Travel Intelligence: Global Country Information for German Travelers
Post from June 22, 2015 (↻ March 5, 2021), filed under Adventure.
This post is partially outdated.
Traveling the world one inevitably runs into places one cannot simply enter. Other places one doesn’t want to simply enter. Perhaps because they’re not as safe. For purposes of tracking both I had, during my 18-month world trip, set up a special country intel sheet. In that sheet I collected basic info on places I thought about visiting, from visa requirements to currency and security information.
Although Germans are in the comfortable situation of being allowed to easily enter a great many countries (let alone that we don’t need any exit visa), this really helped me. I had an offline copy of the spreadsheet on my phone, too, which facilitated currency calculations on more than one border crossing.
Figure: Lots of travel infos.
Before its contents fade any further, here is the good piece, for inspiration and re-use. Though making copies should be possible (and I hereby release any rights I may be having to, er, color choice), I’m happy to fully open up the spreadsheet if there’s interest and a good idea how to handle it best. Cheers.
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