While it took me entirely too long to learn my lesson, I’m glad to have developed the right system for me when it comes to packing, unpacking and repacking on the road.
I’ve had to learn the hard way about packing for trips that may entail more than one climate.
Before I left home to teach English for a year in Thailand, I did my research. I felt so prepared as I made my initial packing list, edited it many times, and checked off what was going in my bags.
Do you sometimes find things in your backpack you don’t remember packing? Do you have things in your luggage you don’t end up wearing? You’re not alone.
With ATMs and credit cards working all across the world, it is not uncommon to feel like you don’t need to pack emergency money when traveling. Taylor found out the hard way that this is not a good idea.
Nobody should have to change their style when they travel, but it’s all about adapting in order to create a wardrobe that’s both functional and fun. And as all travelers know, the ability to adapt is crucial.
I might be good at running a packing website because I’ve made my share of packing mistakes. My recent trip to Kyrgyzstan left me wishing I had packed one little thing.
The more you travel, the more chances you have of forgetting something on your packing list. Amy, however, has forgotten many things on her list. Check inside to read her story!
For a lady, having to squat in order to pee can be a nightmare. In a matter of minutes of walking into a restroom to discover that only a hole in the ground is waiting for you in the stall, your mind starts racing with questions, questions, questions. Where do I put my feet? Will […]