Countless travelers confess they use wet wipes constantly to disinfect surfaces – or to keep clean on their adventures. Yet, interestingly, nearly all people who use wet wipes during their travels reveal they barely use them at home.
Navigating a grocery store to purchase laundry detergent in a foreign country is more complicated than it sounds. From unclear labels to words you can’t understand, it’s best to take a supply of laundry detergent pods with you on your next trip.
The upside to bringing a quality pair of noise-canceling headphones is obvious. Not only will it make any flight infinitely more bearable (it will drown out the sound of any unruly passenger or crying child), but it will ensure you can get a good night’s rest if staying in a bustling hostel or noisy hotel while traveling.
Staying safe and healthy are priorities for any traveler, so bringing plenty of rehydration tablets is a must during your next trip. “It’s so easy to get dehydrated while traveling, so these are a must for both everyday use and in case you get a serious upset stomach,” explains one experienced traveler.