Tuesday, June 2, 2009

travel notebooks



Travel Notebooks


Have you ever had the perfect trip and try to tell someone else about it later only to know you have forgotten most of the important fact?

I think this is true for all of us. While all of us are not travel journalist or even want to be, the skills they’ve mastered can be great to learn in recording information for future references. The first item on most people’s mind is how to keep it simple and easy to duplicate. There are many ways; yes, portable computers to texting can help. Simple social media operations like twitter can help to store valuable information until you can organize it. But in the long run, a simple old fashion note book can work wonders. You don’t have to be a prize writing journalist to make notes that will help you tell your story to others later. The most important thing is to gather the information and record it. By keeping the same style and size of notebooks, you can start a collection of your trips. Over time it will be something you can be proud of and know you have access to facts when you are asked about a trip you made several years ago. These notebooks also can be valuable in arranging a repeat trip.
There is also no reason important papers collected along the way cannot be stored between the pages. The more facts you store, the better you will be able to recall the trip. Now when you return, take the few minutes to write a short story, I think you will be glad when you did and know it will definitely help in recalling the trip.
Happy traveling

Johnny Ray
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