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Gyudon Restaurant Chains: Tokyo Cheap Eats Under 500 Yen Part 4

In Japan, gyudon is considered fast-food. Except it’s is arguably better; without the  fried stuff, in which you eat raw egg at a “fast food” joint, and you get miso soup or a side dish consisting of vegetables such as shredded cabbage—definitely, infinitely better. Gyudon is also known as the salarymen’s staple. Easy and delicious, and it’s filling, and most importantly, could be easily afforded under 500 Yen.

To those who are unfamiliar with the dish, “gyudon” literally means “beef bowl”, a dish consisted of rice topped with beef and cooked with onions, along with rice wine, soy sauce, and dashi (a type of sweet sauce) as the seasonings. Often times, a pink-colored pickles called shouga (pickled ginger) and miso soup are presented along with the beef bowl. It’s a very popular dish with both locals and travelers, and there are a lot of establishments in Japan specializing in gyudon. Rounded up, prices range from 400 to 500 yen per serving. Meals are often prepared fast, so if you’re both in a hurry and on a budget, gyudon establishments could be the perfect place to eat. The most popular chains gyudon chains are Matsuya, Yoshinoya, and Sukiya.

Sukiya

Sukiya is the newest among the three gyudon establishment. Sukiya is known to have a varied menu, with an assortment of topping options you can sample. Cheese topping is one of the most popular menu with diners. Sukiya also provides children menu and other dishes that are not considered gyudon, such as kaisendon which is rice topped with slices of sashimi. The large Erving is called “oumori”, priced approximately 500 JPY, while the normal size is called namimori.

Matsuya

Matsuya is a self-service gyudon chain that serve you with a vending machine and a ticket. The lack of human touch enabled Matsuya to be the cheapest gyudon chain among the three mentioned here. You simply have to press a button, put your Yen bills, then pick the menu according to what the vending machine tells you. It might sound very impersonal to some people; but try it and make a conclusion yourself. It’s an experience that you might not get anywhere else.

Yoshinoya

Yoshinoya is arguably the largest gyudon restaurant chain that’s been long-established. It’s a multinational company that has stores overseas as well, so some of you might be familiar with the name already. At Yoshinoya, customers may make requests without charges. Take notes of these terms for your future Japan trip; extra tsuyudaku (gravy sauce), extra onions (negidaku) and if you prefer to have less rice, then you can say “karui no”.

These are simply the most popular gyudon chains that basically everyone knows about. There are plenty of other gyudon restaurants you should definitely try as well, such as Chikara-Meshi that utilizes the touchscreen panel (like what many restaurants in Japan implemented as well). Regardless, whichever gyudon chains you picked, you’re guaranteed to have a delicious meal with a decent portion in under 500 Yen.

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One Stop Trip to the Supermarket: Tokyo Cheap Eats Under 500 Yen

Tokyo Cheap Eats Under 500 Yen

 

Everyone loves the sheer convenience Japanese convenience stores (conbini) provides. it’s located basically everywhere, at any corner of the road that you can find. It’s so easy to lose track of your spending as you buy a piece of dorayaki at FamilyMart, then spend 200 yen more at a warm bottled ocha at 7-Eleven. While that’s good and all for your in-between meals snacking, relying on conbinis for your meals might falsely led you to believe that you’ve cut down your meal expenses to a maximum just because you don’t eat at a cafe or a restaurant.

You can definitely cut more.

Obviously as opposed to the conbini, supermarkets are considerably cheaper. At conbini, you pay for the convenience. So make sure to make regular trips to supermarkets if there is one near your place. Traditional markets are obviously cheaper, so that’s an option too. However supermarkets are infinitely easier to find in the midst of Tokyo metropolis. If you can’t find one on the main road, usually very well within walking distance, then it’s probably just one or two stations away.

Cook!

If you have time and the facility of where you stay allows it, cooking by yourself as you travel can be extremely rewarding, as you navigate through the process of acquiring the ingredients yourself and finding the time to cook amidst your packed itinerary—and perhaps even preparing a lunchbox for yourself. The feeling of domesticity could be very fulfilling. No need to fret if you simply can’t sacrifice the time to do the mundane task of cooking—or simply too lazy to. You can find slices of chicken, beef, fishes, and the likes, ready to season and cooked. If you’ve been eyeing some Japanese cooking recipes, then starting in Japan is the best way to go about it, as ingredients and seasonings like shoyu, wasabi, mentsuyu, mirin, and many others could be easily found.

