Before you leave: Pre-trip travel TIPS

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  1. These are some good tips. We always forget to clear out our phones and always have trouble with them being too full while we are abroad. Great tips about the card too, last time David came back from somewhere his card was blocked for using it in two countries in one day!

  2. yukti says:

    Very helpful tip. Though they look small but if overlooked then they becomes big problem. Switching off Gas main switch and geysers are also very important

  3. small bills! yes! especially coming from america where everyone only uses credit cards i have no cash on me ever. but basically everywhere else in the world is still about cash. then I always run into the problem of never having taxi money cause of it

  4. wanderingchocobo says:

    That tip about clothing is amazing! haha. It’s so simple and I can’t believe I never thought of it before. I also always forget to clear my phone. Great tips!

  5. asoulwindow says:

    I always take care of pre travel planning. Like you have mentioned, cash is the most important. You never know what might happen during travel. I always keep my cash distributed across my bags, suitcases, clothes and wallet, just in case…

  6. Arnav Mathur says:

    These are some really helpful tips, some of which often gets sidelined but turn out to be a pain in the *** on returning.One should always have their stash hidden in multiple places providing ample backup if anything goes wrong. And I agree, priority should be to carry notes of lower denomination which are used more often.

  7. Only By Land says:

    Talking about bills in small currency, for non Americans like me it’s useful to have 1 / 5 / 10 / 20 dollar bills (and small Euro notes) as these will be recognized all over the world (whereas my pounds won’t be). Transferring the photos to the computer (or cloud) is probably an activity the kids can do in seconds, compared to adults taking a longer time! My favourite tip is the washing tip because I hate washing whilst traveling. Checking how clothes dry in advance is brilliant forward thinking.

  8. Cat says:

    Great tips for going away on trips! I couldn’t agree more how important having cash is. I don’t usually rely on credit cards because of the exchange rates so I always make sure to bring more than enough when I’m traveling overseas. A great reminder on putting valuables in the safety deposit box. We always thought home is safe, but nowhere can be safer than the bank!

  9. eazynazy says:

    These are really important and useful tips, I always take care of the gas, electricity and water before I leave the house.Thanks for sharing this amazing tips

  10. It’s so important to have cash when traveling, I used to go and get cash at an atm when I got there but that just takes longer for ur taxi and costs more from the overseas atm. A lot more.

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