I’m really sick of crazy high bank’s commissions for cash withdrawal or foreign exchange spreads applied by my bank when paying with a credit card abroad. I started to search for other solutions and finally, I found the best way to pay abroad. Read on to know more.Continue reading Best Way to Pay Abroad – My Experience With Revolut
Between 20% to 40% of travelers visiting tropical or developing countries get diarrhea and 1% will get ill with malaria. That’s why I’m going to give you some advice on vaccination for travelers. And believe me, if you travel a lot, it’s worth to read it.Continue reading Vaccination for Travelers – How to Prepare and Survive Exotic Business Trip
Traveling has been a big part of my life in recent years – in particular, business traveling. And still is – ¼ of my time I’m away of home. By this time I’ve flown more than 450 000 miles and used so many bags, backpacks, gadgets, and accessories that I can say with full confidence – I am an expert in business traveling. And here is the reason why I created this blog – to share with you all my experience from those trips. I want to tell you what to do to make it more efficient and save some of your precious time. This post is my summary on travel accessories. Take a look at at the list of best travel accessories for business trips (and not only) – the stuff I use and take always with me. These things make life a lot easier and solve a lot of problems.Continue reading Best Travel Accessories – My Own Set of Travel Gear (Updated: September 2019)
I’ve started to travel in business a few years ago. Now, taught by experience, I’m going to share with you the 10 most valuable business travel hacks which will allow you to avoid many troubles and inconveniences.Continue reading 10 Business Travel Hacks To Make Your Life Easier
In December 2018 I was on a business trip to Shanghai. I’ve been there dozens of times before, but this time it was different. I suffered from heavy bacterial infection and I want to share with you some information on what to do when you get sick in China.Continue reading I Got Sick in China – How to Get Medical Help in China as a Foreigner
Currently, in China, the free Internet does not exist. It is constantly being censored and monitored by the government. If you are going to visit China in business or as a tourist you will encounter problems with access to many of your favorite sites including Google, Facebook, Dropbox, and many others. Not only sites are blocked. Two years ago the Chinese Government decided to ban Whatsapp. That’s why you need to take a good VPN app with you. Read on to check what is the best VPN for China base on my research.Continue reading Best VPN for China – The Complete Guide to Connect The Free Internet While Traveling
Why do we search the web for business travel tips and travel hacks? The answer is simple – because traveling is full of waste. The more you are aware of this, the more you are able to protect yourself and save some of your precious time.
Recently I was looking through my photos from China. Some of them remind me about the differences between European and Chinese culture, the others bring me the memories of things which surprised me. I was repeating myself “it’s a pity I did not know that before”… That’s how I came up with the idea for this article. Today, I’m going to collect all that what I’ve experienced and considered different in China compared to that what I’m used to in Europe. If you are going to visit China in the near future, reading this article will be a good start.
To tip or not to tip? This is the question… This is tricky because unfortunately there is no main rule which you can apply all over the world. In some countries you will find a tip on your bill by default, in others, it’s up to you if you want to tip or not and finally there are countries which you should not tip at all. That’s a real headache… I was lost in that. That’s why I’ve decided to write a guide on how to tip around the world. Continue reading How to tip around the world – the ultimate guide
Shanghai is the biggest city proper in the world (at least that’s what ‘uncle Google’ tells us). It is also one of the biggest economic, financial and trading centers in Asia. If you’re doing any business in China, there’s a high chance that you’ll end up going just there. Or, that it will at least be your point of entry since one of the three main international airports in China is in Shanghai (aside from Beijing and Shenzhen). Have you ever wondered what to do in Shanghai during your business trip, when you have one or two days free to spend in Shanghai? Here are some ideas… Continue reading What to do in Shanghai if you have two days free?