Pack like a Pro
Tips and techniques to travel light with those mammoth suitcases.
Iam one of those who believes that while travelling your luggage should be limited to something that you can easily carry without requiring a porter or an airport trolley to move your gargantuan suitcases from one place to another. Although most of the people will readily agree that travelling light can make holidays more fun, most of them will not know how to go about it. I have learnt through trial and error, over a period of years, that packing light is not as hard as it seems.
Imagine travelling to Paris or New York with nothing more than a backpack or a small suitcase. The advantages of light luggage are innumerable. You do not end up giving your hard earned money to airlines as extra baggage fee. No risk of losing bags when your luggage fits in the overhead compartment. You do not end up taking expensive taxis and can use much cheaper transport services like metro, subway and buses. I am going to share a few tips that will help you in travelling with a small bag and I am sure you will never again travel with those mammoth suitcases.
The most important part of packing light is to choose the correct suitcase or bag. So first and foremost, invest in a sturdy backpack that might not end up breaking during your vacation. I mean with only a single bag you would not want the handle to give away, the seam to open or the zip