yearlong trip packing

How do you pack for a yearlong trip?

Preparing for a yearlong trip is an exciting time, and right now planning that journey is a perfect mental escape and a useful tool for when we can finally end the lockdown period. However, if the time in the run-up is not spent planning wisely, you could be in for a tough year on the road. In reality, making sure you have everything you will possibly need for a year on the open road is a big task, especially if you think of the number of clothes and toiletries you use in that amount of time. That is why I …

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summer travel tips

Summer travel tips: 20+ ideas for a better vacation

Whether you’re traveling by plane, train, or vehicle, the summer holidays are the ideal excuse to get away from home to explore new sights and adventures. To make the most of your break, here are a few summer travel tips to make your vacation perfect. Summer travel tips for everywhere 1. Pack your bags like a pro Easier said than done right, huh? Packing is a fine balance of bringing what you really need without taking too much of it. How do you manage that? You plan ahead and use a really good list. Bring everything you need, choose clothes …

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backpacking trip to europe

How to prepare for your first backpacking trip to Europe

For the fortunate ones, life is not complete without a backpacking trip to Europe. According to sociologists, this right of passage is assumed to further the cycle of maturation of college students. Some, of course, also suggested that copious amounts of alcohol, heat, and Amsterdam have something to do with it. Irrespective of your intent, you still have to work out what to do to experience student travel to Europe in the best possible way. 1. Search for student travel packages If you’re looking for amazing but convenient student trips to Europe then some of the best travel deals can …

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semester abroad packing tips

Packing for a semester abroad: 5 things to take with you

Fortunate enough to be taking a semester abroad but worried about what to bring along? Here are the top 5 things you should be packing for a semester abroad. Bring them along to make studying abroad more enjoyable and anxiety-free! Quick packing tips for a semester abroad 1. Pack converters and adapters For your semester abroad, you’ll definitely have to pack some electrical appliances such as a laptop, tablet, phone, hairdryer, trimmer, digital camera, etc. Therefore, you’ll need to check if they are equipped for dual voltage (110/220 watts). If they aren’t, you must buy a converter/adapter kit. Please note …

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check in luggage

How to check in luggage at the airport

When it comes to check in luggage, timing is everything. However, there are some other useful travel tips that you should know about. And once you learn them, your trips will become more comfortable and less stressful. When and where do you check your luggage at the airport Make sure you arrive at the baggage checker at the airport earlier, especially on busy days (e.g. before the winter holidays). To play it safe, you should check in luggage two hours before a domestic flight. For international flights, you should show up even earlier and find out where do you check …

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suitcase packing tips

More suitcase packing tips for your flight

Most people choose to travel by plane because it’s faster and more luxurious than with other means of transport. However, to have a pleasant trip, it’s best to be well prepared in advance. Which is why I’ve decided to share with you some more suitcase packing tips! It’s not enough to book your seat with an airline with good customer service. Or doing your best to increase your personal comfort during your journey. You need to pack your things right, too. So check out our suitcase packing tips below to have a better journey! The best suitcase packing tips When …

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missing luggage

Avoid missing luggage and other baggage problems

Missing luggage is not an uncommon problem when it comes to air travel mishaps. Statistics say that for every 1000 passengers, there are two or three whose baggage gets mishandled. Therefore, it’s obvious that missing luggage is a problem most travelers face. Read the rest of this travel blog article to get some tips that will help you avoid common baggage problems. How to avoid missing luggage About the author Mirela Letailleur is a Romanian travel blogger getting ready to move to France. She writes on The Travel Bunny travel blog about affordable travel in Europe, creator of unique free …

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