Before you embark on our next spiritual journey, make sure to check for these pre-departure reminders.
Make copies of you flight and hotel itineraries.
Temporarily stop all mail and newpaper delivery or ask a family member, friend, neighbor, or any trusted individuals to collect your mail and subsciptions for you.
Along with your itinerary and flight schedule, leave your keys with whom you trust to check up on your place every now and then while you are gone.
Leaving the furries behind is always the hardest thing while you're gone, but it should not be too hard to find someone who will give the same TLC as you would!
With the internet, you can now pay most of your utilities etc. online so don't forget to set a reminder and do it before you leave or while on the trip overseas connected via free Wi-Fi.
Inform your bank of your trip dates and countries you will be visiting so that you can use credit cards abroad to avoid any problems with transactions overseas.
Hide your valuables in a safe or away from exposed places so that your coveted belongings stay with you for a lifetime.
Handle any yardwork beforehand to prevent anything from happening in case of a sudden weather change.
Do your best to clear out all unwanted perishables while away on your trip.
Have a timer to turn on your lights at night so that it feels like there is a presence while you are gone abroad. It will help keep intruders away when there is too many lights on inside the household.
Turn off all exsisting alarm clarks because there will be no one to snooze them away.
Unplug any unwanted electric devices to avoid over charging them while away.
Make sure to call your phone provider and inform them of your trip and ask for any international plans available.
Make sure to turn off or set your thermostat to the appropriate settings before leaving for your journey.
Make sure to do all your laundry and empty the washing machines to avoid any scum or mildew build up while you're away.
Make sure the gas is off and any timers are off when pertaining to dishwasher and ovens.
Close your curtains to keep any peeping Toms away.
Throw away all garbage to avoid bacteria and smells in the household.
Check to make sure all doors are locked and in good order to make it hard to penetrate into.
Set any alarms and cameras you may have to keep them away.
Essential carry-on items guranteed to make your trip more complete and secure
Make sure to bring all your medicine, but not all at one place just in case it gets lost. Keep paperwork prescription and show to airport officials just in case of secondary inspection.
You never know when something unexpected happens so keep this vital information handy when things go not the way it's planned.
Keep your ID ready, along with your passport and credit cards handy in case you need extra identification for certain things such as shopping.
The hardest thing while traveling is misplacing or losing your passport. We recomment to always keep in a safe place and with you at all times.
Keep small bills for small expenses such as church donations, use of bathrooms, and souveneirs.
It's always nice to know exactly where you are. Although you are on a trip, sometimes you might find yourself separated from the group or people so it is always good to know where you are.
Nothing hurts more that a sore or chapped lips and this little hindrance can ruin your day. Prevent it by bringing lipbalm to stay moisturized.
With so much going on during your trip, rest is equally important to be able to enjoy the daily itinerary.
Music makes everything less boring when you have headphones on long bus rides and long plane rides.
Stay connected and bring all chargers and adapters so you can use electronic devices while abroad.
PACKING THE SUITCASE
It's the small details that matter and easily forgotten especially when we are excited for the upcoming trip.
Make sure to include luggage tags with all the information to get back to you in cast it gets lost. We also provide you one per each bag that you bring.
Bring your most comfortable clothing and bring a variety to dress for all types of weather.
Always bring enough trousers and socks as not all places are laundry accessible.
Protect yourself from the UV rays by not forgetting the sunny G's.
you will never know until its too late when you need the trunks and bathing suits, so always have it handy in your luggage.
Rain or shine, our tour is always ready to combat all the weather. Be prepared with a light rain jacket or an umbrella.
Always be on time and don't forget to adjust your watches while abroad.
Avoid wardrobe malfunction by having a travel sized sewing kit or any other small patches that need to be done quickly.
One of the easiest things to forget at home and wihle on the trip. We advise to carry disposable ones for the trip just in case you forget it.