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Equipment for a Kayak Tour
Submitted by M18082 on 2008-08-21
- Pack a range of Warm and Cool Clothing
- Take fast dry items,
- Dry Bags are essential check with the operator to see if they are supplied,
- Suncream, Hat, Sun Glasses, Shoes that can get wet,
- Hydration Method, ... view more Waterbottle or Hydra pack on your back,
- Waterproof camera, or waterproof casing,
- Dry shoes for camp,
- Change of clothes for the camp or car,
- Gloves if on extended tour,
- Hat that covers your neck,
- Fishing equipment.

Enjoy Clothes Free Vacations WA State
Submitted by M13462 on 2009-03-21
Washington state has more nudists and naturists venues per capita then CA. Enjoy family oriented clubs to hot springs to an adults only nudist and RV resort in some of the most wide open spaces. Californians will truly ... view more enjoy the green and fresh air travel which WA offers. Canadians can cross the border into WA and find a resort to club less then 4 hours travel away and affordable for the Canadian dollar. Midweek vacation travel also offers special discounts. Just ask. 2009 will prove to encourage travel discounts.
International Air Travel Made Easy
Submitted by M06872 on 2010-03-18
1) Be sure your passport is valid and current for 6 months after your date of travel, as different countries have different requirements.
2) Allow plenty of connection time between flights, in case of flight/ security/ ... view more weather delays.
3) Be sure you have confirmed seat assignments
and the spelling of your name on your air tickets is the same as on your passport.
4) Consider buying trip cancellation or interruption insurance - strongly recommended.
5) Pack and lay out everything you need for your flight 1-2 days ahead, including passport, tour itinerary, emergency contacts.
6) Leave copies of your itinerary and contact numbers and passport back home with a trusted friend.
7) Get plenty of sleep and hydrate well before and during your flight and wash hands/use hand sanitizer, in order to keep your immunity up.
8) Check in to your original flight at the time recommended by the airline ideally ahead of the crowd.
9) Travel light and follow all regulations regarding carry-ons and liquids.
10) If anything goes wrong, be patient and polite with gate agents and airline staff... we have seen time and again when a no becomes a yes with a little patience and courtesy.

Enjoy your trip!