When in a new country that isn’t familiar at all, it can be really scary navigating your way around, especially at night. So make sure to stay safe with some helpful safety tips: always keep your valuable safe. It won’t be a happy day if your purse gets stolen, and then you are stuck in a foreign country with no money or passport. If you can avoid it, try not to carry one at all. Make sure to always plan your transportation wisely; for example: at night you should always take a taxi, whereas in the daytime is safe to walk or take a train. If you really want to be careful, you can ask the desk clerk of where you are staying if the place you plan to go to is safe. They will more likely have helpful words for your travels around their country. Listen well, and stay on your toes.
Make sure when you are out in a new town that you don’t get too drunk. That will make you more susceptible to bad coming your way. In order to avoid mayhem, you should stay a bit more sober. Drinking a little is okay, just in moderation. In your hotel room, you can always leave a note where you are going, and when you are going to be back. Another good idea is to connect with the staff of a restaurant you are at; it will help them have your back for any reason. Being coy is one of the best ideas you can live by when traveling abroad. When starting a conversation, just use your first name. Don’t let people know where you are staying. It’s so important to stay alert when traveling away from home. Safety always comes first. Take care of yourself.