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Sahil Dewan
For travelers looking to stretch their vacation dollars, cutting back on transportation costs may be the easiest way to do just that. Find out how you can travel from one place to another effectively and efficiently during your travel.  Airport transport Organise a taxi, hire car or shuttle bus service that will offer door to door...
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Ask and you might receive Don’t be shy to ask for an upgrade or a room with a view. If the hotel is under booked they might be willing to oblige especially if you are staying for more than a few days. The worst they can say is no. Don’t take the stairs Ask for...
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Culture shock Culture shock can hit when you arrive at your destination. Understand that it is normal and that you will take some time to adjust. Look at the changes as being exciting and make an effort to learn about your new surrounds to ease your anxiety. Bonjour! Try learning a few basic words in...
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Rest those legs If a lot of walking or standing is required, think about hiring a wheelchair or electric scooter. Most places of interest such as museums, theme parks, gardens offer these for free or at a small cost. Absorb the atmosphere Soak in the atmosphere of a busy street or piazza by buying a...
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Ask before you buy If an item has no price, always ask the price of it first. Sellers can often take advantage of tourists by stating inflated prices. Bag yourself a deal Souvenir shops and tourist areas are the most expensive places to buy gifts. Find the local markets. Initial prices will be grossly marked...
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Change currency carefully Hotels and airports charge high rates for currency conversions. Find a local bank to get a much better rate for your cash or travellers cheques. Suffering withdrawals ATM’s are the easiest way to get cash overseas using your bank or debit card. Be warned that fees can be high for international transactions...
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Carry safely Carry your wallet, passport and money in a travel belt around your waist or a pouch around your neck. Ensure it is under your clothes and can’t be seen. Leave your expensive jewellery at home. Wearing excessive jewellery can make you a target for pickpockets. In case of emergency Find out the emergency...
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Travel Insurance Necessity Take out Travel Insurance before you leave home. Ensure you choose the right cover if you have pre-existing conditions. You never know when a medical or dental emergency could occur. Health check Visit your doctor and dentist for a general check-up before you leave. Ask about any vaccinations relevant to your destination....
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Easy access If you have any mobility issues be sure to contact your airline well before your departure time to find out what services and seating arrangements they can offer you. Try asking for an aisle seat as it will make it easier for you to move around the aircraft. Keeping hydrated The low humidity...
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Rolling along Buy suitcases that have roller wheels. It will make it much easier to navigate through airports and hotels rather than carrying a bag. If your suitcase doesn’t have a divider, use a piece of strong cardboard to keep your clothes neat and organised. Pack light Maximise your luggage space by taking clothing items...
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