It is not always easy to travel in a foreign country especially if you have to get something to forgot to bring and you don’t speak the language. You may not even consider some of the differences that may appear when you are in a different environment. When you have finished checking out villas in Spain and the Moraira villa images there are a few more things you should know before you go.
One thing that most people don’t know is that stamps are most commonly found in tobacconists rather than post offices. This will confuse some of you at first but becomes a lot more obvious and convenient when you are in Spain. Known as estancos you will need to ask for a sello or sellos the Spanish word for stamp. This should come in handy when you want to send some postcards home from your wildlife holidays.
Worth considering for your electrical devices is the type of plugs used in Spain. If you are from the UK the voltage is the same and you will therefore just need a basic plug adapter. If you are from the Americas then an adapter that takes in to account the difference in voltage will be necessary. Adapters that use transformers will be best in this situation.
Everyone likes to make at least one call home whilst they are on holiday to check on the pets or a relative. Although many people find the cost a problem. You will find it much easier if you have a mobile phone that is compatible with Spain’s local telephone network. All this means is that your phone can work with any SIM and uses GSM technology.
A $9 international calling card from STA will come pre-paid with $10 worth of credit. On top of this people back home can call you free of charge for a total of 30 minutes after which you will start paying a small fee.