Going on a trip? If you know where is crucial, so is knowing how and when this will define the kind of baggage that you’re taking. After all, if you travel by car, you can take a lot more than if you go by plane or by bus. Will load on your back? Then you must know save space and be minimalist. It may seem obvious, but many are lost when that chance of backpacking through Europe or South America and have no idea what should go into that space!
We started with a humorous hint, read in a travel guide. He said for you to choose two of the alternatives below:
To summarize, you can never be traveling with the three items above, at the same time. If it’s heavy and happy, your trip will probably face. If the journey is cheap and you’re heavy, probably won’t be very happy. And so on. “He who wants totravel happy, must travel light,” said Antoine de Saint Exupéry, author of the little Prince. Kidding aside, a few tips can help you in time to organize that trip of dreams …
• Make sure you have a valid passport, with the page for the full emergency anda visa for the country you will visit, if necessary.
• Make two copies of the identification page and the number and signature of your passport – and do not store in the Passport. Let one of the copies at home,with your family and carry the other with you. This will make it easier if you need to make a new both for loss or theft.
• Know the rules and requirements of the country where you are going – and take the necessary and required vaccines.
• See also the laws of the country you will visit – while you are there, you should follow them.
• Leave a copy of your travel itinerary with your family or friends – this way, you can be found in an emergency.
• Do not leave your luggage unattended in public places and never, ever!, accept packages from strangers.
• Do not run the risk of violating local laws, seek change money only with authorized agents. Do the same when buying arts and antiques.
• If you have problems, look for the nearest Brazilian Embassy or Consulate.
Choose the one that‘s going to take is always difficult–but not impossible. However, a botched bag can even ruin your trip. The number 1 rule is: make it easy. Does not depend on how or where you’re going, try to go easy. This will facilitate in time to move it from one side to the other, get her out of the airport luggage mat, put her in the trunk of the car, turn her on the train, walk with her down the street, climb the stairs to the your hotel room etc… If you get a baggage that not need to be done, then you will be in the best of all worlds! You will not risk losing it or damage it. Lose less time at the airport. You won’t have problems with connections. And everything will be to your hand!
However, some things you cannot do without a quick list of what won’t be, especially if you’re mochilando out there (some items are essential only for those travelling abroad):
• Backpack or suitcase–when possible, lock with padlocks. And ALWAYS identify them with tags with your full name, telephone number, email and address. Placealso in some inside pocket – if you do not want to leave your address exposed on the outside, put a p.o. box. Remove all tags from previous trips.
• Tickets–plane, ship or train, vouchers and the travel itinerary
• Driver’s license and confirmation of the booking the car rental, if you do
• Reservations and confirmations of hotels, tours etc.
• Important Credit Cards, the Bank (if your bank allow withdrawals abroad), mileage, health (valid abroad) etc. Don’t forget to take out the passwords of each one of them – keep them safely in your memory …
• Address book, guides etc.
• Travel diary with pen
• Copies of prescriptions, vaccination cards and the generic names of medicines
• Business card-you can take your business or create one, just with email and telephone, to give people who meet during the trip
• Money – take not only travelers cheques but also money in local currency and in your currency, to the back
• Copies of the serial numbers of travelers cheques (store in different locations and leave a copy at home)
• Card valid for international calls
• Gillette, shaving cream
• Deodorant, moisturizing lotion, cotton swab, FLOSS, suntan lotion, talc, perfume, lip balm, comb and/or brush, toothbrush, toothpaste, SOAP, shampoo and conditioner, toilet paper, portable Clothesline
Medicines, first aid (analgesics, antiistamínicos, decongestant, band-aid and tape, antacids, laxatives, medication for diarrhea, thermometer etc),contraceptives, insect repellent, to filter water or cleanser as Clorin
• Sunglasses, binoculars (if applicable), eyeglasses (if you have an extra pair, take him), contact lenses with the cleaning kit
• Hat or CAP (both hats for cold as caps for heat)
• Knife (be sure to check it in the luggage, because they are prohibited in hand baggage) and compass and topographic cards, if walking trails
• Some book or other kind of entertainment for the waiting time at airports
• Detergent or SOAP for washing clothes, sewing kit
• Laptop, cell phone, video camera with extra tape, camera with movies and extra lenses or memory card (in the case of fingerprints) and tripod, walkman, cd ormp3 – and batteries, batteries and Chargers for all of them!
