What to pack your luggage


This is what I believe are essential for any traveler / backpacker. These are the items I used in my past trips and I have served well.


The first most obvious thing for any traveler to decide is whether to use a backpack or suitcase. During my first solo trip experience in South Asia, Korea and Japan, I went with a backpack. For the under 50s, I bought a 55-liter Eurohike backpack with a rain cover, which proved very useful during the monsoon season. The package was opened, not really offered much security. So I bought a particular case of transit to put my backpack on and made insurance against theft backpack but also did that airport transport bands. He had heard that the carriers at the airports sometimes broke clips backpacks if they were not properly secured, and that some airlines would not even have backpacks on their aircraft because they were a threat to the security. In fact, I lost my backpack during my travels, and I had to resort to wrapping my backpack in black paper bags and duct tape to avoid airport-capturing carrier clips. The backpack was comfortable with a very nice padded padding. However, I realized that my trip went in the package was a little too big. I had read that many smaller sites and light your parcel will be more comfortable your trip. This is so true. It is not only how light is forfeited to transport you but also practical reasons like traveling on trains and metros filled with a giant closet in the back. The backpack was incredibly boring on a busy metro journey, and he did not know if and how much he was, bumping into people – but I’m sure it was definitely! However, it was great to have your hands free when needed to pay for tickets and also carry bags and bottles of water.


On my second trip to Japan, I decided to leave the backpack and travel with a medium size suitcase. I was traveling for 3 weeks and had planned to move around the country a bit. I was worried about the condition of the wheels of the suitcase at the end of the trip, but overall I prefer the comfort of a nice suitcase. Suitcase making use of his arms, but relieves your back. I found again and again that my backpack was becoming too heavy and cumbersome for long journeys; A suitcase, for its part, makes a pleasure walk. Trying to find your hotel in wet conditions and busy Bangkok with its giant backpack is not a pleasant experience. However, climbing the stairs is a pain with a suitcase, but with a backpack is a breeze. This may be important to you as it is best to travel through a Japanese city (and many other Asian cities) through the metro system, and sometimes huge stairs leading to the platforms. The final conclusion is that a suitcase makes you more professional and professional; A backpack that makes you easily identifiable as a traveler or a tourist, and you stand out more. If I entered a hotel with my backpack, I would not be the same service as if I were traveling with a suitcase. I think backpackers have a bad reputation in some countries, as backpackers tend to be the younger ones who are more likely to be rude behavior because some steam stops after graduating from college.