Helliw, yeah it’s been a long time I haven’t posted a blogpost here but I’ve been busy af, anyways here I am writing to you from Poland yaaay, and I came here alone for a scholarship to study polish language as I am a tourism marketing master student.
In this post I’d love to share with you some tips for travelling abroad alone, since that may be a part of your summer plans, believe me it’s not as weird or scary as it may seem, in fact it’s so much fun and such a golden opportunity to discover your inner self and get out of your comfort zone, so let’s get right into it:
Before your flight:
- Make lists of everything you want to pack long before you start packing : to make sure you don’t forget anything, add it on the list once it pops up into your mind and check it off when packed.
- Make sure you check online the weight of luggage you’re allowed to; to avoid any extra fees on the airport, as well as the items you’re not allowed to take with you.
- Make a planning for your trip: the places to see, download guides and maps of your destination.
- Put your essentials in your personal bag: even if you’re bringing a carry on with you, make sure you have all the items you may need in your personal bag so you don’t bother yourself or others when looking for something in your carry on in the cabin.
At the airport:
- Make sure you go to the airport at least two hours before the time of your flight’s boarding, there may be a queue or your check-in may take long, you don’t want to end up running in the airport to catch your flight.
- As water bottles are not allowed in, you can bring an empty bottle with you and refill it after security.
- If you don’t know how or where your check-in must be done, then don’t hesitate to ask an agent at the airport, they are all willing to help.
Either you’re travelling soon or it’s not a part of your plans yet, then I hope you consider these tips when travelling.
Safe flight ❤