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Travel Tips to Vacation Like a Pro


Travel and vacations are designed to be wonderful, soul-replenishing, stress-crushing good times. Don’t muck it all up by making some rookie mistakes that can result in everything from a small headache or minor inconvenience to an epic disaster. Read more to hear travel information and booking solutions that could spare you an inconvenience in the long run!

Here are a few guidelines to help you avoid the mistakes others (ahem) have made.


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    Plan Ahead

    This sounds obvious, but seriously, planning in advance goes a long way to ensuring a relaxing, hiccup-free trip.

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    Itinerary

    It’s a good idea to have a set itinerary or general game plan. Mostly, this will give you the chance to do some basic research to get important travel information and find out about booking solutions that will help you. For instance, if you’re traveling out of the country, know the exchange rate and plan accordingly. You should plan on finding out all you can regarding the cost of additional side excursions you may have interest in making.

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    Draining the Wallet

    If you’re on a cruise or at an all-inclusive resort, you should know what that does (and more importantly, does not) include. For instance, many happy first-time cruisers have a grand old time scarfing down loads of complimentary food, but then their jaw hits the floor when they belly up to the bar and discover the drinks are rather expensive. Knowing this ahead of time will help manage your trip budget.

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    Packing Prowess

    Don’t be the scourge of the entire airport security check line. Check the Transportation Security Administration website for all the restrictions and to acquire travel information regarding transportation before you pack. For instance, all liquids, gels, creams, and aerosols must be packed in a clear quart-size bag and each container must contain 3.4 ounces or less. Trust us, the old “dog-ate-my-homework-please-let-it-slide” routine will not work. Your stuff will be confiscated and your trip will be off on a sour note, so make sure to study your travel information.

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    Electronics

    While packing largely depends on the destination, some vitals are the same. Ensure you have your electronics and appropriate chargers packed and any charging adapters necessary.

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    Medications

    While forgetting a toothbrush or sunglasses is annoying, it’s not a deal-breaker. Forgetting prescription medication, on the other hand, is a major hassle. Make sure you not only pack it but have it with you in case you get separated from your luggage at any point.

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    Prepare for the Worst

    It’s always a good idea to bring the essentials as well as a change of clothes in your carry-on bag. In the event, your luggage inadvertently opts to head to a different destination (it happens), you at least have some supplies to get you through until you’re reunited with your stuff.

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    Health and Safety

    Every trip abroad should start with a click onto the U.S. Department of State website to check for any security or safety warnings issued for your destination(s) and particulars regarding booking solutions and restrictions. Similarly, a check on health and vaccination recommendations for more travel information with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is never a bad idea

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    Water Woes

    It’s an unfortunate fact that many and exotic vacation and travel spots have some sanitation issues. Important travel tip, drinking the water in many of these spots can result in many a skipped meal and way too much personal time with a toilet. But much of it can be avoided by the savvy traveler with access to exclusive travel information and travel tips. If you’re in a place with suspect water, avoid it – that includes ice cubes. Bottled water, or heck, a beer, is preferable to the alternative.

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Now that you’re a pro, enjoy your travels and embrace the journey.


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