How To Pack For An One Day Trip

A one day trip. Just go away for a day and relax, don’t think about work or school. It’s like a dream or even heaven. Don’t think about problems or the fight with your uncle. But the one and only obstacle is: what do you pack with me?

There are some questions to think about.

  • How much luggage can you take? Some airlines only allow 8kg, the most 10kg. But maybe you aren’t travelling by air? Then disregard this question.
  • What are important items you just can’t forget. Like you medicine, passport, camera and/or phone.
  • Can you walk around with a heavy bag? You don’t have a hotel or a place to place your baggage and then leave it. So think about how much you can carry.

Make checklists.

Have you got an awnser to these questions? Great, then we can move on.
So you don’t want to arrive in Spain and then trow everything out cause you forgot your powerbank. So I recommend making a checklist. It can be really simple but for some it is a bit hard. Don’t worry it isn’t the end of your trip! I’ve made a checklist for a one day trip. You can always change it cause it’s a list I made and doesn’t mean you need to copy it. If you want to do that? Be my guest!

  • Phone
  • Powerbank
  • Camera
  • Earpods
  • Phone charger
  • Keys
  • Notebook
  • Boardingpass
  • Passport
  • Identification
  • Travel Insurance
  • Extra pair of socks
  • Wallet

The right backpack.

So another tip is to pack as light as possible. You may buy some things while away as a memory. So use a light backpack. One I can recommend is the Mark Ryden Mochassio. A anti-theft, great quality backpack for travel. Only downside is the price of around $60.

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