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Holidaying can be thrilling and daunting all at once. You spend months thinking, planning and
spending for your holiday…and all of the sudden it's here.
According to Lisa Murray at Australia Trip Planner: "My suggestion is to really enjoy every single
element of your time away - that involves the good, the bad as well as the crazy parts. And the
greatest way to truly enjoy your holiday is by planning as much as as you can. This means that
when you arrive at each location, you have a basic game plan in place. By having an itinerary to
guide you, you can take it easy and get the most out of your holiday because you've already got
the information handy."
Follow these six basic advice to make the most out of your holiday and every one thereafter:
•You're on vacation so have a go at different activities. Chances are you'll have a blast. Worst
case scenario, you'll have a giggle about it with family and friends after your holiday.
•You can have a great holiday on a shoestring budget. Shop around for cheap packages.
•Don't over-plan your holiday. Make sure you have time to relax and do nothing while you're on
your holiday. Remember, you're on holidays not running a marathon.
•Be flexible. If you intended on climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge one day but it's pouring
rain….take yourself off to a museum, movie or bowling instead so you don't get saturated. The
Bridge will still be there the next day for you to do a BridgeClimb.
•Do the activities you want to do and don't feel obliged to do things that doesn't interest you.
•Don't cut corners on yourself on your holiday. Whether it's an additional tour or buying yourself a
souvenir to remember your holiday, do it. You'll just be disappointed afterwards, and you know
what - you are entitled to it.
If you're on holiday in Australia, visit Australia Trip Planner to help you plan and arrange your
journey. You can get a individualized itinerary for just AUD2.00 which offers you options and
ideas of what to do in each Australian city. You are not obliged to book any activities, but it's
wonderful knowing that you've got some great information handy so you can make the most out of
each day. Check out this awesome website for yourself.