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Travel Advice

Travelling can be a hassle, but it doesnít have to be. There are a few things you can do to make your trip turn out just the way you want. Here is some basic travel advice to make things easier.

Packing should be done the night before a trip. It is also essential to travel light. Iíve seen people take loads of suitcases for a simple trip of a few days. There is no need for this. Take only the clothing you will actually need. This is typically one outfit per day, and if youíre willing to reuse some clothes, you donít even need that many.

Take travel-sized versions of all toiletries. Big containers of mouthwash, shaving cream or gel, and hairstyling supplies are very heavy when theyíre all packed into a bag together. Itís worth a few pounds to buy the small, lightweight versions of these essentials.

Pack anything that can leak in sealable plastic bags. Toothpaste is especially apt to get squeezed in transit, and if it has a flip-top, itíll make a big mess when this happens. Shampoo, aftershave, and mouthwash are other things that are great for leaking despite seeming to have been tightly-closed at departure time. Sealable plastic bags will prevent any disasters.

Booking hotels in advance is commonly recommended, but can actually cause hassles and stress if thereís any doubt as to your ability to check in by the prescribed time. Make sure to leave yourself plenty of time to arrive at any pre-booked destination; planes donít always run on time, and even the best cabbie canít get through every traffic jam in a hurry.

If youíre travelling to an area with a good public transportation system, you likely wonít need to rent a car. On the other hand, if you decide to visit a country like the United States or Canada, you will absolutely need to rent a car if you plan to travel very far outside of the major metropolitan areas.

Never hurry. Hurrying is stressful, and causes lost items and missed deadlines. Make sure to always leave enough time for every activity. This includes arriving and departing from destinations.

The final tip is to make sure you donít leave anything behind. Make sure to leave enough time to thoroughly check your hotel room, cabs, bus seats, and any other places where things are apt to be forgotten.

A trip shouldnít be stressful. Hopefully, with these tips, the next time you travel will be pleasant and carefree.

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