Author Topic: Basic Tips for walking Abroad?  (Read 1398 times)

Pitboot

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Re: Basic Tips for walking Abroad?
« Reply #15 on: 09:55:15, 13/02/19 »

As it happens, both items I don't usually take on short walking breaks.


I was looking very quickly at acceptable items...and not even sure a disposable safety razor acceptable.


I always carry a plastic disposable safety razor in my carry on baggage, never had a problem flying to Hungary, Spain, Romania, Portugal, you should be ok going to Eire.
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vizzavona

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Re: Basic Tips for walking Abroad?
« Reply #16 on: 15:48:13, 13/02/19 »
Travel with  a Frenchwoman who can also get by with Italian and Spanish....takes all the strain of fumbling around in a foreign language and does 'open doors' on many occasions.

pauldawes

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Re: Basic Tips for walking Abroad?
« Reply #17 on: 16:16:40, 13/02/19 »
Travel with  a Frenchwoman who can also get by with Italian and Spanish....takes all the strain of fumbling around in a foreign language and does 'open doors' on many occasions.


Lol.


That sounds like wonderful advice...if only I could follow it....

pauldawes

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Re: Basic Tips for walking Abroad?
« Reply #18 on: 16:17:58, 13/02/19 »

I always carry a plastic disposable safety razor in my carry on baggage, never had a problem flying to Hungary, Spain, Romania, Portugal, you should be ok going to Eire.


Iíll pack a couple then, no hardship if I have to bin them at airport.

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Re: Basic Tips for walking Abroad?
« Reply #19 on: 18:11:05, 18/02/19 »
If you are taking a rucksack that is going in the hold, get a biggish rubble sack from a builders merchant.  Pop it in, remembering to put another one in for the journey home, and gaffa tape it up.  Keeps everything under control and lessens the chance of the straps getting caught and damaged.