Tips For Travellers

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1 Be vigilant at all times.

2 Trust your instincts.

3 Keep your belongings safe.

4 Be aware of your surroundings, local laws and customs.

5 When you are travelling to a new place make sure you have your accommodation for the night already booked. Check out hostels and budget hotels online for good deals and to make sure they are legitimate.

6 Don’t drink the water unless you know for certain that it is 100 percent safe to drink. You don’t want to end up in hospital with a nasty infection!

7 Bring a mosquito net – not only are these pretty but they are incredibly practical and save you getting bitten at night.

8 Avoid sunstroke by drinking plenty of fluids, keeping in the shade and wearing plenty of suncream and sunblock

9 Bring a padlock with you for your rucksack and lock up personal belongings. Wear a bumbag close to your skin with all your personal belongings and money to prevent it being stolen.

10 Avoid drinking too much alcohol as lowers your inhibitions and can make you oblivious to potentially dangerous situations.

11 Keep your eye on your drink at all times – people can and will spike it if they’re given the chance. 12 Say ‘no’ to drugs – it is simply not worth being banged up in a foreign prison for the rest of your life. is a national database of universities, colleges, institutes and providers of third level and PLC courses in Ireland. We operate a national search database of courses at certificate, diploma and degree level as well as providing information about career paths and directions.
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