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Post Curacao in Feb.
on: January 14, 2014, 20:16
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I started to make a packing list for a week in Curacao next month, and it looked suspiciously like my packing list for Mitteleuropa last summer.

The similarity was enough to make me stop and consider whether I had thought this through properly. But the reality is that (a) most of the items on the list would be the same for any trip whatsoever, and (b) both trips would have mostly warm weather, but with some cold days.

This time I'm taking a real camera. I found that it was nearly impossible to use a phone-like device as a camera in sunlight, because I couldn't see the screen.

I'll post the list in a later message.

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Post Re: Curacao in Feb.
on: September 3, 2016, 15:09
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A blizzard made it impossible to get out of here in February 2014, and I didn't make the Curacao trip until March 2016. Here's the packing list:
Wear/Carry
Torrentshell parka (snacks in pockets)
Ascent packaway vest
Long-sleeved sport shirt (light blue)
Charcoal trousers
Metal-free belt
Quick-dry undershirt and regular shorts
Smartwool socks
Handkerchief
Airline ticket & passport
Leather shoes (black)
Glasses

Guide Bag
Tracfone & cable
iPad mini, cable, & charger
Camera
Prescription medicines for 1 week
Small quantity lactase, acetaminophen, ibuprofen
Pocket toothbrush & Listerine strips
Travel wallet
Wristwatch
Comb
Money belt (belt-pocket type – cash, credit card, debit card, driver’s license)
House & car keys
Antibacterial wipes
Small blank notebook & ballpoint pen
Hotel & car reservations
Photocopy of passport
Emergency contact list

Kippie Bag (in outer pocket of Weekender)
Shaving oil & aftershave lotion
Toothpaste
Part-used tubes of triple antibiotic ointment & hydrocortisone ointment
2 oz. liquid Tide, TideToGo
Sunscreen (3 oz.)
Hand cream (1 oz.)
Decongestant nasal spray
Steroid nasal spray

eTech Weekender
Kippie bag
Walking shoes
Leather belt
Microfiber socks
No-show socks x2
Polyester trousers (tan)
Shorts (tan)
Short-sleeved sport shirt (blue stripe)
Short-sleeved sport shirt (tan)
Long-sleeved sport shirt (blue)
(shirts in Sea-to-Summit ultralight folder)
Quick-dry undershirt x2 and shorts x3
Handkerchiefs x2
Baseball cap
Prescription medicines & vitamins for 1 week
Insect repellent packets
OTC medicines (Pepto-Bismol tablets, loperamide, diphenhydramine, lactase)
Extra glasses
Sunglasses
Map
Travel router
Toilet kit (toothbrush, dental floss, razor, extra blades, styptic pencil, deodorant, adhesive bandages, tweezers, small scissors, nail clipper, tissues, sunscreen stick)
Inflatable hanger x2, plastic hanger with clips, pack towel, sink stopper
Washcloth
Collapsible water bottle x2
Spork & X-Cup
Business cards
Spare ballpoint pen
AA batteries x2
Emergency credit card
Photocopy of passport
Hotel & car reservations
Travelling Light sling bag

The iPad mini was necessary because I had a work-related conference with software that wouldn't run on the phone I had then.

There were only about two things I packed but never used: the sling bag, because I did no shopping and no day trips where I needed to carry lunch, and the travel router. I take the router when it's unclear whether a hotel has wireless or wired internet; this time the hotel's own description said wired, but it had been changed to wireless.

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