>found flights and airbnbs. >found public transportation from airports to places around destination

>found flights and airbnbs
>found public transportation from airports to places around destination
>checked visa requirements; need to fill out some paperwork but it can wait until later
>currently confirming if bank card will work abroad

What else do I need to do before I officially book everything?

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  1. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    A travel buddy

  2. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Don't wait on visas, they can be delayed.
    Make sure passport has at least six months. Make sure you tell your bank you will be abroad in your account so they don't block the card. Make sure you have some cash in the local currency before you get there. Check the area where you intend to stay, listings are often dishonest about the reality, which is why hotels are better. Save weight on your luggage by not packing essentials, you can get everything wherever you go, like toothpaste, shampoo etc Just pack clothes. Bring your own locks to be safe, to store money and passport, and block windows and doors. Have an id besides a passport to carry around. When you arrive check for hidden cameras. Btw pack more clothes than you think you need, and prepare for all kinds of weather.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >Don't wait on visas, they can be delayed.
      Technically, none of the countries I'm going to require me to get a visa, but they do require some special paperwork. Singapore, for example, won't even let you begin the paperwork until about 48 hours before you arrive.
      >Make sure you tell your bank you will be abroad in your account so they don't block the card.
      Good idea.
      >Make sure you have some cash in the local currency before you get there.
      How would I get foreign currency, here in the US?
      >Check the area where you intend to stay, listings are often dishonest about the reality, which is why hotels are better.
      Even if there are a bunch of hidden fees on Airbnb, it should still be significantly cheaper than a hotel. But I'll double check just to be sure.
      >Save weight on your luggage by not packing essentials, you can get everything wherever you go, like toothpaste, shampoo etc Just pack clothes. Bring your own locks to be safe, to store money and passport, and block windows and doors. Have an id besides a passport to carry around. When you arrive check for hidden cameras. Btw pack more clothes than you think you need, and prepare for all kinds of weather.
      Thank you for your advice anon.

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      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >How would I get foreign currency, here in the US?

        Eurogay here but don't you guys have exchanges ?

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          Probably, but I don't do a whole lot of foreign travel.

          Airbnb is ass in 2023.

          I found an Airbnb right in the middle of downtown Seoul. Less than $200 for about a week. There would have to be like $500 in hidden fees for it to be more expensive than a hotel. And I don't need things like laundry, breakfast, etc.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        cheap hotels are not bookable on the internet in many countries like Mexico

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Airbnb is ass in 2023.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          airbnb is pretty good outside of north america, and other first world countries. For example I'm going to Brazil and all Airbnbs are cheaper and nicer than hotels

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >How would I get foreign currency, here in the US?
        Airports have currency exchanges, but the rate will usually be pretty bad (ie. you get less money for what it's worth). I'm not sure where else they have them in the US though so that might be a better option for a small amount of cash.
        Ideally, see if your bank offers a travel credit card you can load money onto online, and then you can use it like a normal card without high fees. However depending on the country you travel to, some places may not take card.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >When you arrive check for hidden cameras.
      I could never find any, but for good measure, I always jerk off in bed and give a thumbs-up to the ceiling. If they wanna watch me, it's their loss.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Don't wait on visas, they can be delayed.
        Make sure passport has at least six months. Make sure you tell your bank you will be abroad in your account so they don't block the card. Make sure you have some cash in the local currency before you get there. Check the area where you intend to stay, listings are often dishonest about the reality, which is why hotels are better. Save weight on your luggage by not packing essentials, you can get everything wherever you go, like toothpaste, shampoo etc Just pack clothes. Bring your own locks to be safe, to store money and passport, and block windows and doors. Have an id besides a passport to carry around. When you arrive check for hidden cameras. Btw pack more clothes than you think you need, and prepare for all kinds of weather.

        Why would someome want to watch fat ugly men jerk off on hidden cameras? What compels people to do that? Is it actually just to steal your stuff when you aren’t there? Do people sell the perv vids online? If so why can’t I just sell videos of ky obese self walking around nude and claim its le hidden camera

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          Blackmail I imagine. Whoever had the camera might also have your identity from airbnb. Then they pass the videos to their cohort who uses them to threaten you, after doing a bit of social media searching for you.

          For example, they discover you are currently married but they have hidden camera of you fricking prostitutes wherever. Easy blackmail.

  3. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    travel insurance

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah, I just checked, and unless there's a FRICKLOAD of hidden fees, Airbnb is definitely cheaper than hotels in the area I'm going.

      Do people actually do that?

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Of course, its very cheap relative to what you get if something goes wrong.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      +1
      sevencorners travel insurance is pretty well reviewed on both trust pilot and nerdwallet.

      airbnb is pretty good outside of north america, and other first world countries. For example I'm going to Brazil and all Airbnbs are cheaper and nicer than hotels

      Airbnb in Europe is the way to go. Ive stayed in at least 40 different cities in Europe in Airbnb and never had a real issue. I fricking love having a kitchen, washer for clothes, giant living room, a fridge and a couch. They are usually comparably priced to the hotels, but you get so much more. In the US it can be dicey in a large city. I wouldn't stay in one in Chicago or New York for damn sure. But someplace like Lake Tahoe would be great for Airbnb.

  4. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Good luck squeezing a dime out of your trav insurance policy. It only covers very specific things and only if you go through the process exactly as described.

    The job of insurance companies is to find a reason to deny you the coverage you paid for, not give it to you. Always remember that.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      The job of an insurance company is to invest the funds to outpace mathematical chances of payouts.

      I was injured in Mexico with $4,000 USD bill and they never fought it. They asked for all the proof and had 1 phone call to confirm what happened and the bill ect. Had the money hit my back account 4 months later.

      There is also a pretty popular video of a guy that was blinded in Thailand and used SafetyWing and it saved his vision.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        No matter how evil something is you can always find somebody willing to simp for it on SighSee.

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