5 Travel tips for UK

I’m going to give you 5 travel tips for coming to the UK  So let’s get started!  #Tip Number 1  The weather is UN – PRE-DICTABLE  In one day, it could be pissing it down with rain  Be sunny  Be windy  Be cloudy  And even have a bit of snow  I’m serious, I’m not even lying  You could experience 4 seasons in one day  Especially during March and April  Even this May, the weather was pretty damn crazy  It rained in the morning, snowed a little bit in the afternoon, and then was sunny for the rest of the day  Like I said, the weather is crazy and unpredictable  So if you’re coming to the UK, be prepared and dress appropriately. want to go airport use luton airport taxi cheap.

Tip Number 2  Remember to look right!  34% of the world population drive on the LEFT hand side of the road  And the UK is one of them!  So…if you don’t want to be killed, please remember to look right when crossing the road  Wait, actually, look both ways –because I don’t want anyone to be killed!  But please take note that we do drive on the left hand side 

Tip Number 3  Remember your PSTs  Your “Please, Sorry’s and Thank You’s”  We British people like to say please, sorry and thank you A LOT  In fact, we pretty much say please sorry or thank you for practically everything  Especially in restaurants  “Excuse me, please! Could I have some water please?”  “Could you pass me the salt please?”  “Please could I have this, and this and this please?”  When you want someone to do something for you or give you something  You always say, “Please”  And if someone has ever done this request for you  You have to say “Thank You” in return  We also say “sorry” a lot, and we use it for many different situations  For example, when you accidentally bump into someone:  Sorry!  Or when someone accidentally bumps into you:  Sorry!  Or when you can’t hear what someone said:  Sorry?  We even say sorry when we’re not really sorry  “Are you guys in the line here?”  “Yes, we are.”  “You are?”  “Sorry…”  British people have a stereotype of being overly polite because we say “please sorry and thank you” a lot  But let me actually tell you a secret…  Sometimes…We say it…And we don’t even mean it!  Sometimes…it’s just a way to hide our rudeness of what we really what want to say  In fact, there are lots of hidden  meanings behind what British people say and what they actually mean  For example, someone could say:  “Excuse me – Sorry, is anyone sitting here?”  But what they really actually mean is:. I’m sitting here, yeah? Get out of my way, yeah?  You got like three seconds to move your bag before I end you, yeah? I’m going to sit here whether you like it or not  So move! “  This is just one example (an exaggerated example)  There are so many other examples  And maybe I’ll tell you guys about this in another video another time (if you’re nice to me  #Tip Number 4  If you’re travelling around London for a few days, I recommend purchasing an Oyster card  An Oyster card is a pay as you go transportation card that can be used on buses, trains and the Tube in London  It will save you more money compared to if you bought a day travel card or if you bought single tickets  Oh, by the way!  If you’re using the Oyster on the bus, you only need to tap once  You don’t need to tap again when you leave the bus  If you’re planning to visit areas out of  London, travelling around UK by train can be quite expensive  But if you’re aged between 16-25 years old, you can buy a Young Person’s railcard  This is an annual railcard – and right now it costs £30 a year  And it gives you 33% off your rail fares.  This is a good savings card if you’re planning to visit many places outside of London  The National Rail website is also a good website to go on to find out your travel fares and times  And sometimes they even have cheaper fare deals if you book in advance  So check this website out (not sponsored)  Also, if you have a Young Persons railcard, you can have linked it to your Oyster card  So that you will also get 33% off discount on pay as you go fares on the Tube  But this is for off-peak hours only  And off-peak hours is any time between 9:30am to 4pm, and any time after 7pm, between Mondays and Fridays  And any time during the weekends.  If you’re over 25, and travelling in a pair, there is also some discount for you as well  So you can purchase the Two Together railcard, which gives you 33% discount for two named adults when travelling together by train  So those are some discount tips!  #Tip Number 5  Get out of London  If you’re only in the UK for a few days, then London pretty much covers everything you will need to see  However, the UK is more than just London and a city is still a city  If you want to get a better feel of UK life- get out of London and visit other cities  And you can also use this opportunity to use these railcards so you can get a good discount 😉  You can also get a BritRail pass which gives you unlimited travel  Across certain parts of the UK, for a certain number of days, at a certain price  I’m not familiar with this because it’s only eligible for non-UK citizens  But check this out out and calculate whether it is something you want to do and whether it is something you want  And those are my five tips for travelling to the UK! 

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