Traveling Abroad

Remember, even a decade ago, it was a great accomplishment to travel abroad. Everyone will come to drop you off at the airport, your parents, brothers, cousins, their friends, their pets, and the neighbor who lives on the 8th floor. It was almost like a bridal procession, full of tears and all. But now, traveling abroad has become a child’s play, and all you need to do is take time out and save the moolah, with flight tickets often being dirt cheap. To save your holiday and prevent it from resembling a scene from The Conjuring, before going overseas, here are a few things that you can jot down. They’re just going to make you enjoy it more.

Know the rules and regulations

First and foremost, know the basic laws, particularly traffic rules, of the country you are visiting. Many countries are highly stringent and you will pay a heavy price for even a little mistake. Even, as a tourist, know your rights and make sure that no one takes advantage of you.

The basic idea of the language where you are going

Know The Laws In our lives, language barriers have almost disappeared with Google translate, but don’t rely too much on it-what if you lose network? It might get you into some deep trouble by saying the wrong thing. No, you don’t need to master the language immediately, but at least you have to try to learn the phrases and terms that are familiar. This will stop you from being conned by someone and will encourage you to make friends with the locals.

Pack What you need

Check all the important things like a Camera, Mobile Phone, Passport etc which you will need before going. Are you someone who loves photography? If yes then you will definitely need a camera. This year, Black Friday befalls on 27 November 2020. Great deals are waiting for you. On 27th November get the best deal on Best Vlogging Cameras black Friday 2020 and save your money.

Always ready with your passport and documents

I can’t emphasize how important this is. Always take multiple copies of your passport and other important documents. Keep one set with you at all times, another one at the place you’re going to stay, one at the embassy of your country, and one more set with the people you can trust back home. At any moment, something can happen, and the most valuable document you need to have is your passport. With your life, defend it. Also, at all times, hold a small pocket notebook with emergency numbers.  Notes in the mobile work, but your battery may die. Please bring a portable charger on that note, too!

Get done with ur Health Checkups 

Food, weather, and habbits can vary from country to country. So before you go, take precautionary health steps. See if you are allergic to something that is commonly used and keep clear of it in that particular region. On your holiday, you don’t want to get ill. You seriously don’t.

Get Knowledge of the Culture

You know why this is such an important point if you live in India. Many people care deeply for their culture and could get offended (easily). By just spending some time on the internet (not on social media) reading articles about the country you are visiting, prevent any outbursts or fights or death threats (it’s possible!) The official tourism site will provide you with the details of the culture of that country you are going to visit.

Check the News 

There is no excuse for being ignorant about what’s happening around you, particularly if it’s a country you don’t know anything about, with every news portal now having its own app. Keep updated with the local news and get ready.

Do not post everything on social media

We all enjoy sharing and letting people know about our journeys on social media. It’s time to abandon this habit. It will be easy for those who wish to hurt you to know your whereabouts by telling people at all times about where you are and what you are doing. Think about it, they know where and with whom you are, and what you do. Frightening, right?

By sohaw