Thursday, January 15, 2009

Tips on How To Pack (2)

Cheap Luggage

On the opposite end of the spectrum, you should remember that it is not mandatory to purchase a special valise for carry-on items. A few sturdy garbage bags can work just fine.

You can also put things in boxes. Be sure to wrap them extremely securely with glass-reinforced tape, and recognize that they will get very rough handling. Furthermore, the airlines will not take responsibility for damaging anything in a cardboard box. You take your chances.

Backpacks and Camping Gear
You can ship camping-style backpacks as well. Some airlines will put them in large plastic bags to help keep things from tearing off. Otherwise, make sure that anything that you have attached to the pack (sleeping bag, tent, roll) is securely fastened. And, as with packing in cardboard boxes, airlines will not take responsibility for damaging anything in a backpack. Do not pack the good china in the backpack.


kat said...

Hahahahahaha nakatawa ko ani Dhemz, ang basa nako ani kay "Tips on how to PARK" ako dayon gi-abre...waaaaaaaa kay Pack man diay ug dili Park...abi nako park ba sa parking lot waaaaaaaaa...kalibat jud oi. hehehe

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