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Resources

Create Your Own Itinerary: http://www.tripomatic.com
Create Your Own Travel Guide: http://www.stay.com/
Inexpensive bus travel throughout the Eastern United States: http://us.megabus.com/default.aspx
The Boston to Washington, D.C. bus leaves Boston at 11:20pm and arrives at 9am in D.C. If you don't mind overnight travel this could save you a day of travel and a night of accommodations!
Go all over England and Scotland by bus and train for a small amount of money with: http://megabus.com

http://www.bakpakguide.com/usa/traveltips/backpacking-101/top-ten-road-trip-travel-tips.shtml

How to Travel with Others and Come Back Friends
Solo Travel Tips

Coming to the US: Culture Shock
Culture Shock: Part 2

http://www.bakpakguide.com/








GETTING A PASSPORT
Don't have a passport? Planning to get one? Considered the picture yet? You have a few options.

1.  Have them take one for you where you apply for an additional fee.
2.  Go to a place like CVS and pay $6.99 for a sheet of them.
3.  Take your own and go to ePassportPhoto.com and get them printed for the price of a 4x6 print at your local photo lab.

Then first time passport applicants can follow the directions given on this form from the Federal Government: First Time Applicants

10 Essentials - http://www.rei.com/expertadvice/articles/ten+essentials.html?s_kwcid=TC|13029|10%20essentials||S|e|7499840765&cm_mmc=ps_google_CH-_-Category%20-%20Camp%2fHike-_-Camping%2fHiking_GeneralTerms_Essentials-_-10%20essentials&gclid=CLf_17Gig64CFQRN4AodU1uR2g
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ten_Essentials

http://journeywoman.com/PackingTips/PTpackingmojo12tipsforAfrica.htm

25 things to do in Boston for under $25

5 Best Sites to Buy Gear - http://www.outsideonline.com/outdoor-gear/gear-guy/What-are-the-5-best-sites-to-buy-gear-online.html

Reverse Culture Shock
Reverse Culture Shock 2

8 Safety Tips for Female Travelers

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ao3lqNqXZrg - Shit Boston Guys Say

Bring to Nepal - http://www.outsideonline.com/outdoor-gear/gear-girl/What-are-the-essentials-for-traveling-in-Nepal-.html


Tips:
Use your camera phone to take pictures of maps in your travel books or write yourself directions in a program on your phone so you look less like a tourist and more like everyone else checking their phone.


10 passport-size photos in color or black-and-white (to be used for various permits, visas, and ID cards; also helpful for obtaining visas if you plan to travel outside Botswana)