Happy Tuesday everyone!
I am glad that Jeanny is able to participate with me. Thanks Jeanny! Here's the things she is sharing about the travel topic. The title of her entry is SUMMER FUN. Tara silipin natin ang mga gamit niya.
And these are the things I bring on travels and trips.
I always bring a bag that contains personal grooming such as clear shampoo, jergens lotion, soap, bench cologne(i_sport), colgate toothpaste, hair coat, facial cleansing but I don't bring comb. I have a very short hair. Inside the red bag are my inner wear clothes and a pair of shirts good for 2 days and 1 night. I can only spend a weekend vacation. The longer is 3 days and two nights since I have work on weekadays. I usally spend vacation out of town. The farthest trip I had was in Dumaguete and at the same time the shortest trip. I spent less than 24 hours there. We arrived at 3 pm and went home the other day at 10 am. I enjoyed my vacation in Boracay for the first time but not in the second time around. I never been in Manila yet (hindi pa nga ako nakasakay ng eroplano. lol).
I prepare my things a night before my travel. I double check the important things like my wallet, cellphone and its charger, I always bring coin purse (No need to get my other wallet from time to time. I keep it inside this small sling bag for safety. Burara kasi ako minsan. Usually, I can't sleep at night before the trip because of excitement (and I can't sleep the first night on my vacation because of paninibago). I bring extra cash rather than credit card and atm card. It is because I usually go out of town. I always see to it that I bring my camera and 2 pairs of reserved batteries. That pink cellphone pouch was given by a friend. I don't like its color (same color of my mobile phone) but I appreciate the way it is given and the giver herself.
I am ready to go.
And I always go home with some souvenir items usually souvenir shirts and other stuff that the place is known for. That shirt on the right below is a souvenir item from Dumaguete and on the left is the art I made using Boracay white sand.
Thanks for reading. And thank you to Jeanny for sharing her travel tips and experience. See you next week!