The Snacks

A pack of toast bread that have anywhere between 5 to 10 slices are priced anywhere between 100 JPY to 400 JPY, depending on the type of bread and the brands. A pack of 10 slices of peeled bread I usually bought is priced at 130-150 JPY, enough for at least three days of breakfast.

Fruits are often expensive in Tokyo supermarket, so make sure to watch out for the price tags. Except for bananas which are reasonably priced across many shops. A pack of 3 Cavendish banana is priced at approximately 200-300 JPY; you could find them cheaper or more expensive depending on the supermarkets/stores. The bananas last for a few days; more if stored in the fridge. Banana toasted sandwich first thing in the morning? Yum!

Instant Food

You can also find delightful instant food that won’t make you feel as if you’re eating something instant. If you have access to a microwave or a stove, instant okonomiyaki and takoyaki are among the packaged instant food you’d have to try. There’s also a pack of Hamburg steak complete with the sauce ready for you to heat up and dig in. Then of course, there’s the complete set; Bento. A fancier pack of bento would easily cost you over 500 JPY, though, so take notice of the Yen tags!

Of course when it comes to fresh produce in Japan, heed the age-old tip of closing time discount. Nearing closing time, usually one hour to 30 minutes, the tenchou (manager) would put up discount stickers—in which the discount rise gradually. From 10%, 30%, 50% and even up to 80%. You can easily get a pack of bento priced at approximately 150 JPY for a non-frilly bento, and 300 JPY for some makizushi or even a few of nigirizushi! Each store’s closing time is different, so make sure to check to notice the pattern.

 

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Bringing the Kids to Komodo Island: Can You, Really?

“Can your kids go to Komodo Island?”

Bringing the Kids to Komodo Island

The Komodo Island boasts with its wildness. The raw nature, prehistoric giant lizard, and wonderful landscape promise a wonderful adventure. When you go around April to June, you will be greeted by highly contrast, technicolor landscape—which will be very exciting for the kids. In the season, they’ll get to see sparkling white beach bordering rolling green hills with pristine azure sea. They will have a precious chance to meet with the Komodo Dragon. one of 7 New Wonders of Nature. As if it’s not enough, your kids will be thrilled by pirate-like adventure in the liveaboard and get the chance to snorkel in shore water which is very alive with marine life.

All the experience they can get in Komodo Island will be very beneficial for their growth and development. However, given the rough condition, travelling with kids to this frontier require special attention. Here’s the tips to have successful holiday with Komodo and the kids—and keep everyone happy.

1. Keep ‘Em Away from the Dragon

Seeing the Komodo Dragon in the real life can be very thrilling, especially for the kids. These scaly beasts appear like straight from their Dinosaurs books (PS: albeit looking like  one, they are not a dinosaur). The danger lies in Komodo’s behavior. The giant lizard often seems kinda sleepy and languid, sometimes heavy with full belly. They provide false sense of security while in fact they can move in a flash to bite you.

Komodo might appear like a strange creature that sparks the curiosity of the kids. However, never let your kids touch them. Don’t even let them go any nearer than 2 meters from the lizard. Keep the kids close, especially in a National Park where the lizard are left out roaming free without any fence.

2. Stock Up in Labuan Bajo

Before you hop on the cruise, better to spend a good time in Labuan Bajo. This is the last ‘civilized’ city where you can find the best range of necessity. Fill up your bag with diapers, medical supplies, milk, snacks, toiletries, and any other thing you might need. Keep in mind that it’s best to stick with small-sized cartoned milk for the kids. The big one can only life for a day after opened, and you might not have private refrigerator in your boat. 

3. Always Bring Snack and First Aid

Here are five things that should be in your bag wherever you go: first aid kit, sunscreen, mosquito repeller, and snacks. The sun in Komodo Island (and generally anywhere in Flores) is very hot. The kids will get very bad sunburn without regular reapplication of sunscreen. And it’s one of high malaria area in Indonesia—you don’t want to risk it. Meanwhile, the snack can help to soothe down the weary kids after so much adventure.

4. Bring Your Own Equipment

What is a trip to Komodo Island without one or two snorkelling? The Komodo National Park is one of the best preserved marine life as well as best diving site in the world. The trip is bound for some underwater exploration! Unfortunately, not many ship provide kids-size life jackets. You need to bring one. The same thing applies for snorkelling equipment—you will have difficulty to find kid-sized equipment. If your plan to have some water sports, make sure you bring all the kids’ equipment before going.

