What 3 'unnecessary' items could you not leave home without?
But, if you had to be mean and remove everything bar the minimum amount of clothing necessary (which would be a whole new topic in its own right) and your passport, small washkit, and first aid kit - what 3 items could you NOT bear to leave at home or travel without? And why?
A special photo? A penknife? Wooly knitted monkey? Camera? A certain food - a taste of something familiar if you are ever at a low ebb?
No matter how ridiculous or quirky they may be perceived to be by others, what are your top 3? After all, some may scoff, but then maybe they are missing out on something! Enlighten us!
And I must say, it's quite unsettling...
Keep sendin 'em in, people!
i don't usually need all that extra stuff.
bottle of ciproflaxin
2) Playing cards.
3) This isn't going to be a popular choice, but... my travel-size hair straightener. I have horrific hair (very curly, which gets frizzier as the day goes on) and it actually significantly cuts down on the total amount of effort I need to put into making myself halfway presentable.
ItÂ´s the same farking pack since the nineties. Only opened that one time!
I bring a jackknife all the time. Never use it. Have the leatherman.
I donÂ´t have a third...Though, I guess I brought a Spork this time and I donÂ´t know that I really need an indestructible Spork. Though it maybe could save my life one day.
-a guide w/ restaurants, events to read on the plane and use as a reference/ideas, but not as a an actual 'guide'
-lip balm/chap stick, whatever you call it. climate changes always make me chappy
To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries.
* Paper/pencil (Does that count as two?)
*Something to read
All the rest, pish.
'It involved a squirrel, a dryer and a Scotsman doing the Haka in my kitchen.' - La Rosser.
also, Pepto Bismal.
and.... I guess who goes travelling without a camera? I figured that was a given.
3. Hopi Flute.
I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel's sake. The great affair is to move.
~Robert Louis Stevenson
Hopi Flute....now thatÂ´s interesting.
3. Hand cream
Numbah 2 - Every time I pack I usually end up throwing in the sewing kit. It doesn't take any space and oneday it may even get used.
Numbah 3 - nail scissors and diamond file - I absolutely need to keep the talons in check, it's purely a matter of hygiene!!
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