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It's in the Bag: The Complete Guide to Lightweight Travel by Barbara DesChamps
It's in the Bag: The Complete Guide to Lightweight Travel
by Barbara DesChamps
Price:$ 11.95

Don't waste precious time during your vacation or business trip!

This book will help to prepare you for the next wonderful, short-notice travel opportunity.

Wouldn't you like to travel "footloose and fancy free," able to follow your own inclinations at every turn, without the burdens and constraints of heavy luggage? To have more time for business and pleasure, and waste less time on packing, porters, and other logistical problems?

You don't have to be a backpacking college student to enjoy the benefits of lightweight travel. Many people of all ages have found they can travel successfully, and well dressed too, with just one carry-on bag. Now you can learn their tricks and become an expert traveler.

    Discover how to:

    Build a travel wardrobe that is easy-care, but won't mark you as an obvious tourist.

    Pick the wardrobe items appropriate for the weather and purpose of each trip.

    Choose a carry-on bag, and fit everything you need inside.

    Take all the right stuff with the logically organized and easy-to-copy checklists included.

    Organize your equipment so you can find items quickly. Pass through airport and border inspections more easily.

    Take simple steps to stay happy, healthy and safe. Save money on transportation, lodging and meals. Have a relaxing and rewarding trip.

"A valuable resource for every traveler" --Suzanne Hogsett, author of Bargain Travel Handbook

"The lowdown on packing light for a long trip, and a must for novice travelers! It was very helpful in planning our trip to Europe." --M.J. Mehrmann

Barbara DesChamps has over three decades of experience traveling overseas, with trips lasting six weeks to five months. She is also a compulsive organizer. Her equipment lists are user-friendly, and insure you will always have the right stuff, instead of too much stuff.