Explore The Garden Route South Africa - What is
there to do
Travel is one of the best ways to enjoy yourself, whether it's...
credit cards or passport and need to contact your bank - or embassy! - right
away.
When traveling, always be prepared to h...
washed and hung up, and will be dry in the morning, as will all your lingerie.
Make sure your house does not look vacant w...
Plan far in advance when booking flights around holidays. Normally you can
find the best deal by waiting until the last se...
If you are leaving children with friends or relatives while you are away on a
trip, make sure to leave important papers li...
Popular Vacation Spots Explore The Garden Route South Africa
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Popular Vacation Spots Explore The Garden Route South Africa

Explore The Garden Route South Africa In this video I show you the "Explore The Garden Route South Africa" Quick Guide.For more details on this topic please visit: https://thebitetour.com Complete Guide book "101 Tips for Traveling on a Bugdet" http://thebitetour.com/101-tips-for-traveling-on-a-bugdet/ The Garden Route is one of the most scenic stretches of coast in South Africa. A paradise located between the Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma mountains, and the Indian Ocean, it is an area of outstanding natural beauty. With lush green forests and sandy beaches it�s not hard to see why some call it the �Garden of Eden�. The Garden Route is a very safe self-drive destination which starts from the Mossel Bay area and finishes at Storms River in the Tsitsikamma National Park. For t...
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Transcripts - Popular Vacation Spots Explore The Garden Route South Africa

  • 1. Explore The Garden Route South Africa - What is there to do Travel is one of the best ways to enjoy yourself, whether it's a road trip to a nearby city or a cruise around the world. Before you set off on your great adventure, though, be sure you are up-to-speed on the latest travel tips and advice. This article will help you out. Travel can be a good way to get away from it all, but sometimes it is necessary to get in touch with the rest of the world. For this purpose, make sure your cell phone works wherever you are going or purchase a prepaid phone in your destination country. You will be glad you did if you lose your
  • 2. credit cards or passport and need to contact your bank - or embassy! - right away. When traveling, always be prepared to have things stolen. Make advance photocopies of all of your important papers. You can even upload electronic scans of these documents for easy access while traveling. The local American embassy can assist you in contacting those at home who can wire you emergency funds or help in replacing your passport, but not much else. If you are a woman traveling overnight on business, be sure that the blouses and underthings you wear and bring can be washed in the sink and hung up or blow-dried. Missed luggage and/or connections can mean you arrive at a hotel late at night, with only the clothes on your back to wear the next day. Lightweight, wrinkle-free polyester or microfiber blouses and tops can be
  • 3. washed and hung up, and will be dry in the morning, as will all your lingerie. Make sure your house does not look vacant while you are away. Coming home to find that you have been robbed would be a nightmare. If you intend to be gone for a considerable length of time, consider redirecting or having a friend pick up your mail for you. The markup on these small products is ridiculous. Try out some folding techniques which will safe space and allow you to take less baggage along with you. Following these tips can help you find even more room in your bags.
  • 4. Plan far in advance when booking flights around holidays. Normally you can find the best deal by waiting until the last second to buy a ticket. However, around the holidays airlines know that they will be busy so they start increasing the price early as people panic and decide to buy tickets. If you absolutely want to travel during the holiday season you should purchase your tickets as soon as possible. Drink plenty of water. Many doctors say that the primary reason people get sick on long flights is dehydration. Cabin air is very dry and in an enclosed space, germs travel much easier. Protect yourself by staying hydrated by drinking lots of water and juice and you may stave off the cold that the woman, three rows back is sporting.
  • 5. If you are leaving children with friends or relatives while you are away on a trip, make sure to leave important papers like health insurance cards and a notarized letter, stating that their caregiver has your authority to make medical decisions. They made need this information if there is a medical emergency. Do not ever tell a street vendor where you are traveling from. These vendors are experienced sellers. They know the financial interests of many different cultures and will use yours against you to get you to buy what they are selling. Just tell them, "No, thank you," and keep walking. Download Complete Guide book "101 Tips for Traveling on a Bugdet"

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