Energy Tip – Refreshing Energy Boost
Travel (and producing) is hard work. With enrgICE it’s just rip, tip and go.
Outlines the benefits of renting or sharing an apartment rather than a hotel when traveling.
Don’t Rely on GPS
If you’re hitting the remote Western U.S. or other rural areas GPS may not work. Carry a map to consult just in case.
Hiking in Remote Areas
Here is a tip when prepping for a hiking trip to remote areas. Be prepared, or you might lose an arm… or worse!
Packing For a Road Trip
When packing for a road trip… Keep it simple, keep it light and keep it consistent.
Helpful Words When Traveling to Laos
Here are some helpful pronunciations & words to keep in mind when traveling to Laos.
Getting Sick When Abroad
It’s doubtful, but it could happen, so be prepared in case you get ill while abroad.
Get away from tourist zones and do your homework on exchange rates before getting local currency.
Stop the Noise & Get Some Sleep
Travel is loud. Ear plugs, eye mask and white noise app on your phone can help you get some ZZZsss no matter what time zone you are in.
Catching a Taxi Abroad
Taxis are notoriously tricky to navigate when traveling. Here are some tips to help take some of the guess work when abroad.
Bring the Right Bag
Don’t bring your airport wheely bag to the jungle. Elevators are small and in short supply in many older cities. Do some research and bring the right bag.
Filtered Water Bottles
Water bottles with built in filters help insure your drinking water will be safe.
Walking the Streets of New York City
Keep this tip in mind and you’ll be on time when walking the streets of New York City.
Avoid the Crowds
The best times to visit almost any well traveled, touristy destination are weekdays. Steer clear of weekends and holidays and enjoy some elbow room!
Finding a Hotel
Sometimes it pays to wait to book a hotel until after you arrive to your destination.