Your travel packing checklist for: A female flying to: Austria, Germany, Ireland, Norway, United Kingdom. Expected weather: cold/rainy. Accommodation: Hostel / guesthouse. Planned activities: Backpacking, Hiking.

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    • Travel preparation

    • Some countries requires that your passport has at least 6 months validity left.
    • Reconfirm your flights as there may be airline schedule changes. Your return flight must be reconfirmed at your destination directly with the airline 3 days prior to your departure.
    • Make sure that your luggage has a tag with your name, address, and telephone number. Tie a colorful ribbon or attach distinctive stickers to your luggage so that you can identify it easily, and other travelers will not take it by mistake at a busy terminal.
    • Most companies offer signup and monitoring online. Getting your air miles after your trip is a pain, so better do it in advance.
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    • Home preperation

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    • Vaccinations

    • Transmitted by the bite of several species of infected ticks.
    • Recommended if you are not up-to-date with routine shots, such as measles/mumps/rubella (MMR) vaccine, diphtheria/pertussis/tetanus (DPT) vaccine, poliovirus vaccine, etc.
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    • Documents

    • Many countries demand that you have such a certificate when you enter their borders.
    • Remember to keep a close eye on the passport copy - it's a great asset if you lose the original, but can also be used to steal your identity if it gets into the wrong hands.
      If you have a web based e-mail platform, e-mailing yourself scans/copies of important documents and passport info is a great alternative to hard-copies. It's easier to access, less likely to be stolen, and guaranteed to always be on hand.
    • You may need a photo to obtain passes, permits, etc.
    • If you have any of these (AAA, Hertz, Avis, Hilton, etc.), going abroad may be a good opportunity to use them.
    • Can save you some money in Youth Hostels, trains, museums, planes, so get one if you qualify as a student.
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    • Money

    • In case all your money, or all your gear, is lost or stolen.
    • Memorize PIN codes to credit cards so that you can use them with ATM machines to get cash.
    • Where pickpockets are a problem, carry your wallet in your front trousers pocket.
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    • Tickets, reservations

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    • Bags, cases, and packing

    • Use ziplock plastic bags for any items that could leak or possibly break in transit.
    • These see-through, zip-up mesh containers keep your clothes tightly packed and well-organized.
    • It's pretty amazing how much you can put into a backpack if you do a good job. By using rubber-bands, squeeze clothes down to a minimal size.
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    • Clothes: Basics

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    • Clothes: Casual

    • Clothes: Outerwear

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    • Shoes

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    • Accessories

    • Keeps your ears warm and works as a sleeping mask as well.
    • Easily stolen, so don't bring anything too valuable.
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    • Toiletries

    • Ditch the bulky bath towel. There's only one way to go when traveling - microfiber travel towels. They dry quickly, are soft, incredibly absorbent, and roll up to take virtually no space.
    • Must be pretty sturdy. Glass may not be a good idea for some journeys.
    • Also handy for pulling out splinters
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    • Health & medications

    • Ask your doctor to provide you with a letter for any prescription medications that you are taking with you. Keep medicine in original containers, if possible.
    • If you require prescription lenses in your glasses, take a spare pair of glasses with you. There is nothing worse than having your glasses break or losing them on holiday and having no spare pair to fall back on.
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    • Laundry

    • Some hotel sinks and tubs have no stoppers. A universal sing plug which works with any size drain allows you to wash your clothes (A balled-up sock works in a pinch, too).
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    • Sleeping gear

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    • Electronics & gadgets

    • For international travel: consider unlocking your cell phone SIM card so you can use your phone there (purchase a local SIM in your destination).
    • With this adapter you and a friend can both listen to your music player at the same time
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    • Camera equipment

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    • Beach/swimming gear

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    • A small, cheap and easy to use protection weapon. Illegal in some countries.
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    • Extras & others

    • To avoid last minute gift-shopping make a list of all of the people you want to get gifts for.
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Legend:
LWhen flying: If contains more than 100ml (3.4 ounce) of liquid / gel / aerosol, can't be taken in your carry-on baggage. pack it in your checked baggage.
AWhen flying: Can't be taken in your carry-on baggage. pack it in your checked baggage.
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