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Traveling alone can make for a great experience, but can also make you more vulnerable to crime. There are some things you need to consider when it comes to ensuring your own safety. This article has great ideas for reducing your vulnerability to crime while on the road.
When traveling abroad, keep a note of all important information. You should have contact information for your embassy or consulate in your destination locale. You will need to contact the embassy if you have any trouble. They will be able to help you with any problems you may encounter.
When traveling it is helpful to be flexible about where you are going. While it can be fun to establish a routine by revisiting a favorite vacation spot, maintaining some variety in destinations makes your vacations more memorable and relaxing. You can save money by selecting an alternate destination.
When you travel, keep your bag light and only pack it full of essentials. The fewer items you carry, the less possibility of valuable items becoming lost or getting stolen. Do not take too many shoes, because they are bulky and unwieldy.
When planing for a vacation, choose the digital camera that will meet your needs. For instance, rechargeable batteries are not great for backpacking in the woods for a week. Choose one that turns on quickly so you never miss a shot.
Are you heading to a small airport? Look at the website to understand which airlines operate there. Some smaller ones have charter airlines that don't pop up when you research online, so they may have better prices than the larger companies.
When traveling by car to a port prior to cruising, search for lodgings where you can park at no cost and make reservations for the night before departure. Ask hotel staff about any parking deals if there aren't any published.
Pack clothespins on your upcoming trip. It is an unusual item to consider packing, however they can be quite useful.
You want to check with the companies with whom you have credit card accounts to see what insurance they are already offering you when traveling abroad. You could be covered in the event of a cancelled flight that was charged on your credit card. Doing a bit of research before leaving is a good idea.
When traveling on the road with kids, take along some cookie sheets. These are great for providing the flat surfaces needed for coloring or playing games. If your children are very young, bring along magnetic numbers and letters to provide an educational activity.
The National Park Pass is a good investment if you will be making frequent visits to the National Parks. It costs $50 and can be used at any national park for 12 months.
As previously stated, traveling can be a fun experience, but there are times when you can be exposed to crime or other issues. Safety can be found in numbers, though when you are solo, lots of things can help prevent you from appearing vulnerable. Use the advice you learned here to stay safe as you travel.
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The festival runs from the beginning of May for two weeks, and organizers recommend coming at dawn to capture the most intense images on camera. 1 Mountain, Beoppyeong-ri, Chahwang-myeon, Sancheong-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do (경남 산청군 차황면 법평리 산1번지) This old riverside temple is relatively unknown to the public and features quite a few treasures including stone pagodas, a stone bell and a grove of zelkova trees. The temple and its surrounding area also hosts a sweet potato festival early every January. 282 Cheonsong-ri, Yeoju-eup, Yeoju-gun, Gyeonggi-do (경기도 여주군 여주읍 천송리 282) 36. Daedun Mountain Suspension Bridge (대둔산 구름다리) Daedun Mountain is famous for its bright autumn colors and its 81-meter-high Geumgang Suspension Bridge. The red bridge that connects Imgeum Rock and Ipseokdae makes mountain climbing seem easy. Wanju-gun, Jeollabuk-do / Geumsan-gun, Chungcheongnam-do (전북 완주군, 충남 금산군) The beach of Haeundae in South Korea's southern port city of Busan. Hundreds of thousands frequent to this renowned beach every summer, but summer is not the only season you can see some flesh at Haeundae -- the Polar Bear Festival is held every January, when contestants leap in the cold ocean screaming and laughing. Around 2,000 people attended this year's festival, marking the largest number of participants to date. Woo 1-dong,Joong-dong, Haeundae-gu, Busan (부산 해운대구 우1동 , 중동) Originally built in 552, this temple takes its name from a nearby rock that was supposed to have been shaped like a dragon but was destroyed along with most of the temple during the Japanese occupation. According to legend, the last prince of the Shilla Dynasty wept here after glimpsing a view of his hometown.
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"It still requires quite a bit of planning and is subject to delays. Once you cross into North Korea the train is very slow - it takes about 30 hours just to get from the border to Pyongyang." A monument in PyongyangCredit:©Mieszko9 - stock.adobe.com/Pryakhin Mikhail More frequent are train services to North Korea’s other ally, China. Kim Jong-un took his 21-carriage armoured train to Beijing in March, and four sleeping-car trains a week make the journey between the two capitals. The few who have reported on the journey talk of power outages and poor track, but relished the journey for its rarity value. And what of services over the DMZ? Trains have sporadically run across the 4km Demilitarised Zone between North and South Korea since the peninsula’s rail network was severed in June 1951. The first, after 56 years, ran on 17 May 2007 when a five-car train from each country took different routes across the border with invited guests from North and South on board. The trains were the culmination of seven years of talks with a view to reopening the Kyeongui line between Seoul and Pyongyang. In those intervening years there had been several false dawns, with North Korea cancelling an inaugural train the day before it was scheduled, citing security concerns. So history suggests that there may be many more slips between cup and lip before dependable services are in place, even assuming favourable outcomes from the still uncertain talks. Priority is likely to be given to freight rather than passengers – later in 2007 commercial freight trains began exchanging construction materials northbound and clothing and footwear southbound, but passenger services were not even on the table.
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