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10 SMART TRAVEL HACKS + TIPS | ANN LE

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Hey Loves! Today I am going to share with you my 10 most favorite smart travel hacks and tips. I gathered some of my top favorite travel hacks and tips you must try when traveling this summer. They are great for family or anyone that wants to save and budget. Some of these are new and some you maybe familiar with. They are all super helpful for any holiday or family vacation planning. These tips will help you save money and give you the best summer vacation travel while on a budget!

1. Multi destination planning on Kayak
2. Google translate app
3. Essential oil hacks

Humidifier/diffuser here: http://bit.ly/2t6iouD
Essential Oils here here: http://bit.ly/2upGHra *make sure it’s food grade

4. Prevent blisters
5. Polish leather accessory
6. Sim card remover
7. Quick Clothing repair
8. DIY secret compartment
9. Seasoning to go
10. Helpful tips for happy locals

11 Clever Travel Hacks You Must Try: https://youtu.be/QZWeZEtrql0
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Comments

oana says:

I love the video! But I don't think that putting essential oils in a plastic water bottle is good… The oils don't mix with the water, and they melt the plastic. However, the hack is great. It's really invigorating to drink water with a drop or two of peppermint oil 😊

Enkhee Sainaa says:

are you vietnamese

Rupanshi Bajaj says:

But airports do not allow oils to take along with us…

rianna hakim says:

Thank you sooo soooo much for this video ( srry I'm late) but I was searching up traveling vids for my vacay in 2 days

Debra Baselice says:

I Love all of your Travel videos!! In May 2018 I am planning a Trip to France! It is the first time going to France!

Ella Uk Cross says:

Can you drink essential oils

Chogoesvegan ! says:

Love your traveling tips! 💚

Faith The Faithful Brat says:

Thank you soooo much! I am going to the Philippines one day later so thank you soooooo much! I will use them! Thanks! 🇵🇭

Fazena Bacchus says:

Great tips👍

Thembi Costa says:

U don't have a problem taking spices and eso through airport security,?

Molly sing Song says:

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Sofia Kjeldsen says:

Omggg i live in Denmark o::

So.Asmâa says:

Very helpful. Thank you so much 🙂
Greetings from Morocco.

Neharika Badugu says:

These are so useful for me . Thanks a lot.I am going to a trip in more three days

Ariel Wessels says:

I love these hacks so much! Thanks for sharing! Btw I looked up the diffuser you used and I was just wondering if this was used on a regular basis, how often would the filter need to be changed? Did you have to change it at any point on your trip?

Jane Tran says:

Thought you were going to Denmark 😮 1:05

Jen Ocean says:

Are you serious with putting your passport and money in a glued-on aided with maybe a few stitches onto the outside of your backpack? Terrible idea!

Serendipity Seeker says:

I love it , thank you 🙂 Great timing .

Ann Elisabeth says:

One phrase I use all the time in Thailand is "nit noy". It means "a little bit", and I usually use it about my rathet tiny Thai vocabulary. But even that makes them happy. It's more than hello and thank you, which is what everybody learns first.

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