28Dec2010 world tour categories: travel 5 Comments on world tour Liam December 28, 2010 at 1:33 pm (9 years ago) Amazing, Steph! I’m going to send all my friends thinking of travelling to this post. I had a Black Wolf 75 litre. Probably could have made do with a 65, but I still loved it. I had a similar problem in Warsaw. I couldn’t find my way out of the WWII bunker that they charitably call their central train station, and no one spoke English. Not even the people at the information booth. Why not just put up a sign saying “FOREIGNERZ GO HOME”, Poland? I’m SO excited for you to come home and tell me your amazing adventures in greater detail. Soph December 28, 2010 at 11:00 pm (9 years ago) Yes. Please hurry up and come home. But great advice! I have it bookmarked for future reference. Poor Stevie December 30, 2010 at 11:30 am (9 years ago) Thanks dudes – I really hope it helps someone. See you both soon! x Sam December 30, 2010 at 11:57 pm (9 years ago) Fantastic advice, Steph. I used a 65 litre pack for my big trip, and I thought it was about perfect. If you can manage with less, take less. The best rail travel resource I’ve come across, for Europe at least, is http://www.bahn.de. It has timetables and routes for the entire continent, and a really handy travel planner. Thanks for writing your thoughts down. I’ll be sure to send my friends to have a read before they go backpacking. 1Pingbacks & Trackbacks on world tour Poor Stevie - high five: my favourite hostels January 5, 2011 at 11:43 am (9 years ago) […] chose. In reality, I think it’s hard to find a really, really bad hostel. Like I said in my previous post, just look for the ones with the best […] Leave a reply Click here to cancel reply.