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International Travel Adapters

If your traveling internationally, you will definitely need a travel adapter. The plugs and voltage in the U.S. are not the same in every country so you’ll need a good power bank with multiple adapters in order to charge you electronics once you reach your destination. Here we have provided a guide on the common plugs, associated country of usage, and voltage for your future travels.

Common Plugs

Plugs, Electrical Info & Countries

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Best airlines for 2020

AirlineRatings.com recently released their best airlines for 2020, the worlds only safety and product rating website. Based on the top 10 list below, Air New Zealand took the #1 spot and has appeared in the top 10 for the 6th time in a row. In order to make the top 10, advisors at AirlineRatings.com rated the airlines on major safety and government audits and 12 key criteria: fleet age, passenger reviews, profitability, investment rating, product offering, and staff relations. You can read more about why Air New Zealand made the top spot, the other winners and best low cost winners here. Safe travels!!

  1. Air New Zealand
  2. Singapore Airlines
  3. Nippon Airways
  4. Quantas
  5. Cathay Pacific Airways
  6. Emirates
  7. Virgin Atlantic
  8. EVA Air
  9. Qatar Airways
  10. Virgin Australia
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Along for the ride

So you’re probably wondering how my husband gets around town when travels internationally, especially if he is visiting a country for the first time. Believe it or not, Uber is not actually not available in every country. So he has discovered some great alternatives, through trial and error of course, for all the countries he has visited. He are some of his transportation resources; we hope this guide gets you about town no matter where you are!


Didi-If your looking for a way to get around China, Didi is your best bet. Didi has revolutionized transportation in Chin and believes its not just a ride, its a journey. My husband uses this ride service to get from one meeting to the next and you can order a ride in WeChat, the preferred communication method in China. How convenient! He can also choose the level of service from Luxe, Premier, Express, and Taxi. They even offer bike share service if your feeling athletic and want to truly experience the sites and sounds of the city. And Didi is not just in China, they also provide service in Australia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Japan, Costa Rica and Mexico.


Bolt (formerly Taxify)- Bolt is the preferred transportation method in Budapest, a place my husband has traveled to often. You can download the app for iPhone or Android, setup your account, and quickly order your first ride. As an added bonus, you can also order food and have it delivered to you using Bolt (think UberEats). Per my husband, this app is very similar to Uber and really easy to use. You can use Bolt practically all over the world in Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and Mexico.


Grab-Known as the “everyday app”, Grab provides transportation services in Singapore and a number of other countries in Southeast Asia. Once you download the app (available for iPhone and Android) you can book a taxi, shuttle, eScooter or a pet friendly ride. But there is a reason its called the everyday app….Grab not only provides ride services, it also provides delivery services for documents, packages, food; book tickets for movies and events; book a hotel; watch videos and pay for all your purchases! This makes travelling so much easier and convenient; no more keeping up with credit cards, receipts, etc. Its a win-win-win!