How to Organize and Store Important Travel Documents

Here are some tips for you to organize and safely store your travel documents.

1. Make paper copies

It is vital to make copies of your important travel documents including passport, visa, credit cards, birth certificate, work permit, driver's license and other documents in both black and white form and colored form. Separate these copies from the original and store them in safe and different places. Leave at least one copy back at home so that your family or relative can fax you when you lost...

21 Tips to Help You Pack for a Trip

We have compiled a great deal of packing tips after years of travelling and together with some members suggestions, we thought we should share them with other travellers setting out.

1. Security and Keeping Details Safe
Scan your passport, passport photos and paper tickets (if not the e type) in. Store this (in an email for e.g.) in your web based email account.

You can also store the details of your emergency 'lost card' telephone numbers in your web based email account so you know who to...

10 Things Every Honeymooner Needs to Know

While weddings are frequently a collaborative effort with family and friends, a honeymoon is often the first big decision you make together as a couple. Not all newlyweds take a honeymoon, but if you can, do so. It'll help you to recover from the wedding and give you a few much-needed days alone before real life intrudes. Here are some tips to ensure your honeymoon is everything you hope for:
1. Decide on a budget. Does your wallet allow for a night at Motel 6, a round-the-world tour, or...


A travel document is an identity document issued by a government or international treaty organization to facilitate the movement of individuals or small groups of persons across international boundaries. Travel documents usually assure other governments that the bearer or bearers may return to the issuing country and are issued in booklet form to allow other governments to place visas as well as entry and exit stamps in them. One of the most common travel documents is a passport, which usually...


Camping is an outdoor recreational activity.
The participants, known as campers, get away from urban areas, their home region or civilization and enjoy nature while spending one or more nights, usually at a campsite. Camping may involve the use of a tent, a primitive structure, or no shelter at all.
Camping as a recreational activity became popular in the early 20th century. Campers frequent national parks, other publicly owned natural areas, and privately owned campgrounds.
Camping is also...
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