Going somewhere? Whether you own inexpensive costume jewelry, valuable fine jewelry, or both, we have all the tips you need for hitting the road (or sky, or water) safely.
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Shopping is the No. 1 leisure activity for overseas travelers, according to the U.S. Travel Association.
Unfortunately, a Rossen Reports investigation discovered that you don’t always get what you pay for, especially when buying jewelry at Caribbean vacation destinations.
When jewelry is lost or damaged while traveling, the sense of panic doubles. You’re far from home and don’t have easy access to the resources you might normally consult – your jeweler, the local police, your insurance company.
While the rate of mishandled bags has decreased 70% since 2007, lessening your risk of falling victim to lost luggage to less than 1%, the fear of losing your luggage is still real.
Understandable, considering the effect it has on the remainder of your travels.