Are you going to travel and can't speak English? Carry an essential smartphone kit
How will I access the internet?
Before you even go, consult your carrier about international data plans. Links are not very important, but data may be essential to your survival. But keep an eye out: some operators charge an absurd price for international packages.
Therefore, it is best to buy a native chip. At the country's own airports you will find operator kiosks selling special packages for tourists, and the price will be much cheaper. Search Google for which ones are available at the airport you will be landing at.
Until you can turn around in public WiFis, restaurants and the hotel where you will be staying, but on the street can be very important to consult maps and other apps that will need internet.
What if the battery runs out?
If the battery runs out, there's no point in having a chip, data plan, and a good arsenal of apps to help you. So take an external battery with you in your backpack to get a new charge until you get back to your hotel or near an outlet.
Can I learn before I go?
No matter how many days until the trip, there is always time to learn something. And one of the best apps for that is Duolingo. Simply and unpretentiously, with quick exercises, he teaches you the basics of many languages, and always works to keep you well-kept in the head.
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