Have you ever been on a train? If you are anything like me, you enjoyed the experience from the word go to the destination right? If by any chance, you did not, I bet you boarded the wrong train and you need to reconsider that in your next trip.
That is however, a story for another day. Today I want to give you some tips for planning for a train trip.
Know your Destination
You have no business boarding a train if you do not have a specific destination or place that you want to visit. This is rather obvious, but you will be surprised at the number of people who actually board trains without first inquiring about the destination, and they in turn end up lost in cities or towns that they are not familiar with.
Carry a Camera
You need to have a high definition camera to capture images and videos along the way especially if the rail goes through a forest. There are thousands of stores that sell them, so this should not really be a challenge unless of course you do not know how to capture pictures using a camera, and I am sure that you know how to do it.
Finally, you need to inquire and keep in mind the amount of money that you will spend in the trip. Different companies charge varying prices, so you must know and budget to avoid any regrets or been thrown out of the train.