6. Eat and drink local produce
Next good international travel tip is – eat and drink at local eateries and don’t just go straight for what you know. Experiencing local life and local cuisine is all a part of the adventure and local produce will be a lot more cost effective too. Remember that anything you see with a label you recognise is an import, so it’s going to be a lot more expensive.
7. Don’t take loads of foreign cash with you
Another one of good international travel tips is – only exchange a very small amount of money into local currency before you go, just what you might need for when you first arrive. Changing money at airports is especially expensive, their rates are not good and they also charge commission and fees. Remember, you can use the ATM’s in the country of your destination, when you need some local currency.….READ MORE ON THE NEXT PAGE