Life Lessons(Questions to know before traveling internationally)
Life Lessons (25 questions you need to know the answer to before traveling internationally ) - We also have a section that is a collection of questions designed to help dig deeper into life situations. They are geared toward life’s most common and most uncommon events. Some of them are humorous while others are some of the most serious and important topics in life.
25 questions you need to know the answer to before traveling internationally
What is the exchange rate?
Is there a black market in the currency and how does it differ from the official exchange rate?
Are there limits on how much money you can bring in our out of the country?
Will your credit cards work?
How can you have extra money sent to you if needed?
Is there any cultural or dress codes you need to be sensitive to?
Does it require a visa?
How long are you allowed to stay?
What is the process for getting a visa and how much does it cost?
Are there any entry or exit fees?
Are there any current or potential strikes that can affect you ability to travel?
Are there any holidays that will affect you ability to travel or travel plans?
Will they recognize you driver's license
How can you get medical care if needed?
What is the availability of any prescription medications you may need?
Are there any health risks or required/recommended shots?
Are there any concerns with the safety of food and water?
Is there any foreign or domestic political news that may lead to demonstrations, protest, strikes, or riots?
What are the risks of terrorism, kidnapping, crime and other safety concerns?
What level of corruption exists in the country?
Are there any areas of the country that may be off limits to foreigners?
Are there any customs restrictions on what you can bring into or out of the country?
What are the security requirements at the airport/border crossing/port of entry?
Who is your emergency contact back home?
Bonus Question answered these question for any county you need to travel through to reach your final destination?
Asking the right questions is more important than knowing the answers. home
When man learns to understand and control his own behavior as well as he is learning to understand and control the behavior of crop plants and domestic animals, he may be justified in believing that he has become civilized. - Ayn Rand