In Rome I found out that there is a perfect way to observe tourists: on the Hop on, Hop off-bus! So if you are looking for a cheap way to entertain yourself when you've already got that busticket, here it is!
I remember my trip to Barcelona: it was fun, but the burning sun was exhausting. Hang inside with the airco on, but that’s not a solution if you want to go out and see/experience stuff. That’s why I’ve done some digging and found out some tips on how to survive the heat (whilst travelling). 1. What to wear You could wear a guayabera* (or a Safari shirt) or moisture wicking shirts. These types of clothing are made to keep the wearer feel cool. It keeps moisture away from the body. So go all the way and wear you sports clothing (these are most often made of moisture wicking materials). Or…