Security Council for Travel # 1 – Separate your money
I have a specialized article on how to save money when I travel, and this is a travel safety tip that you should not forget: never put all your eggs in one basket.
If any eventuality happens, like a robbery, you can be sure that you have not lost anything and you can still continue traveling.
When I was living in Madrid my wallet was stolen and even though I had the full month’s rent, the most annoying thing was having to replace the cards or find a way to withdraw money, so if you follow my advice on how to save money you will not have problems. Invest your important vacation time abroad when you go with your dentist to get dental implants Tijuana.
Travel Safety Tip # 2 – Close your bag or backpack all the time.
When you are in a foreign country, everything around you is new and surprising and more than once you will want to take the camera out of your bag or backpack as fast as you can to take a picture but it is likely that at that moment you will forget to close the bag again.
Most of the lost things of the travelers is because they do not have the due care of closing their bags again and it does not mean that they have been stolen, simply walking is more than enough for any of your things to jump on the street without you noticing.
Create the habit of constantly checking that your bag and backpack are closed and you will see that you will not lose anything again. This behavior I have seen especially in Europe, so as a safety tip to travel to Europe: Close your backpack.
Security Council for Travel # 3 – Do not put your wallet back
Close the bag is important, but what about men? The recommendation is simple, load the wallet in the front pockets of the pants so you will know where you have it at all times.
Try to generate this habit since you are at home so it will be easier when you are traveling, with time you will realize that it is not only safer but also more practical.