5. Bring Suitable Shoes and Mosquito Nets

Any day in the Komodo National Park is a trekking day. You will trek with the dragons in Komodo and Rinca Island. Going to a hilltop view in Padar? Trekking. Resting for sunset in Kelor Island? Another short trek. Exploring the savannah in Gili Lawa and Sebayut? You got the trek ready. Make sure each of the kids are well equipped with comfortable short shoes. It will help them to trek easily and avoid the swollen foot.

And the mosquito nets? You’ll be super thankful to yourself to bring one as not all places have it. It protects everyone from mosquito bites and the malaria dengue .

6. Take them to Exercise Before the Trip

With so many snorkel and trekking rip, it’s better to get the kids for some exercise before going. It can be a simple jog in the park or bicycling.

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4 Tops Useful Tips before Diving in Bali

Diving in Bali is the most desirable things to do when you step your foot on this paradise island. Indonesia has been famous for the biodiversity under the sea. There are many creatures living under sea water which are ready to welcome visitors such as Sunfish, which have been known as the world’s heaviest bony fish. The clear water just adds the beauty of the sea and makes the diving experience even better. Coral reefs, fish, and shipwreck are ready to be seen for those who are eager to find them. There are over 26 diving sites in Bali for beginners to advanced divers.

Diving In Bali

What to consider before diving in Bali

Bali has many beaches as well as best spots for diving. Lots of tourists both local and international have proved memorable experience in diving. There is no need to worry to dive in one of the best diving spots in Bali as well even for those who are categorized as a beginner. However, it is highly advisable to follow some useful tip before diving as follow:

  • It is recommended to check the time before going for dive. The peak seasons for diving falls between Augusts to end October. The best time to dive in September, which is the mid-season since around this time the chances to find the Sunfish or Mola-Mola are higher. For those who are looking for nudibranchs or critters, the best time to dive is between January to March because that is the time when the nudibranchs blossom. There are also chances for discounts around this time.
  • Before diving in Bali, it is recommended to find out first the best diving spots. There are many options though such as the East coast. For advanced divers, Padangbai and Candidasa are the most ideal diving spots to try. Meanwhile, there are also many diving spots reserved for teaching beginners such as Benoa, which is located in South Bali. Other bet diving spots include Nusa Penida, Tulamben, Pemuteran, Amed, Puri Jati, and many more.
  • It is recommended to find an affordable cost of diving in Bali. The cost is varied based on the services taken such as underwater photographer, experienced instructor, and a set of diving equipment. For beginners, the cost starts from USD $20 and another USD $20 for a full set of diving equipment. For advanced divers, the cost is around USD $20 per dive. The cost is actually affordable and competitive.
  • If the main reason for visiting Bali is to explore the underwater by diving, it is more recommended to take Bali dive safaris. This is a specialized program where divers will travel around Bali by minibus or car then sleep a couple of nights in certain dive areas to be continued by visiting the most popular diving area. Diving in Bali surely will be an unforgettable experience.
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How to Travel with Colleagues Successfully

Travel with colleagues sometimes makes you feel more awkward especially when you have not closed yet with them. However, there is nothing you can do to avoid the travel. Therefore, instead of avoiding the travel, it is best to find the best way to make your travel more comfortable both for you and your colleagues. There are many things you can do to make your interaction less awkward during your travel. You just need to be more open-minded and ready to compromise to avoid unnecessary clash.

four colleagues on business travel

Tips to travel with colleagues successfully

Travel for work sometimes is not as exciting as travel for holiday. This type of travel requires you to focus mainly on your responsibilities and your contribution to your team work if you travel with your co-workers. There will be new dynamic to be set. Even if you are close enough to your colleagues, you need to keep in mind that the travel is not to enjoy yourself but to complete the task in team. If you cannot set the dynamic well, there might be negative consequences in the end. Thus, here are tips how to make your travel with colleagues run smoothly:

