I surprised myself a little when I decided to call this “The Well Planned Traveler.” Some of the best travel experiences I’ve had were unplanned, but I would be lying if I said they all started that way. It all starts with a plan: where to go, what to do (even if it’s just wandering around), what to bring. If these are well planned, then you’re open to take in the experiences that come with them. Just remember that even the most well thought out plans can go awry, this is why you should have a back-up plan! So whether you’re a list maker or a risk taker, you should have some sort of plan in mind before starting your next adventure.