Even when you live abroad and travel constantly, sometimes you know when it's time to take a little break.
I'll be honest - I love a great getaway, whether it's just a quick weekend escape or an extended stay to get a break from it all. And as a person who has been travelling since childhood, I think it's safe to say that I have a lot of relevant experience when it comes to travel safety.
Let's face it: some of us are not meant to stay in one place. The world is literally our home. But when you're away, you can't always prepare for every emergency situation, particularly in certain countries. As a fellow citizen of the world and someone who has had more than her fair share of travel emergencies in this lifetime, here are a few key things to do when you find yourself in a travel emergency.
There are many things in this life that need doing. Some pleasant, some not so much. Every so often I feel compelled to share something that I feel needs to be known. This is one of those "oftens".
It's easy to jump to an assumption that a blogger can just do a bit of research and churn out post after post after post. It might be the most comfortable reaction to think, "what does this chick know about life as a citizen of the world?"
The answer to that is: more than you could fathom.