TRAVEL TIPS NO ONE TALKS ABOUT

Vacations are supposed to be relaxing and these unique hacks will make your experience much better.

1. ROLL YOUR CLOTHES FOR MORE SPACE

One of the most simple but effective trav hacks there is Rather than folding your clothes, roll them up into a little tube. This will save a ton of space and stop creases and wrinkles. Also bring a pilllow-case so if you are ever in an emergency situation where you need a comfy pillow, just stuff some soft clothes in that case and go to town. Likewise, you can use the pillowcase to compress clothes like a puffy jacket in order to save space in your luggage.

2. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN TO A HOTEL AND WONDERED

Who on earth uses the shower caps? Savvy travellers, that’s who. These rather unfashionable head pieces make for great shoe covers that keep your clothes and suitcase nice and clean.

3. FIND A WEIRDLY PERFECT HIDING SPOT

A good place to hide valuables – like money, jewellery or passports – are diapers or the wrappers and boxes of feminine hygiene products. I know it sounds weird, but that’s exactly why it’s the ideal hiding place. (It also works for candy that you don’t want to share).

4.MARK YOUR BAGGAGE AS FRAGILE

To ensure that your baggage is handled correctly. Your luggage is kept at the top because of this and will inadvertently ve one of the first bags to be released.

5. THERE’S NOTHING WORSE

Than finding out that your big comfortable bed has been slept in by a bunch of other travellers, and it hasn’t been made before your arrival. There’s one way that you can make absolutely sure that your hotel bed is actually clean, and it’s much more simple than you might think. If the sheets don’t have creases on then from being folded, don’t sleep on them — it’s a sure sign that someone slept on them already. If you find that there aren’t creaseases on the bed sheets, immediately contact your concern about whether the hotel will gladly change the bed sheets if a guest has any concerns, so don’t feel that you’re being unreasonable in your request for them being changed. Hotel cleanliness is incredibly important are usually tasked with cleaning multiple rooms each day,, mistakea can occur.

6. WHEN ON INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL

Always take a photocopy of your passport page with the ID and photo and keep a copy in your carry-on and also provide one to someone you trust. This means you are guaranteed a smoother process if its lost or stolen. It’s a screenshot of any journey confirmations. If you’ve booked any flights, buses or trains, whether you’re on your phone, laptop or tablet, make sure you screenshot them while you have Wi-Fi or internent access so you can access them when you’re no longer connected. So much easier than lugging around printouts.

7. GOING THROUGH AIRPORT SECURITY WITH BOTTLES OF LIQUID

Recently has become a no go. Instead of bringimg a full bottle, bring an empty bottle to the airport and refill it after you have passed through security. Depending on the airline’s own policies regarding drink costs, the amount of times water is offered may not be to your liking. Having your own water bottle ensures that you have water bottles ensures that you have water when you want it. When they do come around, top off your bottle with what they give you. You can also bring a full bottle of water through security – just as long as it’s frozen.

8. SPEAKING OF FROZEN

If you want to keep your batteries fresher and full of juice for longer, bung them in the hostel fridge with your food. This is one of the most bizarre travel hacks on this list, but most rechargeable batteries retain 90 per cent of their full chargevwhen kept in cold temperatures, meaning you don’t need to charge them as often. Do not forget to put an ice cube on a plate in your freezer before you leave your home. When you return, if there is a frozen cube the electricity did not go out. But if it’s frozen and flat, the electricity did go out and your may need to throw out your perishables.

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