Understanding Travel Restrictions

Understanding Travel Restrictions

  • Take Dialect Into Consideration When Requesting An Interpreter

    The first step toward ensuring that a non-English-speaking client or patient knows what is going on during an interaction is to have an interpreter, but the process doesn't end there. That interpreter needs to know multiple dialects of the language to ensure that no other confusion is introduced into the discussion. Using the wrong dialect to translate can be futile if the dialect is not that mutually intelligible with the dialect that the client or patient speaks.

  • What Should You Do If You're Late For A Flight?

    Being late for a flight is a very unpleasant situation for anyone. Whether you woke up late, got stuck in a meeting, or have forgotten where you stashed your passport, there are just so many things that can fritter away the little time you have to make your flight. And when you do manage to get out of the door, then you must face the never-ending battle of getting a ride.

  • 3 Things to Look for in an Event Venue

    If you plan on hosting some kind of event, then one of the most important things that you can do is make sure that the space you choose is adequate for hosting the event. This will make all of the difference in the world when it comes to how successful the event is and how much it is enjoyed by those who attend. One of the most important things to consider when planning an event is the location.

  • 3 Ways To Prepare For A Deep Sea Fishing Trip On Your Vacation

    Going on a deep sea fishing trip is a great way to make your next vacation extra memorable. Before you head off on your vacation, you are going to want to make sure that you bring the right supplies with you to make your deep sea fishing trip as memorable as possible. #1 Waterproof Camera If this is your first time going deep sea fishing, you are going to want to capture that experience on camera.

  • 3 Tips For Navigating The Vacation House Rental Experience

    When planning a vacation, renting a house can make the experience a little more personal and enjoyable for your family. In order to navigate the vacation house rental experience, you need to figure out what features matter for your family, take timing into consideration and consider breaking things up if vacationing with  a group. #1 Figure Out What Features Matter For Your Family First, take some time to figure out what features really matter for your family.

  • About Me

    Understanding Travel Restrictions

    As soon as I started traveling worldwide for work, I realized that I needed to work hard to understand the travel restrictions for some of the places where I would be going. After I tried to board a plane with a pack of playing cards to Germany and I was turned away, I realized that there were some finicky countries out there. I worked hard to research each and every place where I would be visiting, and within a few months I felt like I had the hang of things. This blog is filled with fun information about travel and tourism so that you can enjoy your travels and your work trips.