3 Things to NEVER forget when traveling abroad


We often learn our best lessons as the result of tragic mistakes.

While this post isn't that dramatic, it is a friendly reminder to pack these things on your trip abroad for, at least, a more pleasurable experience.


TRAVEL CONVERTER

Unless there are cases for extreme blackout, you should be able to find a source of power for all of your traveling electronic (mobile device, laptop, etc). But what can trip you up is not having the right converter. Getting one that lets you plug in multiple devices, including direct USB, will make it one of the most handy devices you can have. Recommendation is to just keep it in your travel bag!  SHOP the right one for you HERE.



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WIFI HOTSPOT


Whether your travels are for business or pleasure, it is a risk to rely on the hopes that your destination will have sufficient wifi to sustain your needs. I've traveled to highly populated metropolitan cities to highly deserted  islands, and have found that even if the hotel promises wifi, upon arrival it is not always the case. So having your own wifi hotspot available will ensure that you are covered in that sense. Many devices are less than $100 to own, or can be provided by your mobile company, and are pay-as-you-use - meaning, you are only charged a fee around $10-a-day when you log in. CHECK out some options HERE.

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SWIMSUIT


Finally, you won't believe how many times I have forgotten my swimsuit even on trips that are clear that I am meant to get into the water (i.e. a beach trip). But, more importantly, many of us don't consider bringing our swimsuits when we are headed to cold and snowy places. The flaw in that is that you have eliminated the option for you to hop in the hot tub should your destination have the option, or even worse, go to the spa - which after a day in the wretched snow, would be a wonderful treat. FIND cute and super affordable options HERE.


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