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Keeping Water Cheap and Easy
Tuesday, 19 June 2007
Image Those last-minute bottles of water at the airport can be pricey, so avoid paying big bucks for H2O by getting it from a water fountain. Pack an empty water bottle – either your own fancy sports bottle or an empty commercial water bottle – in your carry-on luggage. After you’ve passed through security simply fill up at the water fountain or restroom sink. Experts advise that, since flying is so dehydrating, you drink 8 oz. of water for each hour you’re on the flight.
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Cell Phone As Flashlight
Saturday, 16 June 2007
Image Most of us don’t bring flashlights when we travel, but it’s funny how easy it can be to find yourself in a dark place while traveling– if the power goes out in your hotel, for example, or you drop something in a murky stairwell or find yourself in a unfamiliar dark hallway.

Next time this happens, try using your cell phone! Most of the newer phones have displays bright enough to light up a small room (think about the last time you saw someone was fiddling with their phone at the movies).
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Paper Trail For Your Credit Card Information
Friday, 15 June 2007
Image Credit card companies thoughtfully provide toll-free customer service numbers on the backs of their cards – which does you no good whatsoever if the card’s been lost of stolen and you need to report it to the company. To keep track of those important phone numbers when traveling, write them down on an index card and tuck it into a secure place in your luggage.

Make sure you don’t write the actually card numbers, though. And, in case of a real emergency, consider
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