Mark Twain said, “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did.” When you’re traveling, you have a chance to go outside your comfort zone and experience something new – and it’s these moments that usually make the best travel memories.
So, when you return from vacation and settle back into your old routines, what might you regret not doing while you were away?
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Not Trying the Unfamiliar Food
Even if you aren’t sure you’ll like it, it’s always worth trying the local cuisine when you’re traveling. Food is a huge part of the identity of a culture, so it’s important for gaining an understanding of the place you’re visiting. Instead of overpriced tourist restaurants, look for the cheap place that’s popular with the locals.