After our trip to New Zealand we still suggest checking out these travel tips. We also received suggestions from friends who’ve traveled to Mongolia, Turkey and other areas of the world. They all stated they always take a needle and suture to care for their own injuries. One said his group went as far as to pack their own blood, just in case of an event requiring emergency transfusions. Another said to take extreme caution when traveling to some parts of the world because the medical facilities can carry more diseases than you bargained for. Out trip was very uneventful, but we definitely used a number of suggestions listed below.
Take care, be safe and have fun in your worldly adventures.
‘Must Haves’ You Didn’t Think Of (for International Travel)
Mia Anstine reflects on how to pack for international travel, and the “must haves” you probably didn’t think of … yet.
My family has been preparing for a journey to the other side of the world for quite some time. As the departure day nears, we’re scrambling to make sure we have everything we need for the trip.
We couldn’t be more excited to hunt red stag and tahr in New Zealand. We’ve been preparing for the hunt for quite some time. We’ve been practicing our shots and getting in shape. Our excitement is so immense, we’ve actually had our camo packed for about a month. As we wrap up the final details, the lengthy travel time has begun to loom.
We visited with friends and family who’ve traveled all over the world. We began to ask, “Beside our passports, what are the travel must-haves we should think of?” This question evolved into one about how to stay healthy on our journey.
Women’s Outdoor News’ publisher Barbara Baird mentioned being sick during a recent trip. One of her colleagues remarked that Cipro, (aka Ciprofloxacin, a prescription antibiotic) is helpful in fighting bacterial infections. It’s said to help with food poisoning, and we’ve all heard the “Montezuma’s revenge” tales of international travel. What I don’t know is whether or not a doctor will prescribe it before you have an ailment.
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Mia Anstine is an outdoor writer, licensed outfitter, hunting guide, life coach, keynote speaker, and range safety officer, firearms instructor, and archery instructor. She is the founder of MAC Outdoors and Host of the MAC Outdoors Podcast.
Mia Anstine strives to encourage others to get outside, hunt, fish, shoot, and survive life with others in a positive way.
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