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    Have used a Scottevest travel vest extensively

    http://www.scottevest.com/v3_store/T...ttevest.com%2F

    Loads of space for passports, documents, sunglasses, bits and pieces - has a dedicated ipad pocket plus a back pocket you can get a magazine/documents in. You could get away with using it as a carry on without any restrictions as per bags, I just found it really handy. Particularly when travelling with kids/family and assorted gubbins.


    It also doesn't look too bad - pretty discrete and smooth on outside as opposed to e.g a fishing vest...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim W View Post
    When I travel in Europe I always take a small travel kettle with me, some teabags, and some powdered milk.

    Very few European hotels, even the big ones have tea and coffee facilities in the room.
    If like me you need a cup of tea before you do much else, youi'll be glad you went prepared.

    Whatever though.... take English tea bags with you. Usually in the EU you find they have all sorts of tea fruit flavours, but not what we want.
    Proper tea bags...good call, I never remember to do this and no where seems to have tea like home!

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    I think my iPad is my best travel accessory. That and my Fuji XE1

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    Great earphones for travel

    Just to rekindle this thread... I bought a pair of Bose soundsport bluetooth earphones recently.

    The sound is excellent, as you'd imagine and the battery life is good. Whats a cool addition, is the carry case (about 3.5" x 2.5') has a small battery and lead fitted inside - so if your earphones run out of power, for example on a long haul flight - you can charge them in the case, whilst enjoying your meal and then, hey-presto, full charge again afterwards.

    Thought I'd share the idea if anyone fancying some new kit.

    https://www.bose.co.uk/en_gb/product...-wireless.html

    and the case is here;

    https://www.bose.co.uk/en_gb/product...ing_case_black

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    Flipflops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Auto View Post
    A spare battery fir your mobile phone.
    I now prefer a portable charger power bank / battery. Connecting it to a must have mains charger enables me to keep it topped up while simultaneously it charges 2 (in some cases 3) other devices, eg phone, camera, headphones, tablet etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PickleB View Post
    I now prefer a portable charger power bank / battery. Connecting it to a must have mains charger enables me to keep it topped up while simultaneously it charges 2 (in some cases 3) other devices, eg phone, camera, headphones, tablet etc.
    May ask what power bank do you have?
    I've been looking for one that can charge devices while being charged.

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    I found that some hotels I've stayed in have only had a single spare power outlet, so I bought this USB charger that plugs into a socket (with a simple travel adaptor) and has 5 high power USB ports. When I travel most of my stuff charges off USB cables so this works for me.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Anker-Charg...er+usb+charger

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJL25 View Post
    May ask what power bank do you have?
    I've been looking for one that can charge devices while being charged.
    After looking at a thread on here (link), I ended up with the RAVPower 16750mAh as it was on offer for 16.75 at the time.

    RAVPower, Anker and AUKey chargers come up fairly frequently as offers on Amazon, so keep your eye peeled. Eg Today's Deals include the RAVPower 22000mAh at 22.99.

    IMO, the main things to take into consideration are the weight and the total current output available. At least one 2A outlet is a must for me...but I see that they now come with 2 or 3 such outlets (up to a maximum of 5.8A)....if you don't mind the weight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJL25 View Post
    May ask what power bank do you have?
    I've been looking for one that can charge devices while being charged.
    Like has been mentioned. The firm ANKER make some of the best ones.

    At the moment the 10000mAh one from them is well worth looking at. Both i terms of size/weight and the fact it'll charge the average mobile phone 4 or 5 times !

    Anker PowerCore 10000 Portable Charger, One of The Smallest and Lightest 10000mAh External Battery, 10000mAh Ultra-Compact High-Speed Charging Power Bank for iPhone 7/ Plus/ 6/ 6s/ SE, Samsung Galaxy and More https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B019GJLE..._nks3ybADXV6HG


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    Quote Originally Posted by PickleB View Post
    After looking at a thread on here (link), I ended up with the RAVPower 16750mAh as it was on offer for 16.75 at the time.

    RAVPower, Anker and AUKey chargers come up fairly frequently as offers on Amazon, so keep your eye peeled. Eg Today's Deals include the RAVPower 22000mAh at 22.99.

    IMO, the main things to take into consideration are the weight and the total current output available. At least one 2A outlet is a must for me...but I see that they now come with 2 or 3 such outlets (up to a maximum of 5.8A)....if you don't mind the weight.
    Thanks a lot!
    Unfortunately Amazon doesn't deliver battery packs to Finland anymore but need try and find one somewhere else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJL25 View Post
    Thanks a lot!
    Unfortunately Amazon doesn't deliver battery packs to Finland anymore but need try and find one somewhere else.
    Have a search for 'power bank' on www.aliexpress.com...you may not find the brand names that have been mentioned (except at a price) but you should find something to suit. Then, probably, it'll be down to the shipping cost.