  • Make sure to maintain professional boundaries because sometimes it is easy to forget that you are in mission just because you are outside of the office. It is best to avoid sharing personal details when you and your colleagues do your responsibilities no matter how casual the environment is.
  • To help you set the right dynamic during your travel with colleagues, it is recommended to set a goal before you set off. You can make daily goal which can you check at the end of the day. If it is necessary, you can share your goals to your colleagues and ask their opinion. It is great if they have the same goals so you can work harmoniously.
  • Remember to always look out for each other during your travel. It is not always about work-related stuff but also about your daily chores. This doesn’t have to be heavy tasks. You can look out for each other for small things such as reminding each other when the meeting is, making sure your colleagues are ready for the presentation, and so on.
  • It is fine to have ‘me time’ during your travel with your co-workers. Doing everything together all the time can be sickening. You will need time to composure your thoughts. That is why you need to spend your ‘me time’. You can take an hour off from a duty to wander around the place and enjoy your time.
  • Be ready to compromise if you and your colleagues have different opinion over small or big issue. Always remember that you and your colleagues have goals to achieve at the end of the travel. If you are both being too proud to compromise, you will fail together. Make sure to maintain good communication to avoid fight or clash. That is how your travel with colleagues works.
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Why You Need Travel Light?

Why You Need Travel Light?
Everybody wants their travel to be free from any hassle and trouble. Travel light is the solution if you want the same thing for your vacation. Simple travelling is what people love more today than carrying around heavy luggage. The concept of travel light is easy. You travel without carrying too much stuff in your luggage. Generally, you just need to bring one bag to pack all the stuffs you need for the travel.

However, not all people are pleased with idea. Especially those who always tend to think that everything is necessary so in the end they pack everything into their luggage. The concept of travel light is compromising though. However, you might as well consider the destination as well to make sure you are not under-packed.

Travel light for some reasons

There are many reasons why you should start considering to take travel light. There are many benefits you can gain y choosing this type of travel instead of bringing too many bags for a simple travel. Here are some reasons why travel light will save you from unnecessary hassle and the chance of ruining your travel mood:

 

  • By taking light luggage, you are in more control. There is no need to wait for somebody else to carry your bags or suitcase. There is no need for you to use wheelie carts even. You are the only one in charge for your luggage. Even when you have to take one last minute detour, you won’t be bothered with your luggage since it’s light and simple.
  • Practicality is something you can learn from travel light. When you don’t pack something you think is essential for your travel, you can always search it through local store. Just say you have got a cold during your vacation and you don’t bring any medicine from your home. You can just go to the nearest drug store in your destination. Then, ask for the right medicine then the problem is solved. It is practical and there is nothing to be worried about.
  • Packing light means you have a chance to fill in full once the vacation over. It is common to go shopping at travel destination so you can bring something to your home such as clothes, accessories, even snacks. If your luggage have already full-packed from the beginning, you won’t have space left to bring what you shop later.
  • Packing light means you don’t need much time to get ready. You don’t have to fret over which clothes you should pick for the day, or what sweater you should wear for dinner. Everything comes in handy and simple. Your time is more effective since you won’t have to waste any minutes agonizing over unnecessary things.
  • When you choose travel light, there will be feeling of security throughout your travelling. It is because you don’t have to worry when your other bags are out of your sight. You only carry one bag and it is in your hand all the time.

 

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Planning Your First Komodo Cruise: Choosing the Cabins

What’s better than a Komodo cruise for a summer voyage to the idyllic Flores and Komodo National Park? Picture a tropical archipelago with high, brown mountainous lands, glittering soft beaches, and luminous ocean. Sometimes, lines of rosy-tinted beaches peek shyly from hidden shores. Now, throw in the prehistoric, venomous, and largest lizard in the world which creeps among the drylands. You got Flores, one of the most idyllic destinations in Indonesia. And this type of holiday is best spent in the comfort of a cruise.

Planning Your First Komodo Cruise: Choosing the Cabins

A cruise is built for those who really want to experience the “live aboard” (literally living in the ship) to the fullest. It’s not built for speed—you might want to opt for speedboat for that. A sailing trip with Komodo cruise is not only about a vessel to reach destinations. It is meant to take the journey itself as an enjoyable part of the adventure itself. If this is your first time sailing with a cruise, take note to these tips to make your cruising holiday pleasant.

Determine Your Type of Holiday

With so much gorgeous Komodo cruise options, you can choose one that really suits your type of vacancy. If you are traveling with a partner or having a honeymoon trip, you might want to take a cruise with plenty of privacy. A fancier cruise with a touch of romantic design will be a good plus for a couple holiday. After all, you want this trip to make you all lovey-dovey with your partner, don’t you?

Traveling with family (and little children) will require a bigger room to accommodate all the family members. Better to take a ship with family rooms; the one with one queen bed and bunk beds for the kiddos. For an adventure with the gang, a luxury might not sit in top priority. A cruise with bunk beds, plenty of lounge spaces and party area will make a great trip. The type of your holiday matters to ship choosing—from luxury cruise to the budget-friendly one.

