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Date: 01/26/2016    Page 1
Take a First Aid Kit

Whether you are traveling by airplane, train, or your own vehicle, be sure to pack a first aid kit to take along. The contents of your first aid kit will depend on how you are traveling from one place to another. Pack essentials such as bandages, tensor bandages, gauze, thermometer, tweezers, antiseptic wound cleanser, and hand sanitizer. You will never go wrong being over-prepared in this area.

Take Car in for Check-Up before Driving

If you will be using your car for driving at all, take it to the mechanic for a check-up before your departure date. It is no fun to be just starting out on your trip and have something go wrong. Many car troubles can be avoided with regular check-ups.

               Find Out Hospital Locations Beforehand

Do a little research on your vacation destination before you leave. A quick internet search can give you a map of where the closest hospital and emergency rooms would be in case of an emergency. When you arrive, ask locals to confirm your findings. Many a traveler has had a health crisis in the middle of the night, and has been forced to drive around looking for care that is difficult to find.

        Get Recommendations on Hotels and Restaurants

Consult online travel sites for opinions. Check with your friends where they have stayed and eaten when they traveled to or visited the destination you are headed for. Word of mouth is the best way to find out if hotels and eating establishments are clean and feel safe.

                    Stay Hydrated and Eat Well

When you are traveling, you will come across many germs, viruses, and other unsavory things. You may be putting your body to the test through new physical activities, or being outdoors in the sun all day long. Eat well to nourish your body, and be absolutely sure to drink plenty of clean water to keep you hydrated. You don't want to end up hospitalized for heat stroke or dehydration when you could have avoided it.

                   Keep Money in More Than One Place

To keep your finances safe, split up your money among several spots. Perhaps you will want to take a little cash along on daily trips, and leave some in the safe at the hotel. Always keep your money and other valuables in more than one place so that if some is stolen or lost, you have something to fall back on while you make calls and arrange for replacement of the rest.

Travel can create some of the best memories of you and your family. With a little foresight, you will be able to stay safe, and create wonderful moments that will last you a lifetime.

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Vacationing is a great way to get out of your comfort zone, and relax from everyday life. However, there are some things you need to keep in mind that will allow you to explore safely.
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