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Q:  What should I do before going abroad?
A:  Make sure you have adequate insurance and that you have checked the FCO Travel Advice for the countries you are visiting.
Check you have sufficient money and that your passport is up-to-date.
Take a photocopy of your passport details and keep in a safe place.
Check what inoculations and visas are required.


Q:  What is the best and safest way to take money abroad?
A:  It is a good idea to take travellers cheques as well as credit cards. Don’t change more money than you need into local currency.

Q:  What should do if I run into problems while overseas?
A:  Seek the advice of your tour operator, local police or the nearest British Consulate
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