“The first condition of understanding a foreign country is to smell it” – Rudyard Kipling
If you travel long enough, you're going to be robbed at some point. It's almost part of the experience. But you want to minimize the damage and the hassle. And that's where a few key security items come in. The most important accessory is a money belt, which is a slim, lightweight pouch worn on your waist beneath your clothes
where you store cash, credit cards and your passport. Money belts help prevent quick grab and dash crimes. The second must-bring travel security accessory are luggage locks. Luggage locks, or travel locks, are small, lightweight locks used to secure the zippers on
your pack when you're in crowded areas or when your bag is out of sight. Other items, such as RFID protected passport covers are also a good idea. So take along a at least money belt and a few travel locks and avoid theft-related hassles!