• Plugs and transformers – depending on the electronics that you decided to take, worth getting an adapter so you can charge it or turn it on when you are away from home.
• Alarm clock
• Hair dryer and iron (in travel format) – if applicable
• Microfiber towel or similar travel pillow
• Clothes – try to choose a central color and match the clothes with this color–if they are made of fabric that doesn’t trample, are comfortable and washable and dries quickly, so much better (there are several types on the market and will make a tremendous difference in the time you have your washer–dryer!–a pair of pants in my hotel room!). In this way, you can mix and match the items. Look, too, take light parts that can be used in layer with other pieces, rather than just take a heavy piece and limited, as a great jacket for the cold.
• Underwear, skirts and dresses (women), shorts, socks, sweaters, pants, jeans (only when needed or have access to dryers, because they take forever to dry), belt, scarf (if you are traveling to a cold place), pajamas, shoes (comfortable for walking during the day, a tidy for a night out, a Sandals, a slipper), blouses and shirts, sleeping mask , bathing suit, anorak, umbrella
• Take at least one clothes tidy. You can always get a event and you can dress accordingly. If you are traveling on business, two suits for men and two sets for women must be sufficient – you will switch the use among them. Take enough underwear for a week or for every day of the trip + two (whichever is the shorter of the two suggestions).
• Plan always to find a venue colder than normal from that place. A polypropylene shirt is the ideal company, always: is light, very warm even when wet and dries fast. Place an anorak, too – and if you have a waterproof pants (Climatic), so much the better. Couldn’t hurt…
• Take a bag, at the bottom of the suitcase, for gifts and purchases you make.
• Separate a pair of Flip-flops or similar to use during the baths – you never know what you can find on the floor of the bathrooms that cross the your way…
• A backpack for everyday use, for his wanderings. Probably you will upload maps, guides, water (don’t forget to take a flask!), sunglasses, camera etc.
• Money belt – keep all your money and insurance documents, in a belt under his clothes. If the place is particularly dangerous, perhaps the ideal is to keep your Passport, ticket and most of your money on your belt. Between $50 and 100 in the portfolio and lower values, like $5 and 10, in his pocket.
• A small flashlight is not mandatory, but can be well used.
• Ear Protection, water bottle with water, gum to help with the depressurization of the cabin during the flight.
• Phone numbers and emails–a list of where you are going and from friends and family that you left at home is always helpful.
• Snacks like cereals, candy bars, hot drinks and soup powder
• Depending on where you go and where you will stay (campgrounds, hostels etc), we suggest you take a plate, Cup and cutlery, plus some seasonings such as salt, pepper, sugar etc.
• Present – you can take some craftwork of Brazil for people who visit or find on the way. Look for small things and documents – are always charming.
• Remember to take everything you can from your packaging and, thus, reduce the space used.
• Also be sure to fill in all the spaces–socks can go inside of shoes, for example.
• Organize all your luggage in plastic bags, not forgetting to put another, for dirty laundry.
• How do for clothes no kneading so much? Bend them and then wrap them. This works especially for backpacks. Besides, it helps you to fill all the spaces.
•Your suitcase is ready? Then, walk around your block with her. Is too heavy? But did you really need to take all this??? Don’t take it! Never!
• Any type of fuel for your stove. Leave everything at home … • controlled substances should be left at home.
• Take great care to accept orders from people, especially if you don’t know herwell. If you can’t refuse, be sure that you made the package and knows exactly what’s inside. The airlines will ask what you are taking – and it’s good that you really know everything that is inside your bag.
And always remember the main rule of travelers: it is better to take half of what you think you need and twice as much money. Have a good trip!
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