tips to get ready for foreign trip

Tips to get ready for Foreign Trip

A state visit is a formal visit by a foreign head of state to another nation.
61. Have a good attitude
Keep your mind open when things seem shocking or taboo. Do not complain about what the locals lack or have too much of. Be an observer of the culture, but not a judge.
62. Bags with wheels are amazing
That backpack might seem more agile, but have you ever seen someone trek across an airport with one of those on their back? Nimble does not come to mind. Sciatica, yes. But not nimble
63. Do not forget your camera charger
You will go through that battery in a second, esp. when your friends insist on flipping through all of the photos that you just took in order to relive something that happened 5 minutes ago.
64. Never pack something that you haven
Otherwise you will find your new shoes too uncomfortable, your new jacket too flimsy, your new underwear too wedgie prone.
65. Buy that delightfully grotesque souvenir
even if you do not know who to give it to. Odds are, you will think of someone for whom it would be perfect. Worst-case scenario, you will keep it for yourself. Which is a really great worst case scenario.
66. Do not go into a McDonald
I do not care if you are scared and starving McNuggets are NEVER a viable option. If you need fast food, at least hit up a regional chain.
67. Always ask museum staff for tips
They will tell you what the best exhibits are, and what you can skip.
68. Tip your hotel housekeeping staff
While you can leave it every day on the pillow, most staff is instructed not to move money or personal items, so they might not pick it up. If this is the case, just leave it in a prominent spot when you check out.
69. Take notes
As much as you believe the contrary once you get home you will not remember your tour guides name or the artist whose worked you loved so much or even the city where you stayed Write it down.