8 Easy Ways To Save When Traveling Abroad – Part 2

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8 Easy Ways To Save When Traveling Abroad

If you are planning a trip to a foreign country, the first step is to check their visa requirements. If a visa will be required, apply for it early. Sometimes visas take weeks or even months to process, so it’s best to be prepared ahead of time. Unless you have the correct visa, you may not be able to enter certain countries.

Make sure you pack some candles if you are going to be visiting a hotel. It will add a pleasant aroma to your room. They can be relaxing, comforting and even romantic. These candles are available in travel sizes and in drip-free formulations.
 
To adjust to a new time zone faster, stay awake until at least 8pm local time. Though you may be tired, it’s best to not go to bed early so you don’t exacerbate jet lag. The sooner you adjust to your local time, the sooner your jet lag will leave you.
 
Travel with bottled water when traveling abroad. Most of the drinking water in other countries is not purified and cause a variety of different illnesses. Always use bottled water when brushing your teeth. Although it may seem inconsequential, you could get sick even from the small amount of water used when you brush your teeth.
 
Do not exchange the currency when you get there, but do it before you leave. There are better ways to get your hands on foreign currency. Use a bank ATM whenever possible. If you are able to use a bank ATM machine, you will be able to find a more affordable exchange rate and less fees.
 
If you have a long travel time you should ensure that you give yourself some time to stretch, even if you are getting up for no reason. Stiff muscles and blood clots can occur if you are stationary for too long.
 
If you are renting a car for your trip and have kids, bring car seats! To be safe, bring your own car seats with you.
 
If you are going on a trip and you wear eyeglasses, put an extra pair in your luggage. This is so you have another pair, should your other ones break. Pack them with your regular luggage, not your carry-on, so they won’t risk being stolen.
 
Write all of your information on a label on your luggage when you are traveling. This is helpful if the tags on your luggage gets detached. This way, when your luggage is found, it can be returned to you. Any time your luggage will be out of your sight, this can prevent permanent loss of your belongings.
 
These tips should have given you some much needed insight on where to start and how to begin with your own personal traveling plans. Whether you are a novice traveler, or a seasoned professional, you will be able to incorporate some of this advice into your next travel preparations!

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