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-Always remember that you are a guest in another's country. -Obey all laws of the country you are in - no drugs - no smuggling. -Baggage - Most airlines allow two bags (max. 70 pounds each -- some size restrictions apply) for direct travel to and from the USA. -Check bags to your final destination. -Know what you are hand carrying for someone else. -Cash - Many countries require that you declare all of the cash (sometimes traveler checks as well) which you are bringing into the country. -Count your cash before leaving in an inconspicuous location. -Keep your currency forms with you. -Never discuss financial matters in public. -Travel Documents - Check all travel documents before leaving to ensure that they are valid for the duration of your trip, including extensions. -Airline Tickets - Check your airline tickets to ensure that routing is as planned and that you know ALL of your stops. -Packing Hints - The clothing you pack should always be appropriate for the climate and activities on your itinerary. The nor
If you are traveling by road you must read this Drowsy Driving That Leads to a Fatal Accident Is a Crime Road safety first. This should be the priority of all the drivers to avoid accidents. I have found best gadgets to keep you safe in terms of road safety. First is No Nap . If you are feeling drowsy but needed to keep yourself on the road and just want to make it to your destination as soon as possible without causing a major accident. And you have tried all the un-effective strategies to keep you awake just like drinking 10 cups of coffee, blasting some punk music, or drinking some old stuff like energy drink this is the best gadget for you. The No Nap is a small, easy to use, device that will keep you and others safe during a long, drowsy drive. All you need to do is turn the device on, adjust the wake up angle switch, and place it behind your ear. Then when your head slumps forward as you begin to doze off behind the wheel, the No Nap produces a loud, powerful beeping noise that will snap you out of your snooze. It runs on low battery consumption, and its ergonomic design fits comfortably behind your ear. This gadget has been popular with truckers who spend long hours on the road and it could be useful for keeping many others safe on the highway as well. So why take a risk in driving you might not just save your life but start caring for others too.