With research, advice from SAS alumni, and personal experience aboard the MV Explorer, I have compiled the ultimate Semester at Sea packing list for any woman planning to go.
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Chile is a South American country with a diverse and expansive landscape and many climates. Packing is tough! In this packing list for Chile, Yvonne gives us her best tips.
Tammy’s been living on a sailboat for 4 years, so we consider her a bit of an expert when it comes to a packing list for a Caribbean bareboat charter.
Jentl Van Gossem is currently spending a year in Xi’an and shows us how to pack for study abroad in China. Note: jumpsuits are bad for squat toilets.
It’s a long 211 mile hike. Find out Kathleen’s ultimate female packing list for a John Muir Trail thru-hike in this post on Her Packing List.
Jo Castro informs us all on what to wear and pack for a day hike. And she also shows us that a positive attitude should also be on the list.
Day 5 of our 30 Days project helps you to prepare your packing list. Our task today will be to write down all the things we think we need, and then cross off and pare down.
Barcelona in the fall and winter is most often cold. It’s not frigid, freeze-your-fingers-off weather like in parts of Northern and Eastern Europe, but it’s not a warm winter escape, either. Don’t be fooled by the sunshine and palm trees, you’ll need to cover up to stay warm.
When you don’t have to carry all of the necessities on your back when going camping, you have a lot more versatility in what you can pack. Campervan and car camping are popular throughout Europe, New Zealand and Australia.
The things that make Myanmar irresistible to travelers like myself are also the things that make it difficult to travel to. There are virtually no overseas banking systems or online booking software. I’m not certain if this piece is to be considered an advice article or a cautionary tale, but I’ll try my best to cover both.