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Split Personality Packing Tips
Friday, 27 July 2007
Image One way to stay organized when you’re mixing business travel with pleasure travel is to pack separately for the different aspects of your trip. Instead of jumbling everything into one big suitcase, pack two small ones – a “business” case with your business clothes, files, folders and other materials you’ll need, and a “casual” case with your sightseeing gear, walking shoes and non-corporate vacation attire.

Besides keeping everything neater, you don’t have to dig around items that you won't be using during different parts of your trip.
Be Ready For Customs When Flying
Friday, 27 July 2007
Image If you’re going to be going through customs at the destination of your flight, you’re going to need your passport information – so don’t bury it in your carry-on where you’ll have to dig to get it later. Most of us forget that we’ll be getting the customs landing card to fill out towards the end of our flight, and if you’ve packed your papers in your bag, you may have to crawl over your seatmates and get your bags out of the overhead bin to retrieve them. You and a number of other people will be looking a little sheepish as you try not to whack somebody in the head.
More Passport ID Confusion in Old Mexico
Wednesday, 25 July 2007
Image The government may have eased up (for now) on its passport requirements for U.S. and Canadian citizens, but you’ll still need extra documents if you’re traveling to Mexico.

This has caused some confusion – and more than a little travel rage – since the State Department had previously announced that, until January, Americans could fly to Canada, Mexico and Bermuda with just a government-issued ID and proof of their passport application. Unfortunately, they failed to warn travelers that each country has its own requirements for entry, and many people hoping to visit Mexico have since been turned away at the ticket counter because they didn’t have proof of citizenship.

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