#4. Don’t Trust People Too Quickly


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I advise that you should not trust people quickly when you are travelling or when you have just arrived at a new destination.
When you’re traveling in a new destination or you finally had that homecoming trip you have been dreaming about, and especially when you’re traveling on your own, it can be tempting to join up and find a tribe or people that appear similar to your culture or way of life. Sometimes these tribes turn into lifelong friendships. But they don’t always.
Some con artists have mastered the art of befriending travellers, getting them to leave their valuables unattended, and robbing them before taking off.


Sometimes you meet some people in the bus or at a picnic or resorts who are outrageously sexy. When it comes to romance, you might want to crank up the speed when you meet such people, but that’s not always the best idea. And sometimes, we want to be part of a group so badly that we start trusting people before we should. Instead of heeding the flow of the moment, it is better to err on the side of caution.

If you’re just getting to know someone, don’t trust him or her to guard your expensive electronics while you’re in the bathroom.

It’s not rude to be cautious. Take things slowly, and if someone earns your trust, that’s when you depend on them.
If you feel like indulging, be sure to protect yourself as much as possible.


 That’s it for today, I hope i’m well understood by you.

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