Thursday, May 28, 2020

10 Things A Barkada Must Have During A Vacation

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Hanging out with the barkada? Planning a road trip with your beshies? Climbing a mountain with your tropa?

Planning a trip with the squad could be enjoyable, but could get stressful as well. Finding the perfect date that fits on all your schedules, considering the budget (because you want to have fun and save up as well), looking and researching for the best activities and itineraries for your barkada, could go from fun to an extreme chaos. Let’s face it, barkada travels may be more fun and enjoyable but could be more stressful to plan.

But worry no more, because we got you covered. There are ways on how to make the ‘travel planning’ easier and less stressful.

Here are the 10 Barkada Vacation Must-Haves to make your bonding go on smoothly.

1. Travel Games

If you are the primary person in planning your barkada travel, make sure you add travel games to your checklist. Travelling could get all of you bored in one point or another, and so to avoid boredom, you can bring on travel cards, board games that you could play during your stopovers.




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