As a young internet entrepreneur Sean is more known for being an important part of the Facebook inception team. He has also invested a lot in fighting online piracy.
It will be very difficult for you to visit the places in India without a guide. You need a lot of assistance from the guide and travel agent throughout the journey. So it is advisable to contact a travel agent from India. They can perfectly plan the tour package according to your interest and budget. There will be a lot of places to visit and for shopping, for that you need a guide.
Once you have that money in mind, you need to make sure to save at least two hundred dollars extra. Sound ridiculous? Perhaps, but you never know when you’ll need a few extra dollars and you never know when an emergency will pop up. By saving that amount, you ensure that you have enough to cover yourself.
In leaving a legacy for family, community and yourself where do you see your business in the next 2-5 years? In 2-5 years I want to be able to look at all of my initiatives and know that I am truly helping people by providing services/goods that are needed. I want to offer my time to build others. I also want to build and nurture relationships with other businesses where there are opportunities to collaborate. But more importantly, I want sustainable growth, both financially and developmentally, in my current and future initiatives. I want to stimulate the U.S. economy. Ultimately, I want to hear the names of my initiatives and for everyone to automatically know my brand.
The first thing to do if you are planning last minute package deal is to put your whole itinerary on a paper. It is best to know exactly when or where you would be. If you are traveling for business reasons, there is reason to lose time wandering around a place because you forget a detail about trip package that you select. Example scenarios include stopovers and last minute venue change.
Plan ahead on what to pack. Ask your travel agency about the local climate of the place, they can help you get a better idea on what type of clothes to bring. Don’t overlook the tiny things like the quality of shoes you will be wearing on the trip. Bring a few pairs that are durable yet comfortable to take long walks in. Generally, daytime in Africa is significantly hot — stock up on hats, scarves and protective eyewear. But anticipate cooler temperatures especially in the evenings. You may want to bring along a warm jacket or sweater just in case. Long pants are usually preferred over walking shorts to help protect you from mosquitoes.
Always think of your safety. In a different country, it’s easy to get disoriented especially if you’re a first time visitor. The culture could be very different from what you are used to. There are certain things we should think twice about doing in a foreign country such as driving. Unless you are significantly familiar with the local driving culture, road signs and local police vehicles, do not attempt to drive by yourself except when you have a guide who knows the place well. Also be cautious with your cash and other valuable items such as laptops and cameras. Don’t attract unwanted attention by counting your money in public. Keep valuables in an old bag and keep it by you at all times.