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Keep your wits about you and watch out for people standing too close or who appear to be listening in on your conversations. It's great to hear everyone's different viewpoints and your comments will definitely give future readers of this article a fuller picture of traveling in Morocco! Roommate relations can make or break your hostel experience, so put in a little effort and introduce yourself when you arrive.

StudentUniverse is part of the Flight Centre Travel Group—one Reply Katrina September 24, 2015 at 4:50 pm Great advice!

Respect local traditions, customs, laws and religions at all times and be aware of your actions to ensure that they do not offend other cultures or religious beliefs, especially during the I had to laugh at the monkey story ! ! Someone a year os so ago emailed me saying she was scared to let her daughter study abroad because of all of the ‘crime'. Click here for instructions Close Tobias van SchneiderReading Writing (Blog) Listening The Show Reading Writing (Blog) Listening The Show Articles Podcast About Mixtapes Subscribe Moodboard Articles About Subscribe Podcast Mixtapes Moodboard http://www.adventurouskate.com/top-10-travel-safety-tips-for-women/

So we didn't and kept a distance between us which was exhausting. Through Honest Exchange, LLC, she trains health-care providers, medical students and educators about sexuality and communication. Do you need to rent a car? In between scoping out the most beautiful beaches and coolest cities, take some time to look up safety information for where you are headed.

It means you should choose the dive school with the stellar safety reputation and hundreds of positive TripAdvisor reviews instead of the rough-around-the-edges dive school that will do it for much The city was quiet, but alone I found myself the target of early morning scam artists. Not sure if this helps.. There are a lot of personal {read common sense} things I make sure to do on an every day basis which I would like to share with potential visitors to Italy

On one hand I'm sorry they feel they need to lie, I suppose… OTOH, it's gross and annoys me. Reply Skippy 21.05.2013 at 2:40 Glad to hear that Florence is That's good stuff to check on in advance with both your insurance and your cards. At your own speed and your itinerary is as flexible as you want it to be. http://www.nomadicmatt.com/travel-blogs/safety-in-morocco/ In this new world, online surveillance has become the norm.

Never accept a room on the ground floor, as these are the easiest for criminals from outside to break into. 20. But we adapted pretty quickly and enjoyed the interactions and kindness of the people. Reply ggnitaly84 09.02.2013 at 10:32 I agree with you Judith. You won't forget the experience.

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I am married and accompany my wife with me. Even if you don't speak the local language. As always, preparedness is key, and the best way to stay healthy is to do your research before you go. 10. I might suggest going on a tour first instead of exploring the country solo.

What VPN service should I use? So many tourists (Italians included) ripped off, but not only that….giving money to non-certified guides who carry false badges. If any extra cash is asked by the end of the way, refuse to pay and Ask for a police officer to come and make things right. Of course, I need to add this because I have seen comments on other articles/blogs about people not wanting to visit Italy because they thought it was unsafe and ‘scary' just

Since I was with my boyfriend almost everywhere we went, I didn't experience the harassment that came with walking alone until the final day of our trip when I walked to We absolutely loved the Sahara Desert experience, and overall, smaller-town people seemed very nice, pleasant, and welcoming. Actually the smartest idea is to copy all of your ID and documents (cash cards too) and save them on a dropbox folder, you will thank me later.

The architecture and design is magnificent.

classy not surprising. After reading this article, you should at least have: Installed a VPN service Covered your camera with a sticker while you don't need it. Many people have their opinions on what it is like, but they are clearly just that; opinions I've heard awful things for example women are not respected and can be stoned I did hear of some petty theft happens but all you gotta do is be aware of your surroundings and use common sense.

And I was travelling with a group. BUt i was shocked to hear what 2 girls in my hotel had to put up with ! I agree with them all. If you live in a Western country and you want to experience something else entirely, then go to Morocco.

II know it was pure luck that he wasn't a serial killer.