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  1. SamSahana says

    These are very useful, not-so-conventional tips. I especially think the 3rd one is very very important! Having close family/friends know about our whereabouts can get us out of scrapes, if we ever land in any. I never knew travel insurance was a thing. Time to get one then! Great tips, once again!

  2. vacationpending says

    I have just come back from a week of travelling and I 100% agree it forces you out of your comfort zone and while it can be scary at first you learn so much about yourself and can grow as a person

    • Shelly DS says

      Hey Cindy, this is actually Olivia from Olivialucieblake.com – Shelly has taken some time away from her blog so I am running behind the scenes and posting content for her. You might be able to reach her via email or Instagram though if you want to check in!

  3. bosssybabe says

    Thanks for sharing your tips, Nick! I totally agree with all of them, especially bringing basic first aid and learning key terms – in fact, I learned this the hard way in Italy during my honeymoon!

    I developed a terrible cold/cough mid-trip and my husband and I were walking up and down the street looking for a “farmacia” that carried the meds I needed! Oyy! So now when we travel anywhere, near or far, I always carry a bevy of meds just in case 🤯🤣💃

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