Travel Kits You Always ForgotTravel25 July 2018
By Caroline Giovanie
Tis’ the season when everyone is either travelling somewhere or planning to soon. While you can get easily distracted with what you’re going to do when you’re there, it’s important to plan on what you’re going to bring.
Here, we have made a list of things you need to pack but you probably don’t (you should have, however).
This is probably something that seems unnecessary but is actually crucial when you’re in an emergency. The key to storing this extra cash is keeping it in unorthodox places to avoid robbery– in your shoes, makeup bag, anywhere that you’re going to remember but can easily access when you’re on the go.
TOILETRIES BAG IN YOUR CARRY-ON
When travelling, you want to be as fresh as possible – particularly during long flights. This is why everyone should always have a toiletries bag with them. Keep your toothbrush, a mini toothpaste bottle, face wipes, and a face mist to keep your skin hydrated. Sulwhasoo Hydro-aid Moisturizing Soothing Mist should not go too far from your reach during change of weather and air conditioner exposure.
FIRST AID KIT
You never know what’s going to happen when you’re in a new place (or even a place you’ve been to before), so it’s always safe to pack a practical First Aid kit in your luggage in case someone gets sick or injured. Things like band aids, pain killers, and antihistamine will prove to be very handy when you find yourself needing them.
This is not something that is as forgotten as the others, but just in case it is, bring your adapters! The last thing you want in your trip is an uncharged phone or camera.
They are actual life-saver. Never try to leave a pair of slippers in your hotel room unless you love all the cramps you have after all-day walking on pump shoes. If they don’t look fashionable enough for your trip, you can experiment with espadrilles, gladiators, or slippers.
PHOTOS courtesy of Elite Daily, Perpetually Chic, Gap Year Travel Store