3 pairs of shoes. But what if the business is not in the agenda and you are just for a holiday on the beach, planning to hang around the pool and dip some sunshine, or lie on the beach and dip in the sun, sit at the beach bar and dip in a little sun!
Passport – make sure it is valid! Take 2 photocopies, leave one at home with the emergency contact, take the other with you and store it in a place other than your actual passport. On the beach and in the bars, etc. carry the copy, not the original.
Take copies of all important documents and save them in separate places, so if you lose a batch, you still have the information.
Before you make a list of all the emergency numbers you may need, they may include the number you need to call if your credit card is stolen and the emergency number in the country you are visiting in case of accident, sickness or crime. The number of the local consulate or embassy, though very rarely needed, when you do, you want to convey them.
Chargers for your phone, iPod and any other electronic entertainment devices you may have (eBook reader, PSP, Nintendo, etc.).
Travel Documents – Airplane, Boat, Train Tickets, Visa, Car Rental Voucher, and all medical certificates for proof of vaccines, where applicable.
Driving license if you rent a car, make sure it is the original, not the photocopy, if you own a 2-piece driver's license, you will need both parts. If your driver's license is not in Latin characters (Arabic, Cyrillic, Greek, Kanji, etc.), you must also carry an international driving license.
If you rent a car and you will be the leading driver, you will need a credit card on your behalf, with sufficient credit for the car hire company to "hold"; deposit. Do you take any medications? Do not forget to bring enough for your trip and do not forget to carry an original pack in the event of an emergency (where you may need to replace them). Also put an emergency medical kit, painkillers, plasters (especially greasy bombs), antibiotic cream, diarrheal pills, digestive pills and, of course, vitamin C!
With restrictions on liquids in hand luggage and weight restrictions on checked bags, overflowing toiletries in bottles of 100ml, you can always buy more on your destination, this is also true for sunscreen and repellent insects. Although I would always take a hand disinfectant, toilet paper (small roll) and wipes, and aloe vera gel in my hand luggage.
In view of these limitations, if you are staying at a hotel or self-service accommodation, check that they provide hair dryers, etc., if so, that's one less thing you need to wear,
If you need glasses, take a pair of pairs, you just never know what can happen and you do not want to be captivated in half now, right?
If you go to the hot side, pick up two pairs of sunglasses (in case of a break) plus a hat to keep the sun out of your head, it's surprising how many people, especially those with fair hair gets burned heads!
If you want / need to take a cloth, take a microfibril, weigh a lot less, and also drain much faster.
Do not take your best jewelry unless you are staying in a hotel where you have access to a safe and even then think twice because nothing can spoil a break faster than losing a favorite piece of expensive jewel, especially if it is emotional.
Do you go to the beach? Then you have to pack a sun block! Add a little aloe vera gel for soothing sunny skin, dark glasses and a hat! Of course you will need some swimwear, sarongs work well on the beach and are so lightweight and easy to pack. Take a few exotic prints and they can double up as Party Time Dresses!
http://videojug.com/film/how-to-tie-a-sarong will show you how versatile the Sangers really are and what more, they leave enough space in your case to bring home many great deals !
What clothes to take, think about it, go to the glamorous nightclubs and restaurants, or relaxed bars and discos on the beach? Wrap as lightly as possible, take a wash and carry objects so you do not have to carry a lot of dirty clothes with you. Sarongs make a good choice for women because they come in many colors and patterns, are lightweight and easy to pack and so flexible that only a few can easily go from the beach to the restaurant.
You can even make your own, in colors to suit your taste, sarong or pareo is about 6 feet long and the width is what you want it to be! If you want, you can wear them like a favorite lace skirt, wear them like a dress, or even jacket, how flexible is this? !!
If the sarongs are not your thing, then consider making only some basic items that you can dress or with accessories, shift dress (yes, although this is not a business trip) always works well because it can be dressed or down if needed.
As there is no business trip, take as many shoes as they take up a lot of space, weigh a lot and most of the time on a beach, finally wear your flip flops
Beach bag to take all of you things & # 39; your own bottle of water to keep filling, not forgetting a good book or whatever you take on the beach until you're in the water or do not order another Mai Tai!
Source by Jacqui Cooper