I wondered how everybody deals with getting data on their phone in each country they travel. Is there a way around it? It is always such a pain having to buy and activate sim cards everywhere. I have tried the company “worldsim” and had an international sim for a while, but they where terrible and ended up to be super expensive.
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For those traveling through South America at this time, what are your thoughts regarding the Zika Virus? Have you heard about anyone who got it?
I’m planning to go to Medellin and Brazil from March to June and I’m trying to figure out if I should be worried as these countries seem to be the most affected.
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