Category Archives: 02 Packing Pointers

Additional Packing Pointers

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Here is a collection of miscellaneous tips, such as: The magic of Zip bags … blister-proof, comfy socks … and must-have travel gadgets! Additional Packing Pointers Many of the featured items are available in the Travel Supplies & Gadgets section … Read more

Supplies to Purchase in the UK

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Some things are more expensive when purchased in Great Britain – such as batteries and over-the-counter pain meds. Thus, you should bring plenty of those things with you when traveling to the UK. Many daily-needs items, however, can be purchased … Read more

Pill Packing Pointers

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When heading out on holiday, there are some very important practices for packing prescription and over-the-counter pills, capsules, supplements or solutions, that you should know about. All Travel Experts Agree that it is Important To: Pack enough of them to … Read more

In-Flight Supplies and Sustenance

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Especially when traveling abroad, it’s important to pack an In-Flight Needs bag containing items that will keep you comfortable – and healthy. Additionally, airline meals and snacks are rarely plentiful these days, and often are not free. Savvy sojourners pack … Read more

Travel Documents and Baggage ID

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Savvy sojourners know to stash photocopies of all important personal identification and travel-related documents somewhere within their luggage. This practice assists with obtaining replacements if any of your original documents become lost or stolen while enjoying your holiday. Additionally, there … Read more

Baggage Security Tips

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The first time I saw someone’s underwear traveling around a baggage claim turnstile—along with other contents from a zipper compartment that had opened during transport—I vowed to never use external zipper compartments to store anything, unless they could be securely … Read more

First Things First

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When preparing to travel inside or outside your home country, begin by going to your country’s Governmental Transportation Security Authority website, and become familiar with the rules and regulations related to traveling via planes, trains, or whatever. For instance: Those … Read more