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Traveling with hand baggage only, I have a 7kg-sack. So, the next trip to Myanmar, I'll just keep these things at home: AC adapter: I have not equipped all of our rooms with at least one outlet suitable for several connector styles - even the Aussie one for my telephone.
I am sure that even if the room had none, the resort would have been able to provide me with a powerboard suitable for all connector styles, as they are easily available in Myanmar. Hand towel - I only had a small one with me, but it was not necessary, as every room we were staying in was equipped with handcloths.
However, I used the facial washing machine I bought, as it was only delivered to a few of my guests. It was rare to use, but my man was ill for several nights and we had to leave during this period, so we ran out of food. The next one I' ll buy in Myanmar when I need it.
But Myanmar's drought is really, really arid and very powdery, so the whites didn't remain whites for long. The laundry is relatively costly and the manual laundry of this household linen was bothersome. Toiletries - I found that the shampoos delivered to the hotel were reasonably fine (as we didn't spend the night in top hotels), so I really didn't need to take my own.
Literature - Usually I only bring one of my own for reading and then to exchange or give away when I buy another literature, but it was not so simple to find British literature in Myanmar (or at least outside Yangon). The Mandalay Monument School had a very restricted choice and the Mandalay Nights market had many old fiction, but only old ones in England.
I' ve never possessed a AC adapter before. I' m always traveling with a towel because of the disgusting pillow. Never go with a bar of bar of soap that you can buy anywhere in disposable packaging. Whenever I take the bar from my guest house (if available), because I use it to rinse my outfits.
There'?s no need to mail things to a dry-cleaning company, and sometimes things go missing. Neither do I have a mobile telephone, nor do I have my own set of textbooks. They can buy them there for a few pennies, but I wear mine from Japan or Cambodia. On the opposite side of the rice range - that's why M-n and I have a great equilibrium of experience.
Ultimate tonnes of material we never used and our entire hold baggage for 2 was an overall weight of 45-k (and 3 cases of charities that weigh 19k) plus 3 H? bags, which is 2-8k. As always, Frau's SS has never used half her clothing and consists of a hairdryer and boiler wherever she goes - even hiking in Bhutan!
We' ll never study, but now plan our next journey for later this year, but I doubts we'll ever be traveling lights - we really envire you. hs I'm on a boy golf week-end in Spain in June and plan to have only a tenk H? baggage - I recount, although if I'm succesful, I' m doubtful Mrs SS will ever handle it.
Washing T-shirts and lingerie in the showers every single night with soapy water and hair care products, 4 is for a few nights, if not possible, because the trip will not wither. I' m taking an old-fashioned piece of lingerie cleaner and buying more in Myanmar. There was no need for a towel or mains adapter and most places had shampoos.
We' re just taking a little in case. E-books are great for the trip. We' ve only seen this outlet in one of our hotels/guesthouses. Guy who owns it said it was the lowest cost electricity available, which is why he had it. I' m not making moisturizers or shampoo for my family.
The last one I came back with just a couple of boots and an unwrapped suit, so I was very happy with myself. Don't even own a travelling boiler and irons to take them! I' ve seen M-n's tip to take a cobblestone before on this forums, and I would indorse that as it has been one of the Items we' always take when we do the kind of journey where the only legwear I'm likely to need is flip-flops plus my tevas.
âThis isnât so much because I donât anticipate finding pools of cloths as much as one cloth has other uses, as already said. I don't like to do without a kind of mains adapter or multi-point, because we usually have to recharge different permutations of 2 smart phones, an iPad, a shaver and a camcorder, always in the evenings after a single night on the road.
Since we' re going to make a barrel of Tempelhüpfen, we'll probably need more long-sleeved and long-legged everyday objects than usually, so I'm currently looking for such things in the charities, as there are no really easy and appropriate things to be found in regular businesses at this season.
Loperamid or Imodium is what I use as a last remedy and ONLY as a last remedy. I' ve only had to use it once before and it was when I wanted to take a long coach ride. I' m not avid to go pop prescribing medis and only take them when I really believe they are dead necessary.
and was glad to spotlight (torch, flashlight.....) - blackouts, examination of the interiors of poorly illuminated Bagan-tempples, illumination street walk to the hospitality, even illumination way to the bath in the hospitality room, without having to dazzling total fluorescing-lights.