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Is seeing the northern lights on your ultimate bucket list? Don't wait - the best time to spot them in Norway is from October to March. 💚❄️
With more hours of darkness in each day, the winter months offer better weather conditions for these elusive lights to come out and play. ☃️ Even if you aren't lucky enough to catch the green and blue strikes across the sky, the stunning mountain landscapes in Norway will be mesmerising enough! 🏔️ #covermore#keeptravelling#travelfacts
📍 Norway 🇳🇴
Hello people, it's another TRAVEL TIPS TUESDAY. Here is one travel tip that will make you travel to a new location and act like you've always been there before.
When you travel to an unknown location for the first time, there's every chance you will be acting strange because you are unfamiliar with that domain as well as their way of life.
The one simple way to ensure this do not happen is by joining a travel community. A travel community is a group of travellers who come together to share their travel stories and also give real time advice to other members of the community about some locations.
Let's say you want to travel to Cambodia and you haven't been there. There will be members of the community who are resident in Cambodia or have travelled to that location.
They will guide you on what to expect and every other questions you may have.
This will ensure you aren't a total stranger when you visit a new city.
Does this help? Do you want to join a community that will guide you on all your travels?
Two nights ago I was as sick as I’ve ever been. The good thing is I had a doctor come visit me the next day, two hours later another doctor came to do blood tests and then two hours later I got my results.
It’s an intestinal infection but I got antibiotics and I’m on the upswing!
#TYLERPERRY might not be able to save you if you DON’T have this!
It’s #TravelTalkTuesdays with #TravelingWithNiqua !
TOPIC: Travel Insurance. Do You Need It?
The short answer is YES. If you did not see the article about the couple that went to Mexico and had to be bailed out by Tyler Perry because one of them fell ill (so sad) and racked up thousands of medical debt and could NOT leave without paying, if you can help it, YOU don’t want that to happen to you.
Always PROTECT YOURSELF with travel insurance when you are traveling because things do happen. Unfortunately, it can be as drastic as a sudden death, unexpectedly falling ill, natural disasters, delayed flights or even a trip cancellation due to unforeseen circumstances. Having travel insurance would protect YOU.
Now you are probably wondering, should I purchase the coverage offered by the airline or cruise carrier? Purchase my own policy?
For starters, always review the basic coverage before adding any travel insurance.
Review the following:
Do they cover you if your immediate family member gets sick? Does it extend to persons on a trip with you? Is your policy active if you booked a trip before purchasing the policy? What is the deductible?
Depending on your frequency of travel, you may want to consider having an annual policy. Some great companies offering #travelinsurance are as follows:
@allianztravelus @travelguard @americanexpress
Personally, I use my @chase#chasetravelcard to cover me, so I have not purchased any additional insurance since I began using my card, I purchase each trip using this card (even if it is just the taxes) to keep myself covered. The awesome thing about @chase is you also get RENTAL CAR COVERAGE as part of your benefit! For someone that drives rentals when visiting new places, it is an amazing benefit to have.
Do you have travel insurance? Will you consider getting it? #travelingwithniqua#twn#travelingabroad#travelingdomestic#domestictravel#internationaltravel#blackgirltravelslay#blacktravelmovement#blackwomentraveling#travelingblackwomen#blackandabroad#travelnoire#europetravels#travelingabroad
1773217 December, 2019
#ad Looking at travel insurance like, “But, do I 𝒓𝒆𝒂𝒍𝒍𝒚 need you though?” 👀
The answer is YES!!
Let’s be honest, we’ve all had a teeny tiny tad bit of invincibility complex in us at some point - thinking that “it will never happen to me”. Or, questioning the odds and concluding they are slim to none.
But, travel, and life in general, is so unpredictable so you really just never know. Which is why it’s sooo important to purchase travel insurance. Admittedly, if I’m traveling domestically, I usually skip out on travel insurance. But, internationally, never...and you shouldn’t either. Anything can happen so you want to make sure you’re covered.
I’ve been on the hunt for a long-term insurance plan that doesn’t cost me an arm and a leg and I finally discovered @nomadcities! Which was created by nomads, for nomads. It’s only $37 every 4 weeks and it works like a subscription plan, so I can cancel at any time! 🙌🏾
With any travel insurance, there are some exclusions and limitations, but since I don’t plan on piloting a hot air balloon any time soon, it works for me. Also, if you’re traveling with a family, kids under 10 (up to 2 per family) are covered for free!
See what all else is covered with SafetyWing in my latest blog post, comparing them and another reputable travel insurance company. Link in my bio!
Save this post and come back to it next time you’re planning a trip and you’re trying to decide on which travel insurance company to go with.
𝗗𝗼 𝘆𝗼𝘂 𝘂𝘀𝘂𝗮𝗹𝗹𝘆 𝗽𝘂𝗿𝗰𝗵𝗮𝘀𝗲 𝘁𝗿𝗮𝘃𝗲𝗹 𝗶𝗻𝘀𝘂𝗿𝗮𝗻𝗰𝗲 𝗼𝗿 𝗷𝘂𝘀𝘁 𝘁𝗮𝗸𝗲 𝘆𝗼𝘂𝗿 𝗰𝗵𝗮𝗻𝗰𝗲𝘀? #worldofawanderer
3065526 November, 2019
Problem: tuk tuk drivers who aggressively follow you down the road insisting you need a massively overpriced ride.
Solution: DRIVE YOUR OWN DAMN TUK TUK. Bonus points if it’s gold.👸🏼