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Getting Ready To Travel? Here's Some General Packing Tips To Help You...
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Getting Ready To Travel? Here's Some General Packing Tips To Help You...
Getting Ready To Travel? Here's Some General Packing Tips To Help You...
Getting Ready To Travel? Here's Some General Packing Tips To Help You...
Getting Ready To Travel? Here's Some General Packing Tips To Help You...
Getting Ready To Travel? Here's Some General Packing Tips To Help You...
Getting Ready To Travel? Here's Some General Packing Tips To Help You...
Getting Ready To Travel? Here's Some General Packing Tips To Help You...
Getting Ready To Travel? Here's Some General Packing Tips To Help You...
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Getting Ready To Travel? Here's Some General Packing Tips To Help You...

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General Packing Tips …

General Packing Tips
- Pack heavy items, such as shoes and toiletry kits, before the more delicate ones. Place them along the suitcase's spine to balance weight at the bottom.
- To reduce wrinkling, turn jackets inside out and fold them in half with tissue paper or dry-cleaning bags. Layering plastic bags or tissue between clothes also helps prevent wrinkles.
- Hang clothing in the bathroom while showering to steam out wrinkles.
- Line the bottom of your suitcase with your trousers and let the legs hang over the outside edge of the suitcase. Then pack the rest of your travel gear with the lighter materials on top. Wrap trouser legs over the pile; they'll keep their crease.
- Stuff socks and rolled-up belts into shoes to save space.
- Take along plastic bags for laundry or wet swimsuits.
- Bring an empty, soft bag for souvenirs.

For carrying money and important documents
Fanny Pack
Purse
Money Belt
Wallet
Security pouch for valuable documents
Money and Important Documents

Cash/ATM Card

Traveler's Checks
Credit Cards
Travel Insurance Plan Documents
Driver's License
ID Card
Passport
Vaccination Certificate
Visas
Tickets/Itinerary
Airline
Bus/Train
Cruise Ship
Theatre
Tours/Excursions
Clothing
Belt
Hat
Shirts
Shorts
Suit & Tie
Dress/Skirt
Pants
T-shirts
Bungee Cords/Rubber Bands
Extra Glasses/Contact Lenses
Shoes/Sandals
Socks
Swim Suit
Underwear
Clothing for Cold Weather
Boots
Gloves
Sweater
Winter Hat
Winter Jacket
Silk or other long underpants, t-shirts, or camisoles
Health & Hygeine
Antacid/Laxatives
Aspirin/Pain Relievers
Dental Floss
Deodorant
Faminine Hygeine
First Aid Kit
Hair Brush/Comb
Insect Repellent
Lip Balm
Moisturizer
Sun Screen
Vitamins
Motion Sickness Tablets
Water Purifying Tablets
Toothbrush & Toothpaste
Shampoo & Conditioner
Allergy Pills (Antihistamines)
Swiss Army Knife (Pack in suitcase, not in carry-on)
Nail Clipper (Pack in suitcase, not in carry-on)
Shaving Equipment (Disposable razors OK for carry-on)
Hairspray and other styling products
Books
Guidebook
Phrasebook
Magazine
Novel
Miscellaneous
Wireless Traveler Cell Phone or SIM Card
Backpack
Batteries
Binoculars
Compass
Flashlight
Handkerchief
Maps/GPS
Passport Pictures
Photo Equipment
Plastic Bags
Raincoat
Sunglasses
Umbrella
Wall Socket Adapter
Watch
Ipod/MP3 Player/Portable CD Player/Cassette Player

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  • 1. - Pack heavy items, such as shoes and toiletry kits, before the more delicate ones. Place them along the suitcase's spine to balance weight at the bottom. - To reduce wrinkling, turn jackets inside out and fold them in half with tissue paper or dry-cleaning bags. Layering plastic bags or tissue between clothes also helps prevent wrinkles. - Hang clothing in the bathroom while showering to steam out wrinkles. - Line the bottom of your suitcase with your trousers and let the legs hang over the outside edge of the suitcase. Then pack the rest of your travel gear with the lighter materials on top. Wrap trouser legs over the pile; they'll keep their crease. - Stuff socks and rolled-up belts into shoes to save space. - Take along plastic bags for laundry or wet swimsuits. - Bring an empty, soft bag for souvenirs.
  • 2.  For carrying money and important documents Fanny Pack Purse Money Belt Wallet Security pouch for valuable documents
  • 3.  Money and Important Documents Cash/ATM Card Traveler's Checks Credit Cards Travel Insurance Plan Documents Driver's License ID Card Passport Vaccination Certificate Visas
  • 4.  Tickets/Itinerary Airline Bus/Train Cruise Ship Theatre Tours/Excursions
  • 5.  Clothing Belt, Hat,Shirts Shorts/Underwear Suit & Tie Dress/Skirt Pants T-shirts Bungee Cords/Rubber Bands/ Shoes/Sandals Socks Swim Suit Extra Glasses/Contact Lenses
  • 6.  Clothing for Cold Weather Boots Gloves Sweater Winter Hat Winter Jacket Silk or other long underpants, t-shirts, or camisoles
  • 7.  Health & Hygiene Antacid/Laxatives ,Aspirin/Pain Relievers, Dental Floss, Deodorant Feminine Hygiene First Aid Kit Hair Brush/Comb Insect Repellent Lip Balm Moisturizer Sun Screen, Vitamins Motion Sickness Tablets, Water Purifying Tablets Toothbrush & Toothpaste, Shampoo & Conditioner Allergy Pills (Antihistamines) Swiss Army Knife (Pack in suitcase, not in carry-on) Nail Clipper (Pack in suitcase, not in carry-on) Shaving Equipment (Disposable razors OK for carry-on) Hairspray and other styling products
  • 8.  Books Guidebook Phrasebook Magazine Novel
  • 9.  Miscellaneous Wireless Traveler Cell Phone or SIM Card Backpack, Batteries, Binoculars, Compass Flashlight, Handkerchief Maps/GPS, Passport Pictures Photo Equipment, Plastic Bags Raincoat, Sunglasses Umbrella Wall Socket Adapter Watch IPod/MP3 Player/Portable CD Player/Cassette Player
  • 10. We Hope You Enjoyed This General Packing Tips From Your Friends At YourVacationDeal.Com

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