Watch the YouTube video here >>> https://youtu.be/8NY3emaZNvA
The Internet. As much as it seems like you can get it everywhere these days, it can still be tough sometimes. Places you’d like to have Internet connection:
- The place you’re sleeping: hotel, apartment, condo, AirBnB, hostel
- On transportation: plane, train, subway, bus, boat
- While eating: restaurant, coffee shop, pub
- While planning: cafes, government buildings, tourist spots
- Out in the country, around the city
For phone calls, you have a bunch of options.
When you’re on wifi, you can call FREE via WhatsApp, but those people have to also be on WhatsApp … if you’re both on it, though, it’s awesome.
You can call via Skype if you pay to put money on your account.
So to recap, you need the proper voltage range and the right region adapter.
And they look like this … I got this complete set on Amazon, and the work great for all regions of the world. They even plug into each other if you ever need just the right combo. We also got this pretty slick power strip we’re excited to try next time (since I blew up our last one). It has the right voltage for worldwide, multiple plugs and USB charging ports.
So there you have all our ideas for your kids communicating back home while traveling overseas.
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