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Traveling is a great experience. But, whether you're traveling domestically or internationally, you need to know some things. Here is a handy list of suggestions and tips that will make your travels a little smoother.
When traveling with children, carry a color picture of them with you at all times so that you can use it to identify them were they to get lost. It can be a very scary thing to lose your child. Unfortunately, it can happen. Keeping a picture of your child on hand can really help a lot if they ever get lost.
Research before booking anything. Look for websites that have user reviews of the places you are interested in visiting. Talk to people who have visited there before. This will help you to anticipate everything that you will encounter.
Bring a business card with you at all times. This will help you get directions from locals if you get lost. This is one of the most important suggestions that can be given as language barriers exist and you have a better chance of not getting lost.
The price per unit for these conveniently sized products is disproportionate compared to the amount of space that you save. Instead, try to pack clothes in a manner such that they utilize the available space efficiently. These minimizing tricks will allow you to pack more in a smaller space.
A motorcycle is a good mode of transportation for day trips. They get great gas mileage, move fast and make things a bit more exciting. Motorcycle traveling can be lots of fun.
A desert vacation delivers a unique environment that few will ever encounter, including interesting plants and animals. The first time you visit the desert, you are sure to be awed by the vast expanses of open space and the breathtaking austerity and majesty. The desert is definitely a mustn't miss destination.
On a red-eye flight, sleeping pills may be helpful. For many people, sleeping on a plane is almost impossible, between the uncomfortable seats and the noise level. To get through your flight as painless as possible, take a sleeping pill to help ensure you can fall asleep. Don't have the pill before the plane takes off, as a delay or problem may require that the plane returns.
You may find yourself at an unsavory hotel at some point since not everyone is able to live in the lap of luxury. If you are uncomfortable with where you are staying, bring a rubber doorstop. You can place it underneath your door at night to add security beyond the main chain and lock. While intruders can easily break the lock or chain, getting into the room is next to impossible with a door stop firmly lodged beneath the door.
If you want to quickly adjust to another time zone, you should aim to keep yourself awake until around 8pm local time. Going to bed too early can keep you set to your natural time zone; that will make jet lag worse. Do your best to adjust to the new time as quickly as you can, so your jet lag will fade and you can enjoy your vacation.
If you want the best vacation experience possible, it is worthwhile to plan thoroughly before embarking on your journey. Use online travel reviews submitted by other travelers to gauge how fun and exciting and certain location may be. Their experience could help in avoiding a seedy hotel or a dangerous town to stay in.
Proper planning, knowing how to deal with common problems and having the right attitude can make all the difference. You definitely don't want to forget the camera when traveling.
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The words “set you up for the day” don’t even begin to cover it. Hangover soup counter, Jeonju. Photograph: Liz Boulter for the Guardian I’m two days into Intrepid Travel’s new Real Food Adventure in South Korea and starting to appreciate how this hi-tech country combines the best of east Asia , particularly in its cuisine: healthier and less oily than in much of China; spicier, sharper and chewier than in Japan. Starting in the capital, Seoul, we’ve done the basics – Korean barbecue and moreish KFC (the K’s not for Kentucky) – then taken the train south (almost all the trip is on public transport) to foodie capital Jeonju, declared a Unesco city of gastronomy in 2012. Jeonju is known for its “slow food” skills: drying, pickling and fermenting kimchis, sauces and pastes to offer a world of exquisite textures and flavours. It’s only culinary rival was, before the Korean war, Pyongyang. An irresistible dish of KFC (Korean fried chicken). Jeonju is also home to the country’s best bibimbap, the national dish of rice with an array of toppings, often including a raw egg. As we’re lunching at the city’s Gajok Hoegwan restaurant, and its owner, Kim Nyeon-him, has been declared an intangible cultural asset by the government for her bibimbap, we’re probably going to eat the best bibimbap in the world. “This is not your meal; these are just the accompaniments,” warns Daniel, our Korean-American tour leader.
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Since then, it’s been on quite a wild ride. Opening in 1988 and boasting nearly 200 rooms over seven stories, the five-star hotel was located about 70 km off the coast of Townsville, drifting over John Brewer Reef. And, in classic 80s style, it was decked out with a neon nightclub, bars and restaurants, a helipad and a tennis court. According to the ABC the hotel was created by Townsville developer Doug Traca who was fascinated by the reef. “He was struck by the beauty of the reef, the wonder of it,” Traca’s son, who helped out with the project, told the ABC. “Being under the water, or just floating over the top snorkelling — it was just really something he wanted to share with people.” In 1986, the plans for the hotel were given to a Singapore-based firm for construction, and while details aren’t clear, the cost of construction appears to be over $40 million. From there it was towed more than 5,000 km to the Great Barrier Reef. But according to Peter Traca, the hotel soon faced rough waters. Sorry, we couldn’t resist.
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