ADVENTURE TRAVEL PACKING LIST
This is the list of items I was able to fit into a carry-on sized backpack, for over a week's worth of travel in Honduras.  My interest was in using just one bag, having good security and comfort, and being prepared for all sorts of situations.  I grouped items by type (vanity, first aid, etc) and packed them in gallon ziplock bags, with all the air sucked out.  This made it easier to find things, and kept everything dry with less chance of leaking.  I wore some of the clothes while travelling, so not all got packed in the backpack.

Neck Wallet
Plane tickets
money
passport
credit card
phrase book/dictionary
net face scrubber (this scrunches small, and dries