TOP THREE RULES OF WRITING TRAVEL DETAILS

If you love to write, one thing that you will always prefer over taking photographs and videos is writing down the details of your travel experience. I think it is a beautiful way of recording memories. If rather than watching on your laptop screens, if you will be going through the word to word and page to page, it is bound to give you a unique mesmerizing feeling.

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But how should you write them down? You have to follow some different rules. They are as follows:

CAREFUL SELECTION:

Your travel diary should be focused and subjected rather than vague.

Do not include all the details. Select particular details and put it on the surface of pages. If you include everything, it will make everything confusing and messy.

Only put the most important details in your travel experience.

PRESERVE ORIGINALITY:

The real beauty is that you record the events as they are. Do not manipulate the details. Do not add hypothetical statements. If you re-read everything, it will not give you the real feel if you add too much false and nonexisting information. Preserving the originality of the entire experience is important.

ADD SOME VISUAL AIDS:

Paste some pictures along with the written information for reliving the whole experience. When you go through your travel diary years later, you will enjoy and live all those memorable moments again.

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