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    Lets talk about travelling. Share some tips and tricks for travellers here

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    Re: Travelling

    Hello! I like travelling a lot. As for some tips... I don't know really

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    When it goes to travelling, I always book some nice hotel suites on https://suitestory.com/city-suites/london-id58633 website. It allows me to travel comfortably with good services and enjoyed the vacation. I can recommend this service for everyone who likes travelling!

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    Yes, I like Travelling very much. Some of tips I can give for the travelers are:
    1. Research about your place which you are going in the Internet.
    2. Make a check-list about the things to do in that place.
    3. Pack your luggage well 1 day before travelling so that you will not forget anythings.
    4. If you going for abroad make sure you get all the stuff like Currency conversion, Visa Processing and don't forget to carry passports with you.

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    I am going to visit NY the second time in my life. My first attempt was not really successful for I had been robbed two days before coming back to London. So now I am prepared much better, has already bought a pepper spray. And now I have a strict plan of cultural activity, many thanks to https://ur-nyc.com/. No more spontaneous decisions like going to a nightclub in my polo-neck sweater and with a walking cane.

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    I can share my experience from visiting Seychelles. It was great vacation. We were in super hotel Savoy 5*. The room was modern, well designed with nice balcony with a view to the pool. Hotel has a very nice swimming pool, but we preferred staying on the beach, where you can get sun beds of the hotel. Food was good, and also at the evening you can eat outside the hotel(there are several seychelles restaurants near).

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    Re: Travelling

    Plan your trip - Customize your trip with your taste.
    Open your mind- Don't have prejudices about a country or city before exploring it.
    Go cheap on accommodation - Don't forget to book your rental car ahead of time.
    Have a secret stash of spare cash rolled up in an empty lip balm tube or lipstick.
    Pack lighter and carry a few healthy snacks
    Learn the language - few basics of the local language
    Always carry your documents: Identity cards and passports
    Use Public Transport
    Check-in online- It saves so much time, especially if you travel with a carry-on only.
    Travel like local. Eat local.
    Be ready for surprises
    Get your shots and medications.
    Grab travel deals

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    Re: Travelling

    Hmmmm, thanks for your question! Here's an answer from a similar question I once answered.

    As someone who's flown long distance many times (usually 7-9 hours) here's some advice.

    Try to get some sleep! It'll pay off when you land. This is easier if you're traveling in Business or First class, but is totally possible in Economy.

    I'm not sure if you've booked your seat yet, but look up your flight on a website like SeatGuru before doing so! It'll tell you which seas are the best (offer the most legroom, are in quieter areas, etc.)

    If your stomach gets bothered easily, bring some NON-FLATULENCE producing food with you onto the plane. For some reason, airlines are not sensitive to the fact that sitting for a long time after having served you a meal with beans or broccoli is not ideal.

    Take advantage of inflight entertainment, if it exists! It'll make your flight go by a lot faster.

    Bring a spare change of clothes with you in your carry-on. You never know what can happen, and it always pays off to be prepared.

    It never hurts to bring a disposable toothbrush/hygiene materials with you!

    Be polite with the flight attendants. Especially on long-haul flights, it can go a long way in making your experience better.

    Get up at least every hour to stretch your legs. Doctors recommend you do this to prevent swelling and/or clotting in your legs!

    Drink LOTS of water and avoid alcohol as it makes you dehydrated.

    Have transportation ready for you for when you arrive at your final destination.

    Theres nothing much else to add, a long-haul flight is like an extension of a shorter one. Best of luck, and have a fantastic trip!

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    Recently were in russia. Excellent country. A huge truth, like space. Few people know English, but all are very friendly and communicate with them simply. We even before the trip passed the accelerated Russian language courses, so as not to stand out and understand others. I can say that the Russian is not as complicated as one might think. I did not try to write on it, but I can now speak and it's just wonderful. Learn the language of the country you are going to. Here's my advice to you.
    Last edited by Numeral; 07-31-2018 at 10:52 AM.

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    I've had so many great experiences in Abu Dhabi. I've enjoyed learning the truths about the Arab Culture and Islamic Faith as well as meeting friends from all over the world.

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