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It's about experience

I have travelled to over 30 countries throughout my life, as a single person, with my family and friend! So it’s safe to say I have most scenarios covered!

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Top Travel Tips

My top travel tips and hacks.

  • Pre-Book

    Check-in online, prebook seats, meals, car hire, attraction tickets, and transportation. Checking in online will not only save long airport queues but it may ensure you get the best seats available. For airlines like Ryanair, you HAVE to print your boarding passes beforehand, for most other airlines this isn’t necessary. Although I would recommend doing it anyway, to save time when you get to the airport.

  • Research

    Do most of your research before you travel your destination, so you know what to expect. Research as much as you can such as attractions, weather, prices, hotels and places to eat. Before you book any holiday it is important to gauge what the weather will be like. In the age of constant climate change, the wunderground website is an excellent resource for checking historical weather. It will show you the temperature and rainfall for the same period you are looking to travel in, over the past number of years. No more guesses, these are real temperatures which should give you the best indication of what the weather will be like, at your chosen destination

  • Top Tips For Booking Holidays Online

    Compare like with like:
    When comparing package holidays with holidays you design yourself make sure you include baggage charges, airport transfers and local taxes. Most tour operator packages will have no hidden extras so make sure the ‘deal’ you think you have is really as good as it seems. Comparison websites such as Trivago, Skyscanner or Tripadvisor will search numerous websites for the same property and you may find significant savings.
    Check reviews and locations:

    Tripadvisor and holidaywatchdog give reviews from consumers so you are not relying on a travel website’s recommendations. Check reviews before you book because a hotel may be a 4* standard but it could be in the middle of nowhere! Remember close to the beach on some websites may mean a five minute drive! This is also extremely important with city breaks as some hotels can be miles from the centre of town.
    Check one way and return airfares:

    When booking a flight make sure you check both one way and return airfares. With Aer Lingus and Ryanair for instance, you may find it is cheaper to fly out with one airline and home with another. This can also be useful for good flight times, one airline may have better times on the outward journey and another on the return. Skycanner will combine all airlines so you can automatically find the best airfares and quite often the lowest priced journey will be with two different carriers.Check passport and visa requirements and Check cancellation policy with hotels.

  • Mistakes We Make On Holidays

    Don’t know the exchange rates:
    This is a very common mistake. If travelling outside the Euro zone make sure you know exactly what the local currency is worth. There are many stories of people hopping in a taxi from the airport and paying exorbitant taxi fares because they didn’t actually know what they were handing over.
    Have only large notes:
    We are all guilty of this one! We arrive at a nice hotel where the porters will expect to be tipped and all we have are €50 bills. When changing money ask for small notes or if travelling within Europe make sure you have some small notes or coins with you.
    Don’t check the weather:
    Remember although your iPhone may say that it is 20 degrees, you need to check what the ‘feels like’ temperature is! A cool breeze in the Canary Islands for instance can mean you will need cardigans during the day and even coats at nighttime! You may also experience some tropical storms so a lightweight waterproof jacket can be a Godsend.
    Think you don’t need travel insurance:
    People always think the horror story wont happen to them! You never know when you will need travel insurance and it is so inexpensive, it makes no sense to travel without it.
    Don’t respect the local culture:
    Remember you are the ‘intruder’! If the local custom means shoulders must be covered when entering a temple for instance, you need respect this. Likewise topless bathing may be forbidden – make sure you check the pool or beach rules before you strip off!

  • Experience

    Do not just do same touristy things try to experience and do most adventures things and live like locals there. Don't forget to check out the adventures stuff that city or county offers. If you love the extreme sport even better.

  • Use travel apps

    It's very useful to use travel apps that work both online and offline. Also never forget to download google maps for the offiline version or you may use Tripadvisors offline map or any offline line maps that will come handy.

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