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For some, leaving home for a holiday is a simple affair, but for others it feels as though it is a major project with complex pre-planning. No matter how easy or complex your holiday plans are, there ...

For some, leaving home for a holiday is a simple affair, but for others it feels as though it is a major project with complex pre-planning. No matter how easy or complex your holiday plans are, there are certain items that you should never leave home without. You have got to pack your passport, air tickets, travelers’ cheques or other forms of cash without fail. But have you thought of what other items you shouldn’t leave home without? See the real travelers comments from Roomsnet.com Travel Community

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    • Packing List for Your Next Holiday Real Answers from Real Travelers
    • By – Caoimhe Nurofen, Motilium, Plug adapter, camera, Camera & Phone chargers Good Book! IPod By - Mary Burton You should always remember to take enough medication with you. Preferably more than enough in case of delays. Bring prescription glasses and contacts and enough cleaning solutions. Also, have enough knowledge of the language to get by in case of any problems By - Wendy Falcus Travel plug - vital for all appliances no matter where in the world you are of any problems By - David Tomlinson Never travel without your European Health Insurance Card, no matter how comprehensive you THINK your travel insurance to be; this card not only allows you access to free medical care in all member states but acts as a form of ID and contains on the reverse the ‘phone numbers and web sites for the NHS and Government advice for travellers. In the same vein, take along your usual preferred ‘pain killers’ ie paracetomol or ibuprofen, theses over the counter remedies are very cheap in UK supermarkets BUT very expensive in countries like Spain and Portugal. If like me, your spectacles are a necessity, keep your options covered. E mail your spectacle prescription to yourself and leave it on file. If an accident occurs to your glasses your prescription is available from any computer. Click here to see more answers