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Information to Acknowledge Before Visiting a Foreign Country

Travelling to foreign countries for a job comes with both rewards and challenges. First times are always the most challenging because one has not adapted to abrupt changes. A first timer is mostly faced by the challenge to properly navigate (Brooks n.p.). The differences fall under a wide spectrum starting from culture and social life to simple etiquette and undertaking daily activities. Therefore, it is safe to say that one has to know some basic information both about the geographical region as well as the workplace to have a clue of what awaits him or her. Here are some of the things one has to know to ease the effects of exposure to tremendous change of the environment;

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  1. It is important to know the currency and how payment is done. This will help one to be able to purchase products and services immediately upon arrival.
  2. Regarding the workplace, one can undertake online research to establish the number of employees as well as getting their basic information.
  3. In case there is a friend or family, then it is advisable to ask for help.
  4. One should be aware about his or her health to know what to avoid.
  5. Seek basic information about the region you will be located.
  6. Know the climate to establish what is suitable to wear upon arrival.
  7. Determine the meal time since they differ in countries such as Spain.
  8. It is important to know the culture and lifestyle that a country embraces. Some countries like Saudi Arabia prohibit alcohol.
  9. It is important to know sources of clean water and healthy food.
  10. One can also know the location of basic facilities such as hospitals in case of an emergency.
  11. Ensure you are medically covered because one is prone to injury and illness.
  12. Establish dangerous areas that put you at risk.
  13. Know whether it is required of you to have an international driver’s license if you rent a car for example in Italy.
  14. Determine the estimated amount for cab fare.
  15. Know the language, particularly the commonly used words.
  16. Assimilate the place’s culture.
  17. Establish whether your paperwork is comprehensive.
  18. Research more about your employer.
  19. Read the employees’ reviews.
  20. Know the location of your workplace.

Brooks, Dari. “20 Tips Before Traveling Internationally.” Travelzoo, 18 Apr. 2018, https://www.travelzoo.com/blog/20-tips-before-traveling-internationally/.