites and stalagmites from the mouth of the cave.