Be Prepared with Our Bite-Sized Travel Tips - Page 8
Avoid shortcuts, always stay in view of others in case you need help.
86. Hotels and Accomodation
Don’t use the “Clean My Room” sign. It shows you’re out and your room is empty. Rather ask reception directly.
The middle seats at the back of the plane have the highest survival rate in the event of a crash.
Direct flights are safer than multiple connecting flights. Most plane accidents happen at take off and landing.
Stowing personal items on take off and landing prevents these items from becoming projectiles in the event of an accident.
Always check under your seat for a life vest. Sometimes passengers take them leaving you in danger of being without one.
Overhead air vents blow filtered air over you creating a germ free barrier around you.
Book a seat at the back to increase your chances of an upgrade. Back row passengers sometimes get moved forward if the plane is 'tail heavy'
93. Hotels and Accomodation
Use a shower cap to cover the TV remote. TV remotes are the dirtiest items in a hotel room.
94. Hotels and Accomodation
Don’t use the safe in your hotel room, staff have access to them. Instead ask to use the safe deposit box in the hotel lobby.
Keep your travel plans to yourself. Criminals listening to your conversations may target you if they know where you are going.