5-First aid travel kit
accidents happen when we expect them the least. It’s always beneficial to take with you just in case something bad happens, it’s small and it won’t cost you anything taking it with you. The kit should include painkillers, aspirin, cold medications, or prescription and some other indispensable medication. Traveling safely is always better than sacrificing comfort for safety.
Little tip: If you take medication daily you should put a reminder on your phone. We tend to forget to take our pills as soon as we start chilling.
pack enough underwear for your trip, and a Casual outfits, night out outfits, sweater or jacket, pajamas, swimwear, belt, coat, hat, gloves, scarf, trainers, flip flaps or sandals, socks and don’t forget packing enough (or more than enough) underwear.
When it comes to clothes, what you take with you depends on how long you’re staying and it depends as well on the season you’re going in and on your destination.
Little tip: take an empty small bag or packing cube to put your dirty laundry in it to separate it from your clean wears.