Hotel Safety 101 When Overseas

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While you should not be afraid of the world it is definitely important to be aware of it. No matter what country or state you are in travelers can sometimes become targets due to your vulnerability of not being from the area.

“In peace I will lie down and sleep, for you alone, Lord, make me dwell in safety.” Psalm 4:8 NIV

What To Do Before Traveling Internationally

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1) Purchase a converter and adaptor for charging your electronic devices

Electricity around the world differs in voltage and wall outlets. To avoid an overheated tablet or a dead cell phone battery, purchase a converter that also doubles as an adapter. Be sure that you purchase one that is compatible with the country you are visiting. Having one of these will ensure that your devices are safe and powered up. You can find one here.

New Travel Policy on Cuba

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New Policy on Travel to Cuba

A few months ago President Donald Trump announced new changes in the policy regarding travel to Cuba.

Some of these changes will have an effect on your future travel to the island, such as prohibiting U.S. citizens from making financial transactions with any company controlled by the Cuban government. As a result there will be an increase in financial audits, conducted by the U.S. Department of Treasury, to ensure citizens are adhering to the new rules.