Cabin Placement

Speaking of rooms, pay extra attention when you choose a cabin. Especially if you are prone to seasickness during a sailing trip. Know that the higher a cabin, the harder it rocks. They do, however, provide the best view of the surrounding ocean. For a more stable stay, choose cabins in the lower and central part of the Komodo cruise.

A Style of Live

Do you want to wake up to sunrise? Or would you prefer to get closer to the social hub? All this little preference matter when you choose a cabin in the cruise. If you are very social, for example, you might want to have easy access to the lounge, where the crowds are.

Wooden Ship vs Cruise

A lot of travel agencies back in Labuan Bajo confuse a wooden ship with the cruise—think that they are interchangeable. A lot of travelers fell into the misguidance and ended up with cramped wooden boats instead of a neat cruise. A wooden boat and low-budget liveaboard to Komodo are not the comfiest in the market. The cabins are usually just enough to spread a bed and pile bunkbeds right on top of it. The narrow decks have little space left from long tables and chairs. Sometimes, they just arrange the meal on the floor! Know the difference.

Type of Cabins

Just like hotels, cruises has its own terms when it comes to the type of their ‘rooms’. Almost every decent Komodo cruise will feature one of these types or combine several of them on board. There are four types of cabins that you need to know:

The Inside

It’s the smallest cabin in the ship, usually located at the lowest level or in the middle of the ship. Expect to find no windows. It’s also the cheapest of all room—perfect for budget travelers who still want to have quality service of a cruise.

  • The Outside

This room is located on the side of the ship. It has a small window or porthole, so you can peek at what’s happening on the outside. Sometimes also known as ocean view, it’s also a little bit bigger than “inside” type.

  • The Balcony

Just as the name suggests, this room features a balcony where you can take fresh air without coming to public space. It’s great for travelers who want a little luxury and privacy. You can enjoy the beauty of the ocean right on the doorstep.

  • The Suite

Sometimes it’s only found in the most luxurious Komodo Cruise. The suite allows separated living areas and sleeping station, making the journey much more comfortable.

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Recommended Activities during Staycation You Can Do

Lots of people will agree that staycation is not the most ideal choice for vacation. Lots of people wish for luxury travel overseas. However, staycation can be a lot of fun too. You can do lots of fun activities during staycation. There are many benefits as well when you choose to spend your day break with staycation instead of travelling overseas. You can save your budget and use it for other more important expenses. You can also save your energy especially when you spend your most time working. Staycation is your chance to get recharged in short time. You don’t have to travel far just to gain some fun and happiness. You can create them with the source all around you.

Choices of activities during staycation

Staycation is the moment when you do anything you want to do. You don’t have to worry about your limited budget and time because you don’t really need them. In fact, you can stay at home during your staycation. There won’t be any judge because that is the time of yours. However, it is also fun to spend your staycation time doing activities which can help lifting up your mood. Here are some recommended activities suitable for staycation:

  • Movie marathon – This is one of the most popular activities for staycation. You can either netflix and chill or go to the nearest cinema to watch current box-office movies. Watching movies can be a relaxing time because your mind is averted to something outside your duty at work or school. You mind is fully occupied with the plot and character in the movies so you let yourself lose for a while.
  • Food tour – Foods never fail to lift up your energy in many ways. It is one of the most fun activities during staycation you can’t miss. You can go to local market to try some street foods or go to the newest restaurant and try out their special menu. Indulging your appetite is one of the best activities during staycation.
  • Watching local sports – If you like watching sport tournaments like football or basketball, you can watch them during your staycation. Cheering your local team up is the best way to release all negative energy from your body. Ask your friends to go along with you. It is also great idea to be all out by wearing your team jersey and be a one-day cheerleader in the bleacher.
  • Shopping – Most people like shopping not only because they can buy what they want but also see many things. It is a great distraction from stress. You can spend your staycation time by shopping clothes or buying some groceries to stock up your fridge.
  • Cooking – If you like cooking, spend your time by trying to make new recipe that you have been wanting for. You can invite your friend so they can be a judge for your experiment. Cooking is also considered as healing moment. That’s why it is one of the best activities during staycation you can try.
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Dive Internship Bali, Should You Pay Or Work?

