Make your trip fun without the hassle.
Go abroad? This table shows you what type of socket you will encounter:
Here’s an incredibly efficient way to pack:
And this chart shows you how to fold a suit jacket in your suitcase so it doesn’t end up with about 1,001 folds:
Women travelers should check this one out – it summarizes the safest (Spain, Singapore, Ireland) and most dangerous (South Africa, Brazil, Russia) countries to travel to:
And LGBTQ people should check this one out – it rounds up the best (Canada, Netherlands, Sweden) and worst (Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia) countries to visit:
Don’t be fooled! Here are the tourist scams to avoid if you’re traveling this summer (and oops – I think I’d lose in an instant if someone did the thrown baby scam with me):
Hey, money’s tight with inflation – this chart documents the low season in popular countries to help you get better prices (and shorter queues):
And here’s a similar chart for the off-season for national parks in the US:
I know you want to avoid the “ugly American” cliche when you travel, so here are some of the international etiquette you need to know:
If you go abroad, you will almost certainly have to deal with the metric system. Here’s a handy cheat sheet to help you get by:
OK, this one is only for travelers to Japan, but it wowed the foodie in me so much I had to share it. Here are 42 types of ramen you will encounter when eating out in Japan:
I know you’ll need your morning cup of coffee everywhere, so order your coffee (just how you like it) in eight different languages here:
Flying? Here’s how you can make the experience a lot easier:
After reading the last one, are you feeling giddy and thinking you could handle one of the scariest non-stop flights in the world? Well, here they are:
Speaking of long flights, you’ll probably find this chart VERY helpful after you disembark:
Are you going on a road trip? Here are some things you should definitely do beforehand:
And of course if you’re going on a road trip you need to know where to find the tallest roller coaster in each state lol:
This one is a bit basic, but still full of practical things to consider before you travel. Number six is particularly apt in my experience:
Ugh, I hope you don’t need this piece of advice on your journey, but if you do, you’ll be glad you read it:
Would you like to improve your carbon footprint abroad? Here are some tips:
And finally, if you are planning to travel with your furry best friend, you MUST check this out:
Have a good trip everyone!!!
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