My Must-Haves Whilst Traveling In A Long Haul Flight – All In One Big Tote

Being in a pressurized cabin can do lots of funny stuff to your body and even mind. Long haul flights are just not so fun at all. Well, in my case that is. Bloatedness, swollen feet, or even worse, deep vein thrombosis are just some of the physical manifestations of sitting for an extended period of time.

Stress is also one factor that we cannot discount. The idea of going through immigration for both entry and exit points is just mind boggling especially to those who are traveling for the first time. Though I always believe that preparedness is and will always come in handy in this situation. It is better to have stuff with you than not have them in times of need!

I have taken some photos of my must-haves when traveling. Some of the stuff may or may not be applicable to you but hey ho!, we’ve got different styles and needs. πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

Let’s all take a look inside my magic tote bag for a genuine surprise of knowing how eccentric and overboard I could get at times.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

By the way, please take a note that these stuff except the neck pillow and hoodie are all well compartmentalized in my tote bag. Don’t ask me how I do it. They just fit in there! Beautifully, I say. πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜† I don’t usually have them in my hand carry luggage because I find it too much hassle to open the suitcase and then close again. This is just time-consuming especially if you have a tight window of time during layovers and/or during the flight where you do not have space to get in your suitcase the stuff you might need.

Bon voyage, travelers!✈️✈️✈️

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