Bring Ziploc Bags
Each Friday, we’re featuring a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip was left by A. R. Kennedy of Long Beach, NY, who says:
“Take quart-size Ziplocs. Of course you’re supposed to bring one in your carry-on to put your liquids in while going through security, but I bring a couple extra. I use them to hold wet bathing suits (when you just have to swim the morning you leave!), to keep dirty socks and undergarments and just to keep items easily accessible and organized.
I also bring a sandwich-sized Ziploc to keep foreign currency coins in. There’s just so much of it at times, and in a Ziploc, you can easily see the denominations.”
A good tip, and an easy one to follow. Thanks, A. R.!
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