Packing can be the most dreaded part of traveling, resulting in late night shop runs and last minute panic attacks. So cut the stress, lose the luggage, and follow this list.
Passport You will not get very far without it and you certainly won’t get home easily. After you’ve done with the airport, pop it somewhere safe and zip it there until you’re back boarding a plane. No nightclubs, no bars, the airport is the only exposure this book needs. Not one to forget.
Toothbrush You’re definitely going to need this no matter where in the world you’re headed. It’s uncomfortable if you don’t have it, and awkward if you need to find one, so why leave it up to chance? Pop it in your back pocket and save everyone the undesirable bad breath.
Money Although the nomad, idyllic traveller, needs no earthly possessions and simply wanders along a dusty road happening upon benevolent strangers, the reality check is an image of yourself standing at an airport unable to get a taxi out. We’re not suggesting you carry a wad of cash in a brown envelope, this is the 21st century, a visa will do.
Socks You’re getting nowhere if your feet aren’t comfortable. Whether you’re trekking through a jungle, or just aimlessly wandering through a new city, you’re going to rely on your feet for transport, so be kind. Also seeing as the sandals and socks combination is strongly debated, We’d stick a pair of trainers on the list too.
Phone As we mentioned, you’ve arrived at the modern era- Wifi is accessible all over the globe (even Mount Everest) so take your phone and benefit from other’s experience. Check WAYN profiles for tips and advice, there’s no point in making it difficult for yourself!
No matter where you’re going, enjoy it and take in every moment! It’s the journey- not the destination that will make your trip unforgettable.
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