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There is a huge market out there for the hopeful traveler, and as a result there is a wide variety of these useful books to choose from. Browse around, feel free to take a look inside and see what each book has to offer. Don't be fooled by the pretty covers; make sure that you find exactly what you need within the pages. Let me show you what I mean.

Travel Guide "Must Haves":

1. Detailed descriptions of all of the goal country's regions and cities which you intend to visit, including tourist attractions and local events that may be of interest.

2. Detailed maps of each city that you plan to visit in the goal country, which clearly mark the locations of local police stations, hospitals, banks, and embassies/consulates.

3. Detailed listings for transportation to and from your selected destinations within the goal country, including up-to-date phone numbers and addresses of the agencies.

4. Information on the current exchange rate between your country's currency and that of the goal country.

5. Prices for tourist attractions, local museums, archaeological sites, hotels, restaurants, etc.

6. Safety tips, warnings, phone codes to call home, information on calling cards, etc.

7. Suggested itineraries.

8. Relevant historical information on your country of choice.

9. Relevant political information on your country of choice. (This is more important than it sounds! Politics can mean the difference between a pleasant trip and a nightmarish one, so please read up on the subject before you leave so you'll know what to expect.)

10. Useful words and phrases. (Very important. I'll get to this shortly.)

The above mentioned features will make the book your new best friend on your travels abroad. It will save you loads of time and effort when it comes to figuring out where you want to go, which sights you want to see, where to eat and so on. Not to mention how much everything will cost once you're over there! That's a lifesaver in itself.

I personally recommend travel guides from either Lonely Planet, Rough Guide or Let's Go for those who are on a budget yet still want to have a great time. If you can afford a more luxurious vacation, you may want to kick things up a notch and spring for a book from Fodor's.

In addition to the book learning, you can also read about your destination online. There are thousands of travelogues, tourist sites and blog entries written by those who have already been where you're going and are willing to share their knowledge.

#3: Learn the Language.



No one's going to quiz you about how much of the foreign language you know, but it's very useful to know at least a few words in case of an emergency. I strongly recommend that you learn the following words & phrases in the other language to use when you're caught in a sticky spot:

"Do you speak English?"

"I don't speak (Insert language here)."

"I don't understand."

"I am lost."

"I need a ticket / room."

"Good morning" / "Good evening" / "Goodnight"

"Please" and "Thank you" (You'll be amazed at how far courtesy will take you abroad.)

"Excuse me."

"Hello" and "Goodbye"

"Yes" and "No"

"Help!"

"Go away!" (Scare the shit out of the local con artists who try to rip off tourists by shouting at them in their own language. Trust me, they'll freak out and leave.)

"Fuck off, asshole!" (For the same reason as above, but be careful. Since curses may not be available in the Glossary section of your travel book, I recommend Swearsaurus, which can be found online and contains tons of insults in several languages.)

"Police!"

"Hospital."

"Ambulance."

"Taxi." (Okay, this may be the easiest of them all.)

Hopefully these helpful words and phrases will be included in your trusty travel guide.

While You're There:

#1: Please (Please) leave the "Ugly American" attitude at home.

It happens all the time

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