11 IMPORTANT THINGS TO REMEMBER BEFORE TRAVELLING ANYWHERE Posted on November 15, 2019 camera phone chicago hotels dallas hotels free hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas Important las vegas hotels private jet remember rental property Sharing travel travel vlog travelling upload vacation Video Video Phone 37 thoughts on “11 IMPORTANT THINGS TO REMEMBER BEFORE TRAVELLING ANYWHERE” Thankyou for the curve card tip ! Iv used your code and look forward to getting my card for my next backpacking tripReply Sad curve doesn’t work for Australia it would have been soooo handy heheReply Go travel bottles are by far the best! Such a great tips video- even though I’ve been travelling for a decade, this was still helpful- awesome work Christianne, xxReply not even going anywhere at the moment, just love your videosReply Almost at 100K! Amazing inspiration for us!Reply I’m obsessed with your outro. Such a feel good channel you’ve got!Reply All of these are things I already do! Glad to know I do the same things as a seasoned backpacker 😁Reply Also your hair is looking amazing 🤩😚😍Reply Thank you for everything you do 🙏🏼❤️Reply Super helpful, thanksReply and take a bunch of bananas incase your destination don't have anyReply Hey Boo, going to s/e asia in january and will buy a local simcard! I don’t get the „unlock phone“ thing… why do you have to do it/can’t you just put in a different card? How do I do it? Thanks! XxReply 12: your passportReply You’re a legend. Thanks for reminding me to unlock my phone!Reply We're currently travelling Central and South America and documenting this on our channel and have the following tips as well:1. Research a place before you go. It may sound obvious but some people just arrive in a city and plan to just wing it there. This can be great sometimes (we admit to doing it) but it may mean you miss out on some great activities or places there and if you don't research areas or transport, could cost you more with accommodation and getting around.2. Carry on luggage. When we told people we were travelling 9 months with just carry on they thought we were crazy! However, you really don't need THAT much stuff and when you're walking up a hill or running for a bus you will be thankful for a lighter load. Also, you don't have to pay any luggage fees if you're planning on flying during your travels so saving some extra cashhh 🙂3. Shampoo bars. They are smaller so take up less room than bottles, last for sooo long and also don't have any plastic packaging so better for the environment – woo!4. Let your bank know you're travelling. In addition to all the advice on cards, just give your bank a quick call or message on social media to let them know what area you are travelling and for how long. Some banks you can even do this through their app. It just saves the risk of your card being blocked and the hassle of spending time you could be travelling and enjoying yourself, trying to sort it out.Reply Very helpful video! Made notes in my note book before I go on my first solo backpacking trip around Thailand early next year!! 😁 keep up the good work! your vids help me and many others out there a lot!! 🙂Reply When will your t shirts go on sale? I really wanna buy a solo tee😍Reply Loved this! I work in travel and all flights are over booked! airlines rely on passengers no showing! It’s just to make sure they have a full flight!! Sucks so bad!!!Reply Great tips lovely Christie!!! ❤👍Reply No need to buy a special weighing scale for your baggage. You step on the scale in your bathroom, then do it again and carry your bag, the weight difference will show whether you are within the weight limits of your airline.Reply Hii what is your monthly budget while travelling in South-East Asia?How much should i plan for acconodation?Reply When can i buy that solo bum bag???Reply Another tip is wear at beanie or cap at the airport when going through security put all the items from your pockets in the hat so when your at the other side just lift your hat grab your stuff and gooooooooooooReply related to the "100ml only" – travel with a bunch of large ziplock bags. In addition to being generally handy for keeping wet stuff separate, if you do forget that your favourite water bottle is full and security won't let you tip it out… just empty it into a ziplock bag, seal it up and hand over the squishy bag of fluid. It's cheeky, but it beats chugging the bottle, or leaving the queue.Reply Thank you for these wonderful tips 🥰Reply The amount of times I forget to weigh my bag is crazy ! Thanks for the tips I have sooo many holidays coming up, thanks !Reply Google just ended offline maps…Reply Good stuff here. Good stuff 🥳Reply Thanks for the tips! I didn't even know curvva exists, so much covenient for me as I have many cards!Reply Hydrating for flight is a great tip. Aircraft air conditioning removes up to 80% of the humidity from the air. Very important to drink water while flying. Word of the day, kerfuffle. Also, still waiting for my bum bag…are orders for the U.S. taking longer?Reply Your videos are always so useful and informative!!Reply Great video! And this video would've been so helpful when I was traveling lol 😂 I had to learn from my mistakes hehe 😜Reply Sorry for having a hard time w/ your ATM in Manila. You have excellent points to consider before travelling.Reply I dont recommend carryng one bank card when travelling in case it gets lost,stolen or blocked.Reply If you’re on a long term multi-country trip it’s a good idea to keep about $100-150USD emergency cash stash, one of the strongest currencies so you can always exchange it anywhere. The more often you exchange money the more you lose to conversion and fees. So better to just exchange it when you really need it, rather than going to money changers every time you switch countries.Also research which countries need you to exchange money before you leave the country, assuming you have cash left over. I got caught with this. Couldn’t exchange my Nepalese rupees in denominations below 1000 outside of the country. Lost about $30. I’ve heard Laos is another one where this happens.Reply Meet me in Mexico!Reply You can also use a bar of soap for body and hair wash 🙂 won't get you in trouble for limits on liquids, won't spill and is good for the environment. :))Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.