Leave scanned copies of your passport, travellers cheque numbers and insurance details with a trusted person who can assist you if the need arises. Be sure to carry a spare copy in your luggage as well.
The standard ones have rope border and tails for secure tying. Some are designed to hold goods with very funny shapes and hence require no tying. The ones you choose will depend on your needs. Mesh size is also a determinant on their usage. Obviously, small meshes are better suited for securing small goods.
It’s a good idea to get your currency in advance too. Depending on where you’re going, it might take a few days for your currency to arrive, so you don’t want to leave it too late. If you’re travelling to somewhere in Europe, or America, you can sort out your currency at the airport.
Pack your socks and underwear into separate mesh laundry bags. This will allow you to gain easy access to these every day items without having to disrupt your suitcase too much.
When you intend on walking, you’ll want to bring a stroller and carrier. Check with the airline in advance if it has to be checked in, or if you can take it as hand snappy tags, usually it will be the former for a stroller. If you plan on driving, bring your own car seat as rental companies will not always have them available and they might not always have recent models which are up to current safety standards.
Next up we see Ali landing in Tahiti. Her first date is with Roberto and she is psyched. Ali and Roberto take a helicopter ride over Le Taha’a. Destination? A heart-shaped island. Really.
Should your child be taking any medicine, don’t forget to put in the bag. You might also want to pack medication at the child is previously received or check with your pediatrician. What medication you should take in case something occurs.