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Travel tip #8: pack important things in clear zip bags for ease and visability.  Much easier to grab a bag of specific items than to dig through everything!

Travel tip #8: pack important things in clear zip bags for ease and visability. Much easier to grab a bag of specific items than to dig through everything!

I’ve never been a big fan of packing: my natural indecisiveness can turn picking which pair of flip-flops to bring into a life or death decision. Packing for this trip …

I’ve never been a big fan of packing: my natural indecisiveness can turn picking which pair of flip-flops to bring into a life or death decision. Packing for this trip …

Be sure to pack extra outfits in your carry-on just in case your luggage gets lost or delayed!

Be sure to pack extra outfits in your carry-on just in case your luggage gets lost or delayed!

Packing lightly... because you don't need 8 pairs of jeans for a week long trip!

Packing lightly... because you don't need 8 pairs of jeans for a week long trip!

Travel Tip #19: when checking a bag, pack some essentials in your carry-on bag.  You (or your travel companions) will thank me when you've lost your luggage and you remembered to pack a spare toothbrush, underwear, deodorant, etc in your carry-on.

Travel Tip #19: when checking a bag, pack some essentials in your carry-on bag. You (or your travel companions) will thank me when you've lost your luggage and you remembered to pack a spare toothbrush, underwear, deodorant, etc in your carry-on.

A link to a NY Times article about the best way to pack, by a stewardess: 10 Days in a Carry-On

A link to a NY Times article about the best way to pack, by a stewardess: 10 Days in a Carry-On

Travel Tip #20: pack shoes first to save space.  Pack in layers putting the lightest items towards the top.

Travel Tip #20: pack shoes first to save space. Pack in layers putting the lightest items towards the top.

Ron Akana "has worked as a flight attendant for 63 years, clocking some 20 million miles along the way, the equivalent of circling the globe about 800 times or flying roughly 40 times to the moon and back. Though no one tracks seniority across all airlines, he is widely believed to hold the title of longest-serving flight attendant in the United States."

63 Years Flying, From Glamour to Days of Gray

Ron Akana "has worked as a flight attendant for 63 years, clocking some 20 million miles along the way, the equivalent of circling the globe about 800 times or flying roughly 40 times to the moon and back. Though no one tracks seniority across all airlines, he is widely believed to hold the title of longest-serving flight attendant in the United States."

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