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Write Down Important Details In A Diary
We live in a world run by gadgets and technology. We depend on our phones and laptops for so many different things. I remember on this one trip, I backed up all the necessary details of my hotel and cab on my phone. As soon as I boarded my flight, my phone started acting weird. I lost all my juice within minutes and my phone was refusing to start. I remember being frantic because I had all my important details on my phone and I had not bothered to write it down in my diary, thinking that nothing can go wrong. How wrong I was! Writing important things down on a diary ensure you will never lose vital information and always, always remember this travel tip.
Pack Light Travel Towels
I know you want the softest of towels, but let’s be honest with ourselves, they add a lot of weight! Instead carry travel towels. They are lighter and dry much faster too. You also won’t need to use the hotel towels and will be saving up on a lot of water.
Always Carry A Pair Of Flip Flops
This is a handy tip especially when you are staying at hostels or places with shared toilets. You’ll thank yourself later for practicing your personal hygiene even when your travelling.
Make A Checklist And Back Your
This was one of the important things I would never do. I would pack a few hours before my flight left and end up travelling without a number of key essentials. On some days I’ve forgotten my tooth brush, on others my comb, my chargers and sweat shirts! Having a checklist helps you keep note of what you need to pack. Start this early so you can keep adding things to your list and won’t end up forgetting things. Packing a day in advance will give you enough time to pack the things you would otherwise have forgotten.
Carry A Large Plastic Bag For Washing Clothes
This is my favorite travel tip, especially when I’m travelling to remote places. I like to carry a huge 2-3-foot-long plastic bag so that I can convert it as a bucket to wash my clothes in. This comes in handy when your travelling to remote places and don’t have access to a proper bathroom or place to wash your clothes.