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Fall Colours/East Coast - Sept. 2017!
Pre-existing medical conditions - no problem!
Our Travel Guard cancellation/interruption insurance covers ALL pre-existing conditions, regardless of medication changes, scheduled appointments/ symptoms, and scheduled surgeries. This insurance will repay you 100% of your prepaid travel expenses if you have to cancel - even if it’s because of an unstable, pre-existing condition. This is a big breakthrough for our clients. Many used to have to stay home when they had a medical condition or medication change. This has all changed now. Travel Guard requires NO forms to fill out, NO questions to answer, No scores to be added up. As long as you are not going against your doctor's orders when you book your trip, you're covered. If you purchase this Travel Guard cancellation protection, you can also add our ultra-low-cost, out-of-country medical insurance. This medical insurance costs no more than $94 regardless of your age, medical condition, or the length of your trip. Anyone over 75 knows that out-of-country Medical insurance can cost $500 or more. Not with this Travel Guard policy. And, all pre-existing conditions will be treated while you are away - NO forms, NO questions, NO scoring. Ask us for a quote when you book your next trip. We are the only agency in Canada with this policy!
No More Jet Lag will make your flights easier. No More Jet Lag does just that. This is a herbal remedy that can literally erase your jet lag. You take one pill upon take off, one more for each 2 hours of your flight and one more tablet upon touch down. Honestly, this stuff works! Since it's herbal, it's safe to take with any other medication, and you can buy No More Jet Lag at London Drugs, Shoppers, Choices, Whole Foods etc. Once again, it works!
9 Packing Tips
#1 Roll, don't fold. Experts agree that rolling takes less space and your clothes will be less wrinkled.
#2 Create a packing list - packing the night before usually means more clothes. A list will help you reduce your weight.
#3 Know your airline's free-bag policy - Transocean flights usually allow 1 free checked bag + a free carry on. Flights within North America charge you for all checked bags. Know your airline's policy!
#4 Liquids brought onto planes must be in 100ml bottles or smaller and inside a single, clear, zip-lock bag. Peanut butter, pudding, mashed potatoes, and icing are classified as gels!
#5) Use your personal item wisely. Airlines usually allow 1 free personal item in addition to your carry-on bag. Don't waste yours on a tiny purse. Bring a tote bag or back pack that stashes under the seat but offers extra storage space.
#6 Washing your clothes on the road can mean taking fewer clothes but you have to know about available laundry machines. Some ships offer self-serve laundry, some don't - ask us about yours.
#7 Layer - wear plenty of layers to help you transit multiple climates in comfort. Second, pack your bag in layers too. According to the TSA airport security, "Pack shoes one layer, clothes one layer, electronics one layer," so that the security agent can get a clear picture of what's inside. The faster they screen, the faster you'll get through the security line.
#8 Never check essential items - keep your valuable and essential belongings in your carry-on bag, not in your checked luggage. Your passport, ID, money, credit cards, jewelry, electronics, medications should always be carried with you.
#9 Share your bag - Pack 1/2 your clothing in your companion's bag and pack 1/2 of theirs in your bag. Lost bags can happen, but two lost bags is extremely rare. Worst case, you'll have 1/2 your clothes while you await the arrival of your bag!