Travelling abroad for the first time
Travelling abroad can provide you with a new, exciting, adventurous experience. There are lots of things to learn and experience in a foreign country; it may be the culture, language, Climate. However, you can experience some problems that can make your journey less enjoyable than you had hoped. It gets even worse, if you are travelling for the first time. But, anyone can overcome these inevitable difficulties and be comfortable by knowing what to take, what to know about the country you are visiting and what are things to do before you start.
1. What to take:
Pack important things first and plan places to conceal them. Travelling abroad for the first time is a tough situation. You should be ready to face any difficulties like such as becoming lost, or experiencing a flight delay, or becoming sick. You should always have certain things with you, in your hand baggage. Only then, you can be comfortable without fear. The things include Passport & Visa, Letter for Purpose of visit and from the organization which invited you, More than 3 photocopies of everything above, Travel Insurance, Some money (both the country you are visiting and the country where you are from), 10 or more passport size [50mm wide X 70mm high] photos, 10 or more official Visa size photos of the country you are visiting.
2. Before you go
If you will be travelling abroad for the first time or for an extended period, you should consult your doctor once. This consideration is especially important if you have an existing medical condition or are visiting a tropical area where the conditions exist for the spread of infectious diseases or you are allergic to travel. Take your medical certificates, if you have any or if you want to have for visiting that country. For instance, to enter many African countries you should have Yellow fever certificate, only then you are allowed. To avoid problems when passing through customs, keep medicines in their...