Want some travel tips for carrying money?
You may travel with a money belt, or even underwear with pockets.
But travel experts say you can take travel security one step further by carrying both a money belt and a wallet.
Keep your passport and any large sums of money in your money belt under your clothes at all times. But put a day’s spending money in your wallet. That way, you won’t have to look rude reaching into your pants to grab money for dinner.
And just in case someone approaches you, you can always part with your wallet, as it’s just one day’s spending money. A thief is likely to take it and run… leaving you with your valuables right there under your pants.
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