When traveling by air, your carry-on is for those most important, can’t live without items. Your checked bag is where you pack things you can easily buy if it is lost in transit.
If your passport is lost or stolen when you are in a foreign country, it’s very likely you will be denied entry to your home country. However, these three simple steps will minimize your stress level and have you a step ahead if this unfortunate situation happens.
You have better things to fill your luggage with than unnecessary shoes. Make room for more of what you want by packing the only three styles of shoes you need while traveling.
For the seasoned as well as the occasional traveler, you have to be ready for just about anything that can make a trip go sideways. Among these, the weather is quite likely the least predictable and potentially most dangerous. I recently got a taste of being at the mercy of Mother Nature and have a travel tip to keep you ready when she doesn’t cooperate with your dinner plans.
When traveling to a foreign country, don’t count on everyone knowing your language. It’s very useful to learn a few common phrases you will use. Knowing how to say please and thank you will go a long way. With a deeper dive into the new language, you can better navigate your way through a conversation. You just might need to ask someone where the bathroom is located.