Another thing, as you travel, keep abreast of local news coverage. If you are in an area experiencing civil unrest or a natural disaster, or if you are going to a place where communications is poor, register with the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate for your own safety.
Your local dollar-theme store, or craft store, is where you’ll find small lampshades that fit right over the wine or champagne glasses. They’re usually just a buck or two and come in a variety of colors and patterns. Don’t find something you like? Buy the sizes you need then cover them in a different fabric or paper yourself. It’s not hard to position the lampshade onto the material and roll the shade until it’s covered. Trim away excess fabric or paper around the top and bottom of the shade.
Of all the China travel tips National Day is the biggest one. Millions of Chinese travel at these holiday times of the year. Most are travelling back to home towns or visiting family. Hotels, trains, planes, cars, buses, and roads are all crowded to the maximum. Major congestion, everywhere.
As far as we know FollowMe2Africa is the only web-based travel booking agency for Africa. There’s actually a live staff ready to help with plans (which is rare in itself).
Check out the museum’s web site beforehand. You can confirm their hours of operation, the availability of wheelchairs if you need them or see what other perks they have available. Many sites can give you information on everything from where to park in the area, what time of the day admission to the museum is free and what days it is open late. Also, some museums are closed one day of the week or on certain holidays. Make sure you aren’t planning to show up on the day the museum is closed.
There is a rectangular aperture in the middle over which you squat or stand with one leg on each side of the hole. Neither of these two choices are easy for first time users and especially for children, the elderly or safari travelers with serious weight issues.