TAKE BASIC SAFETY RULES WHEREVER YOU ARE

TAKE BASIC SAFETY RULES WHEREVER YOU ARE

Just indulge yourself fully by traveling alone as an amazing experience. You’re free to follow your own schedule and might very well discover something new about yourself. You can do exactly what you want all the time. You can rest when you want and pour it on when you’re feeling ambitious.

There’s no one sitting on the beach bored while you are enjoying your heaven life. Also, it’ll be your own day to salvage or chalk up to a learning experience without any worries of ruining your partner’s day.

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Traveling alone in foreign territory has of course its perils, but a few simple precautions can ensure a smooth and safe trip.
TAKE BASIC SAFETY RULES WHEREVER YOU ARE
The fact is that traveling domestically or even commuting daily can be as deceitful as traveling abroad. Being in a foreign nation is much more frightening because you’re not used to it, but just try to apply the same basic safety guidelines you’d follow in your neck of the woods:

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• Know the area you’re traveling to (e.g., if there are certain neighborhoods notorious for crime). Reviews on Trip Advisor can help and you can ask your hotel to point out the safe and less-safe areas
• Stick to open and public places, especially at night
• Don’t be flashy with expensive items, jewelry, or gadgets

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•Beware of common pickpocket tricks. Always keep your phone and wallet in the front pocket
•Know when you’re being followed and how to get away safely, such as not being panic, changing your behavior to confuse your follower or going somewhere public
• Stay aware of your surroundings (staying sober and well rested helps)

TAKE PERSONAL SAFETY RULES FOR TRAVELORS

 

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•Dressing casually and according to local custom
•Selecting a hotel room on the third to fifth floor
•Not letting your room number be overheard in the lobby or elsewhere
•Knowing where the exits near your hotel room are
•Leave a copy of your itinerary with a friend or family member at home, and stay in touch regularly via phone or e-mail.ive

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•Leave a trail in your hotel room such as when, where are you going out
•Check your maps and transportation schedules before leaving your hotel/train/rental car/tourist office. A solo traveler poring over maps can be a mark for unsavory types.
•Act like a local and make friends: do what the locals do or visiting the same restaurant more than a few times could help you more friendly

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