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Don?t Make Trip Planning A Marathon Task: From Dreaming To Doing In 4 Weeks

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Check in online: Most airlines now let you check in and book your seat within 24 hours of departure. Some of the low-cost carriers require it to avoid hefty fees at the airport. Either way, checking in online can save time and reduce travel stress.
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Charge all gadgets: Take advantage of knowing where your power sockets are, and get everything fully charged before you go. You?ll be prepared if you want to take your first pictures before you depart and will have any entertainment devices fully charged for your journey.
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Make plans for getting to/from the airport: Make arrangements for getting to the airport with enough time to breathe and enjoy the experience (advice I need to take more often). Also look into transport at the other end. Rather than springing for a taxi, look into public transport routes if you?re not arriving in the middle of the night.   Start as you mean to go on!
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Get your travel documents in order: Pull together your travel documents ?passport and visa(s), flight details, insurance policy, birth certificate, driving license, immunization card, yellow fever certificate, optician, and medical prescriptions. Take a copy of each then scan and email them to yourself. Leave the copy with someone at home in case of emergency. Make a couple of extra copies of your passport to keep on you as you travel and get extra passport photos for visas on the road.
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Make a list of emergency numbers: Hopefully you will create this list and never need to look at it again, but put together a document with important contact numbers including your bank, insurance company, friends, and family. Don?t keep it solely in your phone or on a laptop in case you become separated from them. Keep a paper copy and also email it to yourself so that you can access it from an internet café as a last resort.
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Time for a trial pack: It may seem a little early, but pulling together your items now is a good idea for a number of reasons. It can help you identify if there is anything missing ? you may have all of your toiletries, but did you forget a wash bag? It also let?s you see what you can and can?t fit into your pack. Only when your bag is bulging and you feel the reality of its potential weight can you truly focus on what you do and don?t need to take. If you?ve invested in one too many fleece tops that wont squeeze in, now?s the time to take them back for a refund. Try to leave at least 1/5th of your bag free. You will inevitably pick things up as you travel.
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Book insurance: research the various types of coverage and compare prices. Consider the value of the items you?re taking and investigate separate gadget coverage if you?re packing an expensive kit. Also, think about what activities you might want to try and whether they?re covered.  Insurance can be complicated, so work out what you need and shop around. If it all seems too difficult, prepare one email and send it to a bunch of companies that look good and get the insurance company to do the hard work for you.
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Test and wear any new items: Test all new electrical purchases from cameras to travel adaptors. If they don?t work, there?s still time to get a replacement. If you?re going hiking and have purchased new boots, it?s a good idea to start the wearing-in process, when you can spend some down time swapping between your worn in shoes and the blister inducing boots.
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Boost funds: By now your travel budget will have depleted quite a bit between booking your ticket, visas, immunizations, and kit costs. As you start to whittle through your belongings, consider if there are any remaining items you can sell to boost your funds. As you travel, you?re likely to become more detached from material possessions, so if you are able to turn those extra DVDs and CDs into cash you can spend on experiencing the world, now?s the time to do it. Also apply for a tax rebate if relevant.
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Get road fit: It?s a good idea to have a dental check up before you go and get any niggling fillings or other issues resolved.
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consider taking some extra US dollars, which can be readily exchanged in most countries and provides a further back up. If you do carry a collection of US dollars, it is a good idea to get new, crisp ones. There are plenty of countries who won?t accept any bills that are torn or have the slightest worn look to them.
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Contact your bank: Make an appointment with your bank to let them know your travel plans. Otherwise, they may mistake your travels for fraudulent activity, which can lead to card blocking and inaccessible funds. Also speak to your bank about the best way to obtain money while you?re away, including any ATM or credit card fees that will apply. It?s advisable to arrange an extra card for emergencies to be stored somewhere other than your wallet.
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Apply for visa(s): It is usually easier to get visas from your home country, but working to a 4-week plan can be challenging ? China, India, and Russia visas in particular can involve lengthy procedures.  In some cases you can apply for fast processing, though a larger fee will apply.  An alternative is to get your visas on the road (apart from your first stop), and for longer trips, this will often be necessary as visas generally run from date of issue and may expire by the time you eventually arrive in the country in question. At the very minimum, make sure you have a visa arranged for your first stop.
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Check passport validity: Your passport must have at least six month?s validity. This means six months after you get home, not from when you depart. Also check that you have sufficient blank pages for all those lovely visas and stamps you?ll collect.  Don?t underestimate how quickly your passport can fill up, particularly in Asia where visas can take a whole page.
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Give notice: Ah, the first steps of liberation. Give immediate notice to quit your job, apartment, and any other contracts that you?re committed to, including your mobile phone, utilities like gas, electricity, and cable, and any gym subscription. Sadly, if your employment contract or rental agreement requires more notice, you may not be flying as soon as you?d like (do check your notice periods before you book your flight). You can ask your employer or landlord if you can leave sooner, but don?t rely on it.
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Don?t forget to factor in weather you want to miss (think hurricane seasons and monsoons) and festivals you want to hit. Then, get booking!
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