How to avoid getting sick while traveling

 

 Getting sick as an unfortunate thing that can happen while traveling. You or your family can get sick and then spread it to everyone else she was on the trip.  Here are some things you can do to help avoid that from happening.

 Eat right

 Avoid acidic foods such as wheat, lots of red meat, cokes, sodas, and corn.  Eat lots of raw alkaline foods such as greens vegetables orange juice and beans.  My sister works at a Little Rock Tree Service Company and she used to always get sick.  She changed her diet and included lots of alkaline raw foods and now she never get sick.  She did however started getting more sleep and follow the other tips on this article.

 Get enough sleep

  Your body needs sleep to repair itself.  Traveling can take its toll on the body be sure to get plenty of rest whenever you can.  Jet lag can also cause stress and lack of sleep.

 Avoid other people

 While traveling it is common to you’re through airports and other public transportation that is why you should  avoid other people the most you can.  Try to sit away from people who are coughing sneezing or just look dirty in general.  Always keep some hand sanitizer with you and sanitize after touching any public surface.  If somebody starts coughing or sneezing nearby all it takes is one little air water droplet in the air to infect you.  Cover your face if you think someone is coughing or sneezing in the area around you.

Wash your hands

 Always wash your hands while traveling much more so than you would at home.  Many people in the world often use the bathroom and don’t wash their hands afterwards.  After that they like to go and touch everything in public places such as door handles money Coke machines countertops handrails and more.  Even though the employee at McDonald’s wash their hands the money that they touch could have touched the hands of someone who just touched their butt in the bathroom.  It’s not worth getting sick to save half a minute to wash your hands.

Tips For Speeding During Roadtrips

 Often times we find ourselves traveling well above the posted speed limit while on a road trip.  Here are some tips to help keep you out of jail and in free from tickets.

 Look Ahead

Always be vigilant always be looking at the horizon or around the corner it only takes a split second for a  law enforcement officer to take your speed via radar or laser.  If you have vision problems consider getting  contact lenses or glasses as these can be a great help when looking out for the police.  In addition  fighting law enforcement having great vision can also spot hazards up ahead such as people checking their mail people on the side of the road and even deer trying to enter the roadway.

 Get a radar detector

 Radar detectors are a great weapon in your arsenal against the war on speeding.  You will often find the police sitting in certain tactical areas where they can take people speed via radar or laser but also remain hidden from site at the same time.  If you have people ahead of you on the road,  your radar detector will pick up the police taking their speed before they take yours.  Pay attention to your radar detector and slow down if you think the person ahead of you is being hit by radar.  In my personal experience always keeping someone in front of you is one of the best things you can do as the police cannot take your speed through their car they must take their speed only.

Don’t Look Like A Bum

 That’s right I said it don’t look like a bum.  The police are very judgmental unfortunately and if you look poor or like you could be on drugs,  you will be more prone to tickets and searches.  Try to drive a nice-looking vehicle and if you don’t keep the one you have in good shape and clean.  Dress nights if you can and keep the inside of your car need an organized. If you look like a slob the police made judge you as lesser of a person.  Also keep your registration and tags current and also make sure all your turn signals and lights are functional.

 

Traveling to Taiwan on budget

Taiwan, an East Asian country and one of the densely populated places on the planet, is so affordable that it seems to force everyone who travels there to be on a budget. You are sure to get a lot for less. Taiwan is an island nation off the coast of southeastern mainland China and is officially under the Republic of China. Unofficially, the residents of Taiwan believe they are not Chinese.

Indeed, when Donald Trump came to power, he for a while toyed with the idea of recognizing the state of Taiwan. The people of Taiwan thought this was their time to be free and were excited, but then Donald Trump backed down after pressure from China. Languages spoken in Taiwan include Taiwanese, Hakka, Mandarin (mostly spoken in the North) and other Asian dialects.

The currency is New Taiwan dollar, which you can exchange on the island or away. To get the best rate, exchange your money on the island. The airport has a window open 24 hours for currency exchange. Taiwan is one of the safest places on earth.

Although a small island, there is so much to do. There are plenty of natural beauties in the form of impressive mountains and beautiful forests. The heart of all entertainment is Taipei, where vibrant events are held. Even as it maintains its uniqueness, Taipei offers Chinese dishes with Japanese hospitality.

Travel to Taiwan, as said, is affordable, but you can still scale down if you are on a tight budget. The following are ways you can minimize expenditure while traveling to Taiwan:

Buy at the Open-Air Night Markets

These night markets are not popular only in Taiwan big and small cities, but also throughout Asian countries. The markets, packed with vendors, offer much entertainment, food and shopping at affordable prices. In one of these markets, you can cheaply buy lingzhi; a popular no-side-effects Chinese herb said to cure almost all ailments.

Use Public transport

To save money, avoid taxis. Taiwan public transport is cheap as chips. The buses are clean and reliable in terms of schedule. You can travel from one city to another at affordable rates. The drivers are polite, and the roads are generally safe.

Apart from the vehicles, you can use the regular trains to travel across the country. Avoid high-speed trains, for they are expensive. You can opt to hire the motorbike to tour the country on.

Budget Accommodation

Accommodation is generally cheap in Taipei, but if you are on a tight budget, Eight Elephants and Dreaming Dragons are highly recommended. They are located in a charming, remote part of the city. There is also Meander in the city center. You will come across many other on budget guests with whom you will gladly share money-saving ideas. Birds of a feather flock together, after all.

Visit government-owned museums

The government-owned museums are generally cheaper. The public zoos are also affordable. You only pay about NT$60! You can also visit pocket-friendly parks like National Palace Park and Taroko Gorge National Park.

Surf with the free Wifi in Taipei City

The government initiated a free Wi-Fi program for all citizens. Registration is simple, and there are hotspots in the entire city. Make good use of it and save the money you could have used in internet data bundles.

If you’re in Taipei, then you can take advantage of the city government’s initiative to make Wi-Fi freely available to all its citizens. It’s effortless to register and use, and there are hot spots all over the city.

Conclusion

If you implement these insights, you will save a lot.