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Always plan for delays and try not to get upset when things inevitably go wrong. Patience is extremely important when traveling!

Make a List of essentials

About a week or so before each trip, make a mental list of items that you don’t want to forget — which you will forget if you don’t write them down.

Learn Common Phrases of the Local Dialect

A simple “Please,” “Thank you,” and “I’m sorry” in the local language goes a long way.

Not to Forget an Extra Camera Battery

Have you ever gotten to that RIGHT sunset photo spot and realized your camera battery is dead and you don’t have a backup? Bring at least two or maybe three camera batteries on all of your trips so that you don’t miss out on that perfect shot.

Always Bring a Sarong (for the ladies of course)

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. Solid colors are great.

Always Buy Travel Insurance

A medical emergency can wipe out your savings — or even worse. So be sure to get travel insurance before your take-off.

Make photocopies of your Travelling Documents

Get few copies of your passport along with the other travelling documents and put them into different places of your luggage. It would save you from a large amount of plenty (in case of loss your original documents).

Pack your belongings

Put Electronics, Medications, Toothbrush, and other similar belongings in Your Carry-on.

Enquire about the price BEFORE You Take Public Transportation

It’s a good idea to ask about the price before you hop on a taxi, bus, guagua, or other form of public transportation.

Beware of Free Public WIFI / hotspots

Try to avoid logging into bank accounts or entering any passwords while using free public WIFI at a place like an airport or any other public spot.

Alert Your Bank and CC Company of Your Travel Plans

This is a great habit to get into if you don’t want your credit card company or bank to put a hold on your card while you are overseas.

Let Someone at your home Know Your Plans before your take-off

This is very important when traveling solo, but it’s still a great idea no matter how many people are in your travel group.

Travel First Aid Kit

Pack up an 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.