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3. Don’t Think Just In Clothes
Try to leave space for essential items apart from your favourite clothes and shoes. If you have a checked in luggage you can pack scissors and other sharp bathroom accessories, but when you have only a carry on bag, try to avoid these if you don’t want to say goodbye to them at the security check. Always have a pen and a small notebook with you if you need to write down something, like the address of a restaurant or bar recommended by someone sitting next to you, or when taking international flights, as you’ll be asked to fill in the custom forms. Clothes freshener spray is also a good idea if you run out of clothes by the end of your trip and doing laundry is not an option.