HOLIDAY TIPS WITH OCKY WHITE TRAVEL, HAVERFORDWEST
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We know going on holiday can be stressful! So…we have teamed up with Ocky White Travel to get the best top tips to make holidaying easy!
Your passport should be at the top of every travel checklist: More often than not…. you can’t travel without it!
In the worst-case scenario that your passport is stolen, having a photocopy stored separately can help to speed up the process of getting a replacement. You should also make copies of travel insurance papers, any pre-bought tickets or rental papers and your visa (if applicable).
Our portable devices have become essential to traveling… so don’t forget their accessories! Charger leads and portable chargers mean you won’t be bored while traveling!
Make sure you bring whatever medicines plus extra. If you’re delayed you don’t want to be left without any. Also, antihistamine tablets or creams can alleviate hay fever symptoms and allergic reactions, making them valuable additions to your hand luggage.
This doesn’t have to be extensive, but plasters, bandages, antiseptic wipes and antiseptic cream are all Extremely handy while traveling. Lip balm is a must have on flights as the air can be dehydrating!
If you don’t have access to soap and water, this is the next-best thing. You can also put some on a wipe and use it to disinfect your phone or camera.
There is nothing worse than a flat phone battery, so make sure you’ve got your adapter in your hand luggage! Also, if you have a lot of travel gadgets, packing a power strip will also be great to avoid arguing over power points
With the summer sun shining brightly, make sure you’re protecting your eyes. If you wear contact lenses, you’ll need to bring spares and solution, and taking your prescription glasses/Sun glasses along as well provides a sensible backup.
Even if you don’t think you’ll need them where you’re going, it’s quite literally not worth losing sleep over. Long-haul flights can also be greatly improved by neck pillows, soft blankets, warm socks and an eye mask
If your plane or transfer is delayed, you might find that restaurants and food shops are shut by the time you arrive at your destination. Bottled water and simple snacks like fruit, crisps or granola bars will help to keep you going until the next day.