Savvy in computing as well as travel, Aaron is just as comfortable backing across South East Asia and the Far East as he is taking frequent amorous trips to northern Spain. Backpacker at heart, flashpacker by nature, this man knows exactly when to rough it and when to get pampered by two masseurs on the beach. He enjoys long motorbike journeys through the countryside and always keeps a keen eye out for new and exotic foods. Whether it’s just a spicy rat on a stick or a French banquet, Aaron is pretty much willing to give it all a try.
Please use this forum to chat with Aaron_M. Feel free to ask any questions you might have about the places they've been, and they'll do their best to answer your queries.
Anonymous52592: Which medium for GPS is most reliable abroad? Mobile phone, handheld Garmin type thing, watch, etc?
(Admin) Aaron: Hi! In my opinion, bringing a dedicated GPS is usually unnecessary. You can find a variety of offline maps for free on the Google Play or Apple App Store. Personally, i use Google Maps 'download offline' function on my phone and it's been great. There are a few situations where the GPS won't work, for example in a city with many tall buildings, but this is an issue for all GPS devices. If you're bringing your phone anyway, save your money and travel light