17 Accessories You Can’t Leave Without

When we are getting things ready to go on our next vacation we normally pack the essentials but there are some accessories that you can’t leave your home without, here are some:

1. Hand Bag:

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These are the small bags where you keep what’s going to be immediately used or delicate things and are especially helpful in airports.

2. Waterproof wallet:

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These are special wallets made to avoid that your money and important documents get wet.

3. Plug adapters:

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What these tiny devices will allow your chargers to fit into the outlet.

4. Insect Repellent

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It can be a cream or a spray which after applying over the body will keep unwanted bugs away from you.

5. Maps:

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These pieces of paper will help you figure out where you are and where you are going, so you never get lost.

6. First aid kit

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This is a small bag or case where you will keep basic things such as cure bands and cotton balls that might be useful in case of an emergency.

7. Ear plugs:

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These tiny devices that you put into your ears are very useful when traveling by plane specially if you are on a noisy plane and want to get some sleep.

8. Personal care kit:

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This is a small case where basic toiletry things like a toothbrush, a razor and tweezers are kept.

9. Waterproof case:

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When traveling it is always recommended to carry waterproof cases, because you know that things happen and who wants to get its luggage all wet.

10. Passport holder:

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This is a small device where you keep your passport to protect it.

11. Emergency chargers:

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They are very small and will be very helpful if you need to recharge your  camera or cell phone and you are nowhere close to an outlet.

12. Language translator:

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These are tiny pieces of technology that have the size of a cell phone and can translate words and phrases form and to another language.

13. Guide book:

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These books have a lot of helpful information for travelers such as good touristic places and restaurants.

14. Travel laundry bag:

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This is a must have, a big waterproof laundry bag is something every traveler must have to avoid having their clean and dirty clothes mixed up.

15. Waist pack or Money belt:

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These are very useful devices that you can wear on your waist to have a full control of where is your money.

16. Luggage locks:

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These are small yet strong combination locks that you can put in the zippers of your cases, this way they won’t be opened by thieves in the airport.

17. Wrinkle remover:

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They can be small steamers or sprays and they take off the wrinkles that you clothes will get when traveling.

Another accessory that you can’t forget when you’re going abroad is your watch. If you wanted to jazz up your watch before you go away, purchasing a watch strap from Paul Twice would be the perfect way to do just that.

About Marina Villatoro

Marina Kuperman Villatoro CEO of TravelExperta.com, a travel resource site to inspire families to travel with kids of all ages. Marina has been an expat 20+ years in Central America raising 2 boys in a multicultural, trilingual household. She travels all over the world with her family to give first hand experiences of where to eat, stay and play with kids. Needless to say, it’s never boring! Join Marina on Facebook and Twitter for more unique and boutique family travel!

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