Career changes can occur at any time. Everyone has a dream career that becomes a resolution to be realized. Many dream career choices, but not many dream of a career as a dive master. This is a hobby! Hobbies that turn into dream careers. Career based on hobbies is fun. Working according to passion makes you happier.

Dive Internship Bali

Maybe you will be a little overwhelmed to find information about the dive internship. Where? How is the process? What should be prepared? Dive internship Bali is an option that you can consider. Considering that Bali is filled with diving tourist spots and is easy to find professional dive centers. Do you have to pay to take part in a Bali dive internship?

There are 2 types of offers from the dive center. Those who offer a dive internship Bali for free, and who charge fees. Let’s learn, the benefits of a Balinese dive internship for divers or the dive center itself.

Get It Free And Give Benefit For The Company

Initially, this might have seen the company’s smart idea. Train through a dive internship and hire them. Dive internship Bali can later work freely and effectively. Maybe some dive centers provide requirements for them to work within a certain period. In fact, there are many local residents who are guides. This allows their opportunities to find fortune decreases. But, certain dive centers recruit and train them to become dive masters internships. This benefits both parties.

Diving Everyday

Diving every day? is it fun right? Even though at the stage of the dive internship, you will be trained to bring guests who pay for diving packages every day. This is a difficult job when you are also training to become a dive master. You must guide, make decisions during an emergency, ensure safety and ensure guests have fun.

Time With Your Instructor

At the time of the dive internship Bali, time with the instructor is very important. Why? You can quickly develop. And this is the time where knowledge and skills will come. The more you greet and spend time with the instructor, the more skilled you will be. Experience, attitude, and level are important for your experience dive internship Bali.

Maximize Your Dive Internship

Experience is the main point when you are in training. The important thing that you must pay attention to become a professional dive is

  • Maximize time with instructors and explore as much knowledge as possible.
  • Learn by yourself from various online or other modules
  • Take advantage of dive center facilities well

Training for a free dive internship Bali may not be as complete as if you paid. For that, if you have the opportunity with the instructor, then you have to ask everything you don’t know yet. Free dive internships Bali are more flexible than those paid, due to time constraints. For that reason, use the time during the free dive internship Bali for all skills.

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What to Do to Keep Your Skin Healthy While Travelling

Travelling can be a moment of healing for your mind. However, long trip might also ruin your body especially your skin. It is important to keep your skin healthy while travelling. Glowing skin means healthy body as well. During your trip, it is easy to forget that your body also needs to be taken care of. You need to keep your body healthy regardless the circumstances of your journey. Lots of people regret their behavior of neglecting their well-being after the trip ends. Sunburns, rough skin, or uneven tan can ruin your mood after the trip ends.

How to keep your skin healthy while travelling

 

Skin is one of the most important parts of your body. It is the layer protecting your body from any harm such as radiation. During travel, sometimes you forget your skin care routine. Even if you are travelling solo, you must have a need to look presentable with fresh and glowing skin. You must also want to avoid having dry and unhealthy skin after the trip. So here are the tips to keep your skin healthy during your travel:

 

  • The first rule when you are going out is to apply sunscreen. This is the basic thing to do to protect your skin from any harm like harsh weather, sun radiation, or pollution. Every individual has different skin condition but being protected by sunscreen is general rule applied for any type of skin. Sunscreen will help to prevent your skin from unnecessary sunburn which can level up the risk of skin cancer especially for those who have fair skin.
  • Make sure your skin is always moisture by applying moisturizing cream. This will help your skin to avoid dryness due to harsh weather, especially pollution. Even when you are travelling to suburb places where pollution is i minimum level, your skin still needs to be moisturized.
  • To keep your skin healthy while travelling, you need to keep your body hydrated. Dehydration will not only affect your metabolism but also your skin’s health. When your body is dehydrating, your skin will easy dry. When your skin is dry, it is prone to other skin problems. To avoid your body from dehydration, you need to drink mineral water properly or at least make sure that you fill in your body fluid needs properly.
  • It is highly recommended to not drink caffeine too much while travelling. Caffeine can make your body dehydrated easier which can influence your skin as well. Drink something healthy such as juice, smoothies, or coconut water.
  • Wear something to protect your skin from direct damages such as hat with wide brim, sunglasses, or clothes with long sleeves. If your trip involves more in outdoor activities, make sure to wear proper outfits. It is better to use loose clothes so your skin can breathe easily. Loose outfits also help to avoid irritation due to sweat trapped on the surface of the skin itself. With proper outfits, you can keep your skin healthy while travelling.

 

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