10 August 2015

Hiking tips and Outfit Fail

Hello lovelies

      It's been such a long time since I have posted on here. I am officially back!! To be quiet honest I have missed posting for you guys so much. I want to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you who comment, and support. I have been in my mother's country for little over three weeks, and I have already gotten into so many activities. I went hiking with my little brothers, and it was the most adventures thing I have ever done. I had to put on my sneakers, and pack my snacks because this was a trip to remember. I want to share 3 basic tips on the appropriate attire to wear when hiking in the African Savanna.

Tip #1 Footwear

     Honestly you don't have to be fancy with your footwear it will get dirty during your hike. So invest in a convenient sneakers that you'll be willing to get dirty. Make sure they are strong enough to resist thorns and sharp items. You really don't know what to expect on a hike.

Tip #2 Snack and water

     This here should be common sense because hikes get hot and tiring. It wouldn't be safe for you to drink from the rivers or normal tap water. They will get you sick and have your stomach running for weeks. Instead pack a already bottled water and some crackers. Well that is what I did because I love crackers.

Tip #3 Clothing
          I had made such a huge mistake because, I wore the wrong outfit for this trip. I wore jeans that seemed pretty comfortable at first but later weigh me down. Wear comfortable sweats or joggers, depending on the weather that day you might just settle for shorts. I wore an Abaya over my outfit because it's traditional for a girl to dress that way. I decided why not dress it up and, look cute but it was such a massive set back. Totally dress for the occasion because, when I got back my outfit was dusty and ruined.

Outfit Details:
Jeans: H&M
Top: H&M
Abaya: Thrift
Shoes: Air Walks
Bag Pack: Jansport

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