19 Tips for Travel
- Be Flexible
you always plan for delays and try not to get upset when things inevitably go wrong. Patience is extremely important when traveling!
- Make a List
About a week or so before each trip, you should make a mental list of items you don’t want to forget — which you WILL forget if I don’t write them down.
- Learn Common Phrases of the Local Language
A simple “Please,” ( Xahesh Mikonam) “Thank you,” (Xili Mamnoonam) and “I’m sorry”(Bebakhshid) in the local language goes a long way.
- Always Bring a Sarong
Sarongs can be used as a wrap when you are cold, a towel, a curtain, or a piece of clothing that can be worn dozens of different ways.
- Always Buy Travel Insurance
A medical emergency can wipe out your savings — or even worse. You can use and trust World Nomads for travel insurance.
- Make Photocopies of Important Documents
- Pack Extra Underwear
Undies are small and it’s always a good idea to have a few extra pairs in case of emergencies. Another option is to pack these quick-dry underwear so you can easily wash them on the road.
- Pre-plan Your Outfits
9.Put Electronics, Medications, Toothbrush, and an Extra Pair of Underwear in Your Carry-on
A few important items should always go in your carry-on. You can buy most of these things if your bag gets lost, but having them in your carry-on will save you money and time.
Travel budget – vacation money savings in a glass jar on world map
10.Enquire about the price BEFORE You Take Public Transportation
It’s a good idea to ask about the price before you hop on a bus, or other form of public transportation.
- Bring Lotion in Your Carry-on
- Put Your Room Number & Hotel Address in Your Phone
- Beware of Free Public WIFI
you always try to avoid logging into bank accounts or entering any passwords while you’re using free public WIFI at a place like an airport.
- Wear Sunscreen
- Take Plenty of Photos
They make the best souvenirs!
- Keep an Open Mind
Don’t judge other customs. You are a visitor. Be respectful.
- Leave Room for Spontaneity
Don’t plan your entire itinerary ahead of time. because those unplanned moments while traveling can be the best memories
- Let Someone at Home Know Your Plans
- Separate Your Personal Items
- Separate Your Sources of Money
Don’t keep all of your cash and cards in one spot. You should hide some cash and a back up credit/bank card in a separate bag .
- Travel First Aid Kit
You should pack up a small first aid kit with aspirin, Benadryl, cold meds, Tums, cough drops, bandages, Activated Charcoal pills (these are a life saver for traveler’s diarrhea and minor allergic reactions), Neosporin, and other things that we may not always have easy access to when traveling.