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71. Posted by sayni (First Time Poster 1 posts) 4y

Additional from me

Medical card, plastic poncho, shopping bag, weather forecast, planned itinerary, plastic folder (this use to fold doc. which won't torn/crumple), cloth rolled and press in thick transparent plastic zipper storage bag.

72. Posted by apriljune (Budding Member 9 posts) 4y

hmmm,

i think i need a lot to go for packing, my items should be complete inside.
i need to bring some extra for emergency purpose cause anything could happen while
were on trip. it's better to have more than least.

73. Posted by TravelSina (Budding Member 15 posts) 4y

Hello Peter

If you have a camera or Ipod mp3-player which need to be charged you need the plugs - and an adapter for them so you can actually use it...maybe some basic medicaments like paracetamol or charcoal tablets. I also recommend to pack a bottle of water for the arrival because most of the time there isn't directly a shop to buy something or you are just too lazy after a long travel...

It is really good to have a packing list - I am totally in to this :)

Cheers Sina

74. Posted by bluewaav (Inactive 627 posts) 4y

Yeah, a water bottle, depending on your trip . . . Not if you're flying, at least not at the beginning of the trip (or the end). I brought a water bottle on my last trip, to keep hydrated of course. Airplanes tend to be really dry places. Well, the 'no liquids' rules about flying made me dump the water out of my water bottle. Thankfully they didn't make me dump out the entire bottle with the water so I was able to use it later on, and it certainly came in handy. Just don't bring it full of filtered water to the airport. It will be dumped by the security personel. Either that, or drink the water before going through security.

Just thought I would mention that.

75. Posted by flyingbob (Inactive 842 posts) 4y

[quote=bluewaav]Yeah, a water bottle, depending on your trip . . . Not if you're flying, at least not at the beginning of the trip (or the end). I brought a water bottle on my last trip, to keep hydrated of course. Airplanes tend to be really dry places. Well, the 'no liquids' rules about flying made me dump the water out of my water bottle.

I always take a bottle of water on board. There's no problem once you've been through the third degree. On the other side, just buy a bottle and stuff it in your pocket. No matter how expensive it is, if you've got no free food or drink on the flight - it'll be cheaper than on-board 'Offers'.

76. Posted by Peter (Admin 5500 posts) 4y

Quoting flyingbob

[quote=bluewaav]Yeah, a water bottle, depending on your trip . . . Not if you're flying, at least not at the beginning of the trip (or the end). I brought a water bottle on my last trip, to keep hydrated of course. Airplanes tend to be really dry places. Well, the 'no liquids' rules about flying made me dump the water out of my water bottle.

I always take a bottle of water on board. There's no problem once you've been through the third degree. On the other side, just buy a bottle and stuff it in your pocket. No matter how expensive it is, if you've got no free food or drink on the flight - it'll be cheaper than on-board 'Offers'.

A lot of airports have water fountains. You could just take an empty bottle through the security check and then fill it up on the other end. Or if the water quality is good enough, use a tap in the bathrooms. I tend to think that airlines have an obligation to provide you with water on the flight though. Charging for it seems an affront.

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79. Posted by jacqui101 (Budding Member 2 posts) 4y

I was very glad I had a needle with me on my last trip. I didn't need to do any sewing, but I did need to attend to the blisters on my feet, and the needle was the best thing! Live to walk another day, I say.

80. Posted by jason kiwi (Budding Member 5 posts) 3y

one thing i didnt see, it was day bag or day pack, they are extremely useful.