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Safety First Advice for Women Travelers

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    Safety First Advice for Women Travelers


    Generally, there are a lot of women travelers who get
    stuck in being confused about what to do when traveling
    alone. Women, being more of the vulnerable type, would
    think that it can be quite scary embarking through
    stranger’s land where everyone knows that you are a
    newcomer. Women, don’t fret. Here are some tips to
    guide you make it through safe traveling. With this safety first advice
    for traveling women, you can ease
    out your concerns.

    Advice # 1 - Always consider what to wear.

    Your attire can accurately tell who you are and what
    lies beneath that bag of yours. Every place is
    different but nothing beats simplicity. if you are
    going to Eastside countries wherein most places are
    still “developing”, it is not wise to wear signature
    clothes or branded shoes. This will not only make some
    kind of commotion but also attract the eyes of
    prowling thieves. In addition, other countries are
    reprimanding the wearing of revealing clothes. How do
    you go about this? Dress simply. Dress what locals
    will dress. If necessary, buy clothes that you often
    see them wear.

    Advice # 2 – Stay away from suspicious strangers.

    Remember, you are in a foreign country wherein people
    can’t even understand a single word you’re saying.
    That is why it is better to stay away from suspicious
    looking people. Give yourself the benefit of the

    There is a perception that because women are weaker
    than men in terms of muscle strength, they are more
    vulnerable to get mobbed helplessly. You can choose to
    stay in parts of the town where it is considered safe
    but then again you will be defeating the main reason
    why you’re traveling. You’ll miss all the fun of being
    a traveler. Or you could do the following:

    • Be watchful of the people around you. Call it
    paranoia but better safe than sorry. Stay alert
    especially in crowded areas because some thieves would
    prefer to do their thing amongst a number of people.

    • Take the jewelry off. It is not advisable to strut
    your way through the busy streets of a foreign place
    showing off your most prized jewelry. It’s like
    saying, “Come and get me.”

    • Carry a light and if necessary, a weapon for
    protection. A heavy flashlight can be can be very
    useful when you came home late or you’re passing
    through a dark alley.

    • Hide it under your undies. Yes, it can be quite
    uncomfortable but it would be one of the safest places
    to stash your money. If you’re wearing shoes, you can
    hide it underneath or inside your socks or stockings.

    Advice # 3 – Bring your medicines.

    If traveling makes you sick, better have something to
    prevent occurrences to happen. If you have asthma,
    hypertension or any kind of illness that can strike
    you anywhere, always have a solution to it – bring
    your prescribed medicines. Never reach a point where
    you have to stop everything or be rerouted just to get
    you to the nearest hospital.

    Equipped with these advices, you’ll be safer and be
    much more confident. You can feel more relaxed to go
    on a journey. Always be aware of your surroundings and
    pay attention to odd people. Following tthis safety first advice
    when traveling through different lands,
    as a woman, can get you home in one piece safe and


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