5 Things to ALWAYS Pack in Your Carry On

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5 things to always pack

Here are 5 things to ALWAYS pack in your carry on or suitcase for any trip!

We all have our favorite traveling outfit, traveling music list, and a good book to read. But the following 5 items are things to always pack! Don’t forget them!

Flashlight

You never know when you might need one. Reading on the plane, reading a map, or finding your way around your hotel room so you don’t wake someone up. If the electricity goes out in the place you are staying–you will be glad you have a flashlight. Don’t forget to check the batteries!

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Extra socks

You never know when you might be cold or wet, or both!!

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First aid kit

Sometimes help does not come immediately. Also, you don’t want to be searching around for a band aid in a foreign town, bleeding all over yourself.things to always pack

Empty water bottle

Water is a necessity to life, but it shouldn’t have to be necessary to spend several dollars at a restaurant or store to wet your whistle. Many restaurants in European cities charge for water. Bring your own and save a lot of money.

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Extra copies of your papers

It’s a great idea to have copies of your passport, visa, birth certificate, and driver’s license/ID. Just in case you lose them. It can be tricky to recover these documents in a foreign country. Copies will make your life easier. Don’t pack them in the same place as the originals.

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Now you know the 5 essential things to always pack.

What are some items that you never leave home without for a trip?

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