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Smart Packing for a Tropical Vacation

Your reservations are all set, and you’re ready to fly to the furthest island on the globe. Tropical vacations are perfect ways to catch up on your rest, explore new worlds and discover those amazing trinkets in the stores. As you prepare for the trip, use these smart-packing tips that will see you through any adventure.

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Bring Clothes to Mix and Match

It’s not necessary to bring five or six different outfits on your vacation. Ideally, bring two or three tops and bottoms. Switch them around during your vacation so that the look is different each time. Mixing and matching your clothes will only reduce the volume in your luggage while making laundry easier when you get home. Light colors, such as white, are good choices for mixing and matching because they complement nearly every color in the rainbow.

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Take Care of Your Skin

Every tropical paradise will be sunny, and protecting your skin must be a priority. To protect yourself and the environment, try using coral reef safe sunscreen. It offers the same protection for your skin while reducing the harm the chemicals have on the coral reefs. Rub sunscreen on your skin in the morning. Be sure to reapply it every two to three hours. Burnt skin won’t be an issue while you’re exploring the seashore.

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One Pair of Heels

When you hit the beach, your shoe choices are very simple. Bring flip-flops or canvas shoes for the daytime. You may want to dance the night away or visit a formal restaurant later on. Bring one pair of heels that will match any outfit. There’s no need to haul around three or four pairs of shoes when you’re trying to relax on vacation.

Don’t Forget the Hat

Pack a collapsible hat for those really hot days. The hat protects your scalp from burning while keeping you cool. Wear it during hikes or biking adventures. These hats can fold into a compact shape during traveling so there’s no issue about fitting them into the luggage. If you forget your hat, buying one on the island is possible. Be aware that you’ll pay a premium for the choice.

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Before you stuff your suitcase full of personal items, look over the luggage itself. Tears, broken zippers and other structural problems can compromise the items within. Switch to another bag instead of mending the broken one. You don’t want any mishaps occurring on the way to paradise.

Shopping Tips For Your Next Vacation

Whether you’re going camping or you’re staying at a luxury resort, vacation calls for some shopping. You want to make sure you have everything you need when you head off to enjoy your time off. You’ll need the right clothes, the right shoes, and you’ll even need the right gear, depending on where you are going and what you are doing.

When you shop for vacation, it’s important to know where you are going and what you’ll be doing while you are there. You should also look into the weather, to make sure you are packing the right clothes.

Buying Vacation Clothing

So, you’ve checked the weather, and you know you will be spending some time outside in the warm weather. That means you want to make sure that you have plenty of short sleeved shirts, t shirts, and shorts on hand. If you plan on swimming you’ll want to take a bathing suit with you, unless you won’t have access to someplace to swim.

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If you can  expect cold night, you might want to make sure that you have some warmer clothing to take along as well. If you’re just camping out, you may want to simply dig through your wardrobe to find clothing you already have that fits the weather and your destination, and only buy something new if you’re missing something you need. But if you are going more fancy, it may be time to hit the stores. Pick places in your budget that sell the type of clothes you need.

Shopping For Supplies

Vacations need supplies as well, like grooming items, and some other things, depending on what your plans are. Start with making sure you have all of the grooming items that you need, from deodorant to toothpaste. Sure you can pick this stuff up on vacation, but it could cost you more than buying it on your home turf and taking it with you.

Supplies that you will need when your vacation consists of camping and/or hiking may include a tent, a safety kit, and even the right shoes. Some of your supplies will depend on where you’re going camping. You may need protection from wildlife, and you may even need to have supplies for mountain climbing.

Make sure, no matter what your vacation is going to consist of, that you make a list of what you need to take with you. This can really help keep you from forgetting anything. Make a list to shop with as well, and stick with it. You don’t want to spend more than you need to, and save some of that money for the fun things you’ll do and find while you’re on vacation.

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Taylor GS Mini Acoustic Guitar Naturally Perfect as Travel Companion

The other day a cousin dropped by our house to borrow my sister’s guitar, it looks like he is bored inside the water station where he is working. Unfortunately, my sister’s guitar has broken string so he isn’t able to borrow it. My sister planned to change all the strings of her guitars when she have money for it but I told her just to buy a new acoustic guitar like gs mini which is easy to carry around unlike her guitar which is too big for her frame.

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The GS Mini promised a big fun for everyone from couch to camp fire and even to concert halls because it truly sounds and look like a full-size guitar. It has a deeper body, a bigger top, and a longer scale than a Baby Taylor.  Its ultra-portable size makes it a great travel guitar that you can put in overhead compartment of a plane. The Mini also makes an inspiring student guitar for smaller-sized musicians. Includes gig bag.

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