It is that time of the year again when all students are going to travel to different cities or countries for their further studies. We are quite sure you’re one of them too. Flights can be long, tiring and a lot difficult if you’re not carrying some essentials.
Before we tell you about the carry-on essentials we suggest you to have:
A COMFORTABLE BACK PACK(Carry-on bag)
Why we say comfortable? Because there might be long queues at the airport and if your bag isn’t comfortable it will give you a hard time and you’ll be a lot irritated managing it.
Below is a list of few essentials that you MUST carry in your carry-on bag:
If you’re a reader then you wouldn’t even know when time passes by. You just need to carry your book along and read through your entire journey, sometimes taking a nap or munching in some food. But don’t forget to keep them handy.
There is a lot of light coming in from every possible corner. Carry your sleeping mask to block the light as it might bother you. Have a comfortable journey!
We do get little cushions in some flights, But they ain’t so comfortable. Therefore we recommend you to carry your own neck pillow. Not only does it give you a sound sleep, but also stops you from falling on your fellow passenger.
If you don’t wish to pay for a bottle of mineral water then we suggest you to carry your own. It will help you to stay hydrated during your flight, and also after you land down on not-so familiar surroundings.
Music is not only a source of entertainment but also a soothing tonic for our mind. Listening to music passes your time, sometimes make you sleep too and most importantly helps you to avoid listening to the shrieks of a crying child onboard.
Some of us feel a little extra cold, Carry your blanket if you’re one of them. Not only does it keep you warm but also helps you block light(cover your face with it)
To keep you focused despite the shrieks of a crying baby or a blabbering person who’s sitting close to you.
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P.s- Do you think we missed anything? Please feel free to comment below if we missed out any and have a safe journey! 🙂
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