The first time you go is pretty exciting traveling with your baby, especially if they are very small. Now travel by car quite an undertaking, but going to the airport also brings some preparation along with it. It’s awkward with luggage, and then there is also the stress for those small to sit for the first time in the aircraft. Recently I was with my daughter (almost 1), the first trip by plane. Thankfully it was a short flight from Brussels Zaventem Airport to the Spanish Malaga. A flight of about 3 hours but a big one is that for quite a long journey. And I have a lot of raised: Flying with small children is fun and easy with these tips!
# 1 Take food for the road
Do not count on good food for children on the plane, but prepare yourself for right. Can you give the eat children, it has two advantages. You can entertain them with it, so she keeps as busy, and after dinner, they are tired and fall asleep faster. Two birds with one stone. Keep in mind that food for children is checked extensively by customs, and you have to be there so be on time to avoid late arrival at the airport.
# 2 drink bottle display during landing
Take off and landing can be quite sensitive to the ears. So make sure you at takeoff, but especially when countries have a bottle on hand to ensure that they suffer from the ears and start crying very hard. With this tip, the passenger next to you so glad 🙂
Those who travel a lot undoubtedly sometimes slept at the airport because you had to wait, for an example, a switch or because you were late. And we do not mean in a hotel room, but in an uncomfortable position on a chair in a waiting room. That is of course not good, and what do you do with your precious luggage? How to sleep in an airport comfortably to get energy for the trip on the next day? We will give you ten tips for this.
1. Find a quiet place: where are more sleepers at
If you still want or need to sleep in an airport, you do it naturally in an area where it is as quiet as possible. So look for an area where more people are asleep and go next door lying there. The chances of other travelers here will make a lot of noise is relatively small. Go preferably also a place where it is not so hot (or where any fresh air), so you are not dehydrated when waking up.
2. Bring cushion for your neck
You are sleeping better once when your neck which can give support. If you choose to sleep sitting upright, then do it with a cushion around your neck. Once you fall asleep, you relax your neck muscles and also to ensure that you wake up with a stiff neck support is what rather nice. A sweater or scarf can also serve as a pillow or neck pillow should not be at hand.
Go on a trip alone is not for everyone. You have a reasonable dose required courage because traveling on your own can not only be quite exciting in some countries but also very dangerous and hard in others. You must also be well entertained yourself, wherever you are because not all over the world make friends very quickly. Still, it’s great fun to be a time traveling alone. Traveling alone gets fun with these seven tips for solo travelers.
Content of the article:
- Hostel or not?
- Hide your camera
- Schedule the first days
- Think about the home front
- Do not take too much luggage
- Safety first
- Enjoy it alone
1. Hostel or not?
The stay in a hostel has advantages and disadvantages. Sleep then you know you are in a hostel sure you within no time have made new friends. However, there is also a downside, because new close friendships you are no longer just in the wrong country, but you are therefore still just as far removed from the local culture and the local population. And the ultimate way to travel is by also to get acquainted with the locals. Consider also right not to stay in a hostel, and get to know other ways with the locals.
2. Hide your camera
That huge lens the ultimate proof for the locals is your neck that you are a tourist. And if you travel on your own, you may not just want people to see that you are a tourist. That large camera lets you better occasionally hiding, and make your smartphone some snapshots. So you mix easier with the locals. Incidentally, you can use your phone and some handy apps (Instagram, VSCOcam) all take beautiful photos to post on social media.
Save time, space and money with these tips!
As experienced travelers, we have already collected a lot of tips to make traveling easier: Simple tips that do not cost money, and that can save you time, space and money. The amount of time so to share that with you!
1. Take an empty bottle with
If you’re flying, you know that you can take on board no bottled water. Now, water is usually free on airplanes, but sometimes you have to pay for the prize either you have to wait very long and will receive only a small cup. Always take along an empty bottle that you can refill after security in the toilet.
2. Wires in a glasses case
Wires you always lose on the road and often meander through your briefcase, purse or carry-on. Keep wires as the charger of your phone or tablet therefore in a spectacle case. Connect each cord with a rubber band so they do not tangle. Put your wires in a hard case and you’ll never lose
The iPhone is my ultimate travel buddy, my only indispensable gadget for the move. There are a lot of handy features in which you as a passenger have a lot, but you have to know it indeed! Therefore 10 useful iPhone tips for travelers!
1. Burst Mode
Times require immediate action, like a wild animal that suddenly stands in front of you and where you want to take a picture. There is no time to take your SLR camera from your backpack to capture a unique moment. It’s now or never. Fortunately, you can get with a simple touch to open the camera on the iPhone, so you can already take a picture within a few seconds – if your phone is within reach. Then release the button that a picture does not let go, then the burst mode is activated and if necessary, you shoot hundreds of photos. Of course, you can then watch on your easiness to see if there is something useful to sit.
2. If your battery charge
An empty battery is traveling not convenient, especially if you use your iPhone for navigation, and camera, as Lonely Planet and so still for a few other features. However, there are a lot of things that eat battery. You can turn better. Think of Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, location services, and brightness of your screen (which puts some lower). And 4G you better off if you want your battery life.
3. Charging is faster in flight mode
If your batteries are still almost empty, and you have found an outlet to get back here to recharge, put your phone or on the airplane mode, the battery will clear much faster! Opt for charging from a wall outlet instead of a USB port, because that will also include faster.