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    I'm travelling at the moment, and a quick rummage through the bag reveals that my essential accessories are Tiger Balm, Advil, hand gel, sunscreen, spare watch (F-91W), universal power adaptor and an HDMI cable.

    I usually have a local guide book and some other good reading material and if hold-loading luggage, a Swiss Army knife. Trips to wine producing regions mean some large Ziploc bags and bubble wrap are indispensable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PickleB View Post
    Have a search for 'power bank' on www.aliexpress.com...you may not find the brand names that have been mentioned (except at a price) but you should find something to suit. Then, probably, it'll be down to the shipping cost.
    Thanks again!
    I'll take a look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolzenith View Post
    Good point, I have a Natwest Gold account which gives me free travel insurance, I know insurance can be a grey open ended mine field so what would people in TZ land recommend insurance wise ?

    I also carry a EU health card again just in case.
    There is a reason why bank insurance is free.......

    I always use M&S insurance (AVIVA underwritten, if memory serves). good reviews and a very clear policy booklet. Post Office also good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Curta View Post
    Trips to wine producing regions mean some large Ziploc bags and bubble wrap are indispensable.
    For a number of years I had a set of 6 cylindrical foam containers made out of some gaffer tape and an old camping mat. If I remember correctly it was a trip to Porto that provided the business case for that little project.

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    If taking hold luggage I always pack a Swiss army knife or good multitool. I also take a spork for random hotel room meals when no cutlery around. A small tin with painkillers, diarrhoea pills, antacids, chewable pick me ups, and allergy pills. I also pack a few metres of paracord for all sorts of stuff like making clothes dryers or tying across doors for extra security. Torch and the usual electronic stuff.
    Last edited by Man of Kent; 30th March 2017 at 21:58.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony View Post
    Oh No!!! Don't get caught with one of them in this country, that's an illegal blade unless you have a good reason to carry it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vampire View Post
    I found that some hotels I've stayed in have only had a single spare power outlet, so I bought this USB charger that plugs into a socket (with a simple travel adaptor) and has 5 high power USB ports. When I travel most of my stuff charges off USB cables so this works for me.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Anker-Charg...er+usb+charger
    I've been caught out like that a few times when abroad, so I now travel everywhere with a UK extension block, which means I only have to take one adaptor (I rarely travel hand luggage only due to all the other stuff I have to cart about, so space not at a premium). I do have an adaptor similar to the Skross one posted earlier, which has 2 USB ports and failing that, most flat screen TV's have USB ports these days, so you can always charge off those in the hotel!

    I am also a kettle traveller!

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    I use one of these:


    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Anker-Power...dp/B00PK1IIJY/

    together with one of these:


    https://www.lindy.co.uk//cables-adap...or-p4567/s4709

    and one of these:


    https://www.lindy.co.uk//cables-adap...ck-p9234/s9392

    No need for adapters and enough charging points for most of my electronic devices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vampire View Post
    I found that some hotels I've stayed in have only had a single spare power outlet, so I bought this USB charger that plugs into a socket (with a simple travel adaptor) and has 5 high power USB ports. When I travel most of my stuff charges off USB cables so this works for me.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Anker-Charg...er+usb+charger
    I have something similar in our kitchen so all iPhones, iPads and anything else needing charged, can be kept in one place. Helps avoid constantly searching for cables etc which is what happened before we got the charger. Also fantastic when you go on holidays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamB View Post
    Oh No!!! Don't get caught with one of them in this country, that's an illegal blade unless you have a good reason to carry it.
    On what basis is it illegal in the UK?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pointy View Post
    On what basis is it illegal in the UK?
    A technicality : it doesn't fold so it is considered as a fixed blade ( size is irrelevant) and you need good reason to carry it (= a reason that a judge would consider as good; 'just in case' isn't a good reason).
    The chances are extremely slim but it would stand in court if you were searched.
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    Revolut bank card could be useful as it's prepaid and works in 120 currencies without any extra charge and with real time exchange rates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vcarter View Post
    Revolut bank card could be useful as it's prepaid and works in 120 currencies without any extra charge and with real time exchange rates.
    Signed up to the app yet to apply for the card can anyone recommend it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justmuller View Post
    Signed up to the app yet to apply for the card can anyone recommend it?
    I've just received mine this week, so not a lot of personal experience, but my friend uses it every time he's abroad and it works as it's supposed to.

