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How make your luggage?

Everyone before his own departure have a lot of questions. What I need…How’s the weather like…What type of food can I find…Anyway the first thing that you must do is your luggage!

How make a good suitcase?

  1. Make a packing list of the things that you need for your travel! Passport? Check. Toothbrush? Check. Sunscreen? Check.
  2. Put all the cloths that you need on the bed! At this point the weather that you’ll find is very important!
  3. The first thing that you have to put in to your luggage are the bigger one. For example you can start with your shoes.
  4. When you have finished you must check the weight of your suitcase!! In a lot of circumstances, if you take a plane, you will have a maxinum weight.

How to pack gadgets

How do you usually organise all of your electronics, cables, those fiddly bits that take you ages to dig out at security? Stuff them in like the rest of us? Well, if you want to organise your packing then get yourself a stash of ziplock bags. Phone charger, camera charger, adaptors, headphones – take extra plastic bags (the same ones you’d use for hand luggage liquids) and use them to store electrical items, things for the journey home (house keys, parking ticket and car keys), medication and other loose accessories.

How to pack books

Whether it’s that steamy romance novel, thrilling sci-fi, or a dog-eared travel guide, download it before your trip. Even if at home you’re a paper-til-I-die sort, save the space and weight for your holiday.  And don’t count on wi-fi to jump back into the story from your perfectly positioned beach chair.  Make sure it’s on a water-resistent covered device.

Spruce up your suitcase

Don’t be faced with an airport baggage carousel crisis where you’re searching for your luggage amidst its identical neighbours. Label your suitcase with luggage tags and give it a bit of a makeover to help spot it in the crowd. Decorate it with ribbons, stickers or even colourful shoelaces so it’s instantly recognisable. 

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