Eeeek! I'm so pumped to be going back to Europe in just a few days! I will be visiting four countries I've yet to have had the chance to explore, all in the span of 17 days: England, France, Belgium and The Netherlands. I've taken on the challenge to take only a carry-on with me on this longer trip, and I figured I would show you just how and what I am packing. We will be staying in both AirBnbs and hotels, and since we will have access to washing machines, it only made sense to lessen our load (and wait time at the airports!) since we will be moving around so much.
I was in need of a new carry-on suitcase and luckily found an amazing deal on this Via Rail James Bay 20-inch 4-Wheel Carry-on Spinner. What I love about it is that it is so lightweight at 2.3 kg, is expandable and is super compact. The wheels rotate 360 degrees which always makes moving around easier, and it features a telescopic handle which is very sturdy. I debated whether I should purchase some packing cubes, but finally settled on the good old rolling method, which I show you how to do in the video.
I was apprehensive as to whether all of my essentials would fit inside this suitcase and still weigh in at under the 10 kg limit. Thankfully, fitting everything inside was a breeze and my carry-on passes the weight test!
The second carry-on I am taking with me is my Canon EOS Camera Bag as I will be snapping photos and filming my adventures with my DSLR. It will be keeping my passport and documents handy, as well as hold all of my in-flight must-haves.
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Canon EOS 70D Camera (similar)
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Wide Tooth Comb (similar)
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