Making sure you remember your time away from home can be down to your energy levels and if you feel yourself flagging whilst on your travels then you might want to change your routine in order to stay in the game for the long haul as opposed to cutting an experience short.

Keeping your mind, body and soul refreshed is exactly what’s required to help you have a happy and memorable trip and no matter what you get up to, naturally recalling what you did is definitely better than getting a flashback via Facebook.

So, if you want to have fun and keep fresh whilst travelling abroad then read the top five tips below and take heed of the quote from Jawaharlal Nehru as you begin to see the world through new eyes.

“We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.”


Getting back to basics and remembering to take on-board fluids throughout the day is critical for maintaining energy levels as you keep hydrated. Drinking water in hot countries, especially, needs to be taken seriously and always making sure you get your H20 from a trusted source is definitely best advice for staying happy and healthy.

Early evenings

Although travelling abroad can sometimes seem like one long party, there’s plenty of sense in taking a few early nights along the way. Staying fresh and taking everything in can be as simple as allowing your body and brain to recover over the course of a good night’s sleep and if you want to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of an early start then there’s no better way to refresh your soul.

Spa and massage

Bumpy coach journeys, blistering heat and a general lack of care and attention can all leave your body feeling like it’s really been neglected. Taking an afternoon at a spa can be all that’s needed to nurse you back to health and from facials and relaxing massages to all over body scrubs and rejuvenating remedies, who said that travelling and pampering can’t go hand in hand?

Yoga and meditation

Even if you’ve never tried yoga before, even the simplest of stretches can be all that’s required to keep you fresh and active when travelling away from home. Meditation can be equally as beneficial and if you get the chance to spend a few days learning and practicing yoga or meditation with like minded others you’re bound to be left feeling both culturally and spiritually enlightened in no time at all.

Don’t overdo it

No one wants to be a party pooper but if you can opt for a few less nights out clubbing and a few more early morning treks you’ll soon discover that there’s much more to remember about your travels for all the right reasons. Keeping alcohol levels in check will help you keep your body’s energy levels at a premium as well as benefiting your financial well being too, what’s not to like?

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