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I am looking at doing a four week trip beginning and ending in Santiago from 23 Jun to 23 Jul. I realise these dates may not be ideal giving the season but are the only ones I can manage.

I have never been to anywhere in South America before and would love any suggestion on how best to spend this time and any advice when it comes to transport options.

I had somewhat of a plan to travel north from Santiago and reach the Inca Trail - I do realise how far this is and would only do it if there are places worth visiting along the way.

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I have a budget of $10000. 90 days of travel, more than travel I want to soak in the way of life. For that i plan to volunteer in 12 cities (7 days each). Be it hostels, schools, healthcare, social causes or farms (worldpackers app or workaway) anything will go.

Special advice needed for Schengen visa requirements. As I have a low paying job and I live in a third world country (India). Do I have to book everything before a visa appointment. I have never traveled outside India.

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I'm just wondering if theres anyone out there who can offer some advice on the highlights of this trail, difficulty, camping spots and any websites that are accurate. Thanks!

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I'm a male and 22 years old im 6'2 and speak English and Spanish. In April my first stop will be in London, after that i'll be making mini stops to as many countries as I can. I have some in mind, but i dont particularly want to do anything specific. This trip is more to find myself, and to know the world and encounter the life of European culture. My budget as of now is $3400 exclusively for this trip. I plant to only use this money almost only for hostels and transportation. For food, i'll be taking advantage of free food from hostels, and if worst come to worst then i'll be buying and foraging etc. I kind of dont know what to except but im so excited! and I cant wait to document this trip and share it with you guys.

So far in terms of Supplies I just have 4 changes of clothes ( and flip flops), a cellphone with airbnb, hostelworld, kayak (for flights). A school ID for some free qualifying museums in London.

Anyone have any advice on convenient and cheap cross country transportation? I hear theirs trains and buses, but i dont know how they work. Mentally I was telling myself that i was going to use flights to change from country to country but idk if thats a good idea or not. i'd love your guys input.

What would be a safe and effective way to hide my passport and money? I want to be minimal for this very reason so that if i do leave anything behind it wont hurt as much and the loss wont feel as greater.

I'll be going alone with the short possibility that I may have a friend come along with me as well. Other tips would be greatly appreciated thank you so much.

Edit: My aunt told me that I can volunteer at red Cross clinics and volunteer in exchange for a donation and I'll be able to sleep and spend the night at the red cross is this true?

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I'm a male and 22 years old im 6'2 and speak English and Spanish. In April my first stop will be in London, after that i'll be making mini stops to as many countries as I can. I have some in mind, but i dont particularly want to do anything specific. This trip is more to find myself, and to know the world and encounter the life of European culture. My budget as of now is $3400 exclusively for this trip. I plant to only use this money almost only for hostels and transportation. For food, i'll be taking advantage of free food from hostels, and if worst come to worst then i'll be buying and foraging etc. I kind of dont know what to except but im so excited! and I cant wait to document this trip and share it with you guys.

So far in terms of Supplies I just have 4 changes of clothes ( and flip flops), a cellphone with airbnb, hostelworld, kayak (for flights). A school ID for some free qualifying museums in London.

Anyone have any advice on convenient and cheap cross country transportation? I hear theirs trains and buses, but i dont know how they work. Mentally I was telling myself that i was going to use flights to change from country to country but idk if thats a good idea or not. i'd love your guys input.

What would be a safe and effective way to hide my passport and money? I want to be minimal for this very reason so that if i do leave anything behind it wont hurt as much and the loss wont feel as greater.

I'll be going alone with the short possibility that I may have a friend come along with me as well. Other tips would be greatly appreciated thank you so much.

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Hi,

Long story short I'm on life long medication which I have to take everyday (wafarin). I'm planning on a trip to South East Asia and Australia, I figured I'd plan for around 4 months to be Conservative on my medication so I take enough with me as I'm not sure how long I'll actually go for.

4 months worth of medication would be around 400 pills.

Traveling alone and carry on.

Would it be an issue taking this across borders in such high volumes? Planning to do most travel by plane.

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