Although we talk a lot about cars here on Car News Cafe, it’s not very often we talk about the adventures you can have when you take them out on the road. Whether you prefer jumping in the car for a family day out or if you’re more into hitting the road for a massive road trip – you’ll want to remember these travels for the rest of your life.

There are so many different ways to remember the places you travel and if you’re always on the go it can easy to forget to do the small things that allow you look back on your memories as often as you like. With that in mind, here are 9 awesome ways to remember your travels:

 

  • Take Photos On Your Mobile

 

If you don’t have any expensive camera gear but you still want to take incredible photos, you’ll be surprised at how good the quality of your phone camera can be. Whilst they won’t be as good as a professional camera, it’s definitely a good place to start.

 

  • Document Your Trip On Social Media

 

If you have lots of your friends and family following you on social media then it’s always fun to keep them updated on your travels through different social media platforms. If you like to focus more on words then Facebook is definitely the best option for you, however for those that are more interested in letting the pictures do the talking, Instagram is your best bet.

 

  • Use A Camera To Video Your Adventures

 

If taking pictures isn’t quite your thing, why not consider taking videos of your travels? You’ll be able to edit them and share them with your friends and family when you get home, but most of all you’ll be able to watch back on them whenever you want.

 

  • Live Stream Your Travels On Social Media

 

If you want to share your videos with social media AS you travel, live streaming is the best way to make this possible. At the click of a button, you could be streaming live to everyone on your friend’s list, sharing with them the exact same views you can see right in front of you.

 

  • Start A Travel Blog To Write About Your Travels

 

If you want to share your travels with the whole world, rather than just those on your friends’ list, you could always consider writing your own travel blog. Often something many bloggers manage to turn into a career, travel blogging a great way to show people the world through your eyes.

 

  • Film From A Unique Perspective

 

If you’re a bit of a pro with a video camera then you could always try filming things from a unique perspective. Whether it’s filming from your car’s dashboard or creating a point of view experience with an action camera, you can get some incredible footage whilst out and about.

If you want to add in footage of your views whilst driving, why not consider using your car’s dash cam? Whilst primarily used for safety, the video footage is always available for you to download. Of course, this will only work if you’re using a 4K camera that records in the highest quality, so for the best 4K dash camera you can visit this site here.

 

  • Buy Souvenirs In Each Destination You Visit

 

Taking a little souvenir away from each destination you visit is a great way to remember all of the amazing places you have visited. Whether you like to collect something in particular or you choose something random from each location, going out in your car regularly will mean you are always collecting little souvenirs to take back home.

 

  • Keep A Paper Journal

 

If you like to write things down but don’t want to share them with the world, keeping a paper journal might be the best solution. You can keep the journal in your car so whenever you travel you can grab it and write down absolutely everything about your trip. You can record your favourite places to eat, the best roads to take and what you got up to whilst you were there.

 

  • Make A Photo Book

 

If you have taken lots of incredible photos and want to keep them in a safe place, creating a photo book that you can continue to add to is a great idea. Whether you travel often or only a few times a year, this is a book that can evolve with you.

How do you remember your travels? Let me know in the comment sections below!

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Emily Muelford

Emily is a British writer whose love of car culture is augmented by a fascination with both the European and American automotive markets. Her perspective is uniquely fish and chips.

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