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My Secret Travel Accessory Revealed!

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Sharing My New Favorite Travel Accessory.

Watch the video for the surprise secret you’ll find in this multi-function, fashion forward infinity scarf. You can wear it while traveling, at sporting events, concerts, evenings out and beyond.

 

 

Sharing My New Favorite Travel Accessory.

To learn more about my secret travel accessory and some of my other favorite travel things:

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Eva Jordan-Johnson Owner/Travel Consultant, Jordan Travel Enterprise, P.O. box 37, Oakland, Florida 34760    407 924-2760

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4 Safety Travel Tips While On The Go

 Here are 4 travel safety tips for your travel within the country or abroad.

When on the go and traveling light, keep your credentials with you.  In the event of an emergency where you may need to leave in a hurry, will you be prepared? Will you waste valuable time returning to the hotel safe to get your documents?   If you have a money belt use it, but in the event you do not this video will show you an alternative when traveling, even on the casual trips or jogging around town.

 

Eva Jordan-Johnson Owner/Travel Consultant, Jordan Travel Enterprise, P.O. box 37, Oakland, Florida 34760    407 924-2760

3 Mistakes I Made While Traveling – That I Want You To Avoid

 Shocked Woman1. Not packing an extra bag

Have you ever been on a trip or vacation and enjoyed shopping

but wondered how is this going to fit in my already packed suitcase?

SOLUTION:

Bring along a medium to large tote that folds up and is expandable

2. Not realizing your photo ID was about to expire

Is your passport up to date?

I almost was denied boarding to my flight to New York. My drivers license was going to expire while I was on the trip. The gate agent gave me grace and allowed me to travel but with a stern warning that I may encounter problems on my return flight.

SOLUTION:

Check your Drivers license and or passport expiration dates before you travel

3. Time crunch – late for flight

Have you ever rushed to get to the airport,  your palms are sweating and your stress level is through the roof. The lines at TSA security are long and twisting,  around and around.  Will you make your flight?

This has been my situation on occasion.

SOLUTION:

In view of the recent TSA issues, arrive at the airport 2-3 hours early. Keep in mind traffic, weather, time of year and conditions at your airport as you prepare for your departure.

Happy Travels!

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Are You Ready For Your International Travel Adventure?

What should I pack?

What should I pack?

It always seems to be a challenge preparing for a trip.  Often times, life and work seems to get in the way.

The Travel consultant could use a consultant. Excitement and anticipation prevail as I looked forward to my upcoming adventure.

Eva what are the challenges, you may ask? Taking the time to make sure everything is in order before departing for your international trip.

Travel checklist

Travel checklist

I suggest a Pre-Trip checklist as an essential tool in your preparation.

Checklist:

Is your passport up to date?
Is your passport up to date?

A. Do you have enough time to secure your passport?

B. If you have one, is it current for the time of travel?

C. Do you have the blank pages that are required? –

E. Do you need a visa?

F.  Are immunizations required or suggested? –

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In Flight

G.. What are the requirements for luggage?

H.  Checking in at the appropriate time to get seating

I.  Refilling any medication needs

J.  Leaving travel details for family or friends in case of emergency

K. On long flights consider anti-embolism stockings or socks. – Also consider taking baby aspirin before, during and post flight.

Check with your doctor before taking any medication.

L. Taking note of the U.S. Embassy location and information in case of emergency

M. Bring an empty water bottle. It is extremely important to stay hydrated

N. Have a small amount of local currency before you arrive for tips, tolls or other essentials.

Be sure to pack charging cords

Be sure to pack charging cords

O. Pack hand sanitizing wipes and a small bottle of hand sanitizer to keep germs at bay

P. Be sure to have all your charging cords and extra batteries for your PC/Mac and mobile devices.

Q. Pack a small flashlight – You never know when you will need it

R. Purchase Travel Insurance – There are many benefits to travel insurance (trip cancellation/interruption, repatriation) but one of the biggest is ensuring medical coverage while abroad. Hospital bills can add up quickly, so purchasing insurance is vital.

S. Check to see if you will need outlet converters or adapters for your country destination.

T. Pack an assortment of plastic Ziploc bags from sandwich size to gallon size. They will come in handy for a variety of uses. You will thank me 🙂

I hope you found this list helpful. What would you add to the list? What did you find that was a must add to your list?

As always we strongly suggest utilizing the services of a Travel Consultant to assist you with your travel needs.

 

Eva Jordan-Johnson Owner/Travel Consultant, Jordan Travel Enterprise, P.O. box 37, Oakland, Florida 34760 407 924-2760 http://jordantravelenterprise.com – See more at: http://jordantravelenterprise.com/blog/?p=1087

 

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Are you dreaming about traveling the world? Will cruising be your transportation choice for seeing it?

“All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware.” – Martin Buber

Aruba - Three Cruise Ships

 

Many of my clients have asked me this question, so I decided to share this video with you. This is for cruise travelers in the United States.

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No matter how savvy a traveler you may be logging many thousands of miles around the world, just a brief moment of attention deficit can cause you great loss.

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I had this gut-wrenching experience recently when my indispensable shoulder bag containing my purse, travel documents, money belt, cell phone, credit cards, driver’s license, contact lenses, toiletries and other essential items was stolen, as I was about to fly out of Dusseldorf Airport. It prompted me to examine what I had done wrong, so others can learn from my mistakes.

1. Be awake and wary. This is not always easy to do when you get up at 4 am and are checking in at the airport at 6:45 am. However, thieves are watching for opportunities when travelers are not alert. This is also true when you arrive in Europe early in the morning and are jet-lagged.

2. Be very aware of your surroundings. We allowed ourselves to be herded over to check-in machines that were hidden behind pillars, thus blocking us from any witnesses who might have observed the theft and making us easier victims.

3. Keep shoulder bags and briefcases in your hands at all times. By briefly turning my back to the luggage cart with the suitcases and my all-important shoulder bag on top in order to focus on the check-in machine, I gave a sneaky, quiet thief his opportunity.

4. Wear your money belt.  It seems like obvious advice, but Security had made me remove mine several times in the past and put it through the X-ray machine with the other carry-on luggage. This did not seem safe, so I began hiding it in my shoulder bag before entering Security. I now wear the money belt all the time again and keep the credit cards inside it.
5. Keep your passport and flight information in your hands. I was fortunate to have been holding my passport in my hand at the time, having just removed it from the bag. However, when we were sitting at the gate waiting to board, we overheard other passengers talking about several people whose passports had been the stolen the same week and were not able to travel yet. In that sense, I was lucky.
We were also told that European cities holding large conventions are likely to have bands of roaming thieves who have traveled there specifically to take advantage of the out of town participants. Dusseldorf was hosting a major medical convention during our stay.
No one wants to experience the financial loss, as well as the hassle of having to replace credit cards and personal identification documents. Have you ever been robbed while traveling? What have you done to protect yourself on subsequent trips?

Help My Bag Is Missing! Contributed by guest blogger Judy Bongiorno of Bon Voyage Travel

  • Eva Jordan-Johnson  Owner/Travel Consultant  Jordan Travel Enterprise P.O. box 37 Oakland Florida 34760
  • 407 924-2760  http://jordantravelenterprise.com

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