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    Never travel without these....



    also some coodamol, Dicloflenac, rennies, etc...

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    I travel to Europe every week for work, different hotels and cities. For me it's about traveling light so.

    Two European USB plug, (they are very small and flat)
    Dell laptop travel plug (won't charge but will power up)
    Imodium tablets (just in case)
    Iburophan
    Lemsip capsules
    Plasters
    Those sachets for rehydration
    Small toothpaste sample
    Travel electric razor
    I.D. Travel card
    Photo copy of passport
    Copy of travel insurance
    iPad mini
    iPhone
    A pen
    USB flash drive
    Last edited by justin44; 2nd April 2017 at 18:02.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justin44 View Post
    I travel to Europe every week for work, different hotels and cities. For me it's about traveling light so.

    Two European USB plug, (they are very small and flat)
    Dell laptop travel plug (won't charge but will power up)
    Ammonia tablets (just in case)
    Iburophan
    Lemsip capsules
    Plasters
    Those sachets for rehydration
    Small toothpaste sample
    Travel electric razor
    I.D. Travel card
    Photo copy of passport
    Copy of travel insurance
    iPad mini
    iPhone
    A pen
    USB flash drive
    I've travelled a bit and never come across "Ammonia tablets" in suggested kit lists etc. Can I ask, please, "just in case" of what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vampire View Post
    I found that some hotels I've stayed in have only had a single spare power outlet, so I bought this USB charger that plugs into a socket (with a simple travel adaptor) and has 5 high power USB ports. When I travel most of my stuff charges off USB cables so this works for me.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Anker-Charg...er+usb+charger
    If you can put up with 4 ports this one also puts out 40W...and it accepts a figure 8 mains cable: RAVPower Travel Adaptor 40W .

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    Quote Originally Posted by PickleB View Post
    I've travelled a bit and never come across "Ammonia tablets" in suggested kit lists etc. Can I ask, please, "just in case" of what?
    Sorry Imodium!

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    Quote Originally Posted by justin44 View Post
    Sorry Imodium!
    Thanks for the clarification...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pointy View Post
    On what basis is it illegal in the UK?
    It's a non folding blade, the sub three inch rule only applies to non locking folders. Any fixed blade is considered illegal to carry, without good reason, with our stupid laws.

    I did post as a bit of a joke if only to point out the stupidity of our laws

    Graham

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    Quote Originally Posted by PickleB View Post
    Thanks for the clarification...
    Although I have slept in some hotels where ammonia might be needed. Lol!

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    When travelling to India:

    iphone 7plus
    Macbook pro 15
    Shure se535 headphones
    Shure se210 headphones (spare headphones)
    nokia 3110 (spare phone)
    Swiss army knife with mini maglite
    Leatherman Ti (spare knife)
    Maglite XL50
    Anker battery pack
    UE Megaboom bluetooth speakers (x2 to run in stereo)
    Oakley sunglasses x2 pairs ( currently flakjacket and scalpel both black polarized)
    Omega Seamaster F300 chronometer ( my daily wearer)
    Omega seamaster deville 711 ( my dress watch)
    Adidas GSG9 combat boots
    Kindle
    Rohan walking trousers ( tropical , black and olive)
    Condoms UK ( Indian domestic ones are too tight)
    Viagra (generic cheap Cialis is fine)
    Modafinil (when you need to be awake for days...see above)
    Creed Aventus (veritable fanny magnet so it is)
    Brazi tarp hat (brim)
    Brazil tarp hat (baseball)
    100ft Paracord
    Duct tape
    Johnsons baby shampoo
    Pears soap/coal tar soap
    Vaseline
    Sudocreme
    Immodium
    Ranatadine
    E45
    Philips beard trimmer
    Underarmour underwear and underlayers
    Sealskinz gloves
    x3 Shemagh (black , white and olive)
    Big bag Haribo (gold bears or cola bottles)
    Large bottle Single Malt whisky (lagavulin or laphroaig)

    When travelling in Europe for a few days I'd probably just take the iphone , headphones and use my credit cards to buy whatever I needed.

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    I think you've missed Rohypnol from that list?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlton-Browne View Post
    I think you've missed Rohypnol from that list?
    >> Brazil tarp hat (brim) <<

    No, if he's wearing that, he won't get close enough to use Rohypnol.

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    BTW in no way am I providing medical advice here, just reporting on published evidence in the scientific literature in a spirit of mutual support on this forum, but the current best evidence-based management of travelers' diarrhoea (Delhi Belly etc) is to take 500mg of the antibiotic azithromycin (Zithromax) tablets after the third diarrhoeal stool plus 2 immodium tablets (or 'instants').

    Then take 250mg azithromycin 12 hourly for 2 more doses (so, total dose 1g), plus enough immodium to control the runs (follow the advice on the insert, which varies with the exact preparation). In placebo-controlled and comparative trials (vs things like ciprofloxacin) this comes out top, and controls diarrhoea within an average of 2-3 hours and makes you feel better quickly.

    I always take at least one course of azithro/immodium to anywhere outside northern Europe/N America/Oz/NZ: I've actually never needed it, but the wife was very grateful for a course a few years ago in France (I told her that shellfish looked dodgy).

    Waiting for 3 poos covers the possibility that you've just had too much laphroig/chilli. Obviously don't take azithro if you're allergic to erythromycin or other macrolide antibiotics (rare) and read the package insert and discuss with your GP about possible problems (in relation to your own health profile) when you go for the private prescription. Mostly it just makes people feel a bit bloated.

    Rehydration is important, and Immodium 'instants' (dissolve under the tongue) are excellent if you're feeling sick or can't get any reliably-safe water to swallow the capsule preparation.

    Cipro used to be recommended, but antibiotic resistance has become a real problem in some parts of the world (especially Thailand) plus it photosensitises some people plus causes some musculoskeletal side-effects in others.

    Enjoy.

    The doctor is now out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drmarkf View Post

    Anyone who benefits from this information (it's not advice, remember) owes me a beer.
    I think you've earned a few weeks' supply at least. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlton-Browne View Post
    I think you've missed Rohypnol from that list?
    PMSL at that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlton-Browne View Post
    I think you've missed Rohypnol from that list?
    That's a really bad idea. Last time I tried it I had a sore arse for 3 days.
    Don't take my silence for agreement. I've just realised you're too stupid to argue with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlton-Browne View Post
    I think you've missed Rohypnol from that list?
    The Creed Aventus provides that function. Would make a wreaking noseless leper attractive to the honeys .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlton-Browne View Post
    I think you've missed Rohypnol from that list?
    Quote Originally Posted by drmarkf View Post
    >> Brazil tarp hat (brim) <<

    No, if he's wearing that, he won't get close enough to use Rohypnol.
    Seriously they are great hats, cheap , stylish and they hold up well to rugged use... just the way I like my women.

    http://www.tarphat.co.uk

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    Twin USB folding plug
    Ankur power cell
    Lightening/ Micro USB dual cable
    Small Bluetooth speaker
    Offline Google maps
    Amex
    Alkaseltzer
    15 Bluetooth headphones (for short trips)
    B&W Bluetooth headphones (for long haul)
    Tracky bottoms for lounging around in
    Mini deodorant/toothpaste from Boots

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.D View Post
    Seriously they are great hats, cheap , stylish and they hold up well to rugged use... just the way I like my women.

    http://www.tarphat.co.uk
    Great hats yes, although I didn't like the look I had with it. Rugged, undoubtedly.

    But stylish?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim W View Post
    When I travel in Europe I always take a small travel kettle with me, some teabags, and some powdered milk.

    Very few European hotels, even the big ones have tea and coffee facilities in the room.
    If like me you need a cup of tea before you do much else, youi'll be glad you went prepared.

    Whatever though.... take English tea bags with you. Usually in the EU you find they have all sorts of tea fruit flavours, but not what we want.
    Not just English tea bags,
    Yorkshire tea bags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drmarkf View Post
    BTW in no way am I providing medical advice here, just reporting on published evidence in the scientific literature in a spirit of mutual support on this forum, but the current best evidence-based management of travelers' diarrhoea
    I think most doctors would tell you to put up with it unless you're travelling that day, rather than take antibiotics at the first sign of an upset stomach.

    It's an entirely natural part of travel, and if it doesn't kill you it will make you stronger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony View Post
    I think most doctors would tell you to put up with it unless you're travelling that day, rather than take antibiotics at the first sign of an upset stomach.

    It's an entirely natural part of travel, and if it doesn't kill you it will make you stronger.
    Fair enough, I agree, and I did not say this should be done 'at the first sign' if you read what I wrote.

    If you've got a few days planned sitting by the pool that is the best reaction, but if you are about to take a 6-hour flight or coach trip in the developing world, give a lecture, or hold an important business meeting, I guarantee your view will be different. At least it's good to have the knowledge in order to make your own decisions.

    This whole area is covered quite well on the fitfortravel website, in fact.

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