11 Things Travelers Forget To Bring On Vacation (And 9 Things You Don’t Need)

| July 29, 2018

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This might be the most stressful part of a trip; what to bring and what not to bring? If this debate constantly takes place year after year, then you have come to the right place. In this article we discuss items travelers tend to forget about while shedding a light on packed items a traveler just doesn’t need. Among the forgotten-about items are beach bags and first aid kits, along with other essentials you need to make a priority for the next trip. On the flip side we’ll discuss those items that just aren’t needed. Such items might take up too much room in a suitcase (like one too many pairs of shoes). We’ll also discuss items that can easily be stolen or lost. It might be best to leave those behind for your next trip.

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