Beyond Rail update regarding rail journeys dated 23-7-2021
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“There are only two kinds of travelers: those who are traveling light and those who wish they were.”
Travel guru Rick Steves said that. I have used this quote before and I have no doubt that I will do it again. Because he nailed it!
Over-packing is the most common mistake travelers make. Make it a rule: Man or woman, pack only the things you’ll need for six days. Everything should be washable and quick drying.
When flying, the following items should be carried in a back pack or shoulder bag and never left in a checked bag:
Once your plane lands and while you’re touring, it’s OK to transport your laptop and the main supply of medications in your suitcase . . . but only if you don’t have to check it.
Always have with you and in a safe place, a color photocopy of the page in your passport with your photo.
This is not a legal substitute of the corresponding page in your actual passport, but it will probably be sufficient to convince authorities that you do have a valid passport and are who you say you are.
And, finally, if you have a serious medical issue that could be a problem somewhere along the way, ask your doctor to write a brief summary of your condition that would be helpful should you need medical attention while traveling.
This article first appeared on www.trainsandtravel.com
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