I love to travel and explore things. I graduated once and thought that I should go somewhere and do a mind fresh. But I have an entrance exam of my MBA i.e. CAT (Common Admission Test). And I have not prepared for CAT. And I have already appeared two times in a row. So this time I have to clear this exam by highest percentile. And I am very worried about exam because I have not even started studying. So now I am in big crises that I should go on a trip or not? So after studying 1 month I have decided to go on a trip to The Brazilian Amazon. Which is located in Brazil and it comes under top 5 of world’s largest jungle. So I have decided to do a solo trip. I am so scared for this because first time I am going alone for trip. But I have to explore things by alone. My journey begins from Mumbai. First I landed in Ethiopia for layover then I boarded another flight for sao Paulo. On second day of I reached to accommodation.
I have started exploring by Amazon River which flows through Brazil. Then I got a local guide who took 100 reais for 2days. After two days I got confidence about location that I now I can travel here without anyone’s help. So waking up to next day I started exploring jungle where there was a different trees, fruits and I see different birds their. After sometime I lost in jungle I couldn’t find my way. I was so worried that what will happen now but I have my smartphone it helps me in my worst situation like it helps me everytime. I took off my smartphone and I opened Google Maps. And I entered my destination and found my way towards my destination. Then I chilled out sometime and happily have my lunch. And again I started my journey. Like our life mentor directs us in a good way same Maps directs us in our tour location.
Google topographic Maps (A topographical map shows terrain features and elevation. Even without recognized features or locations, you could use a topographical map to navigate out of a jungle simply by finding a river and following its course from its highest point, which would be the farthest point inland, to its lowest point, which would be in the direction of the coast.) helps me a lot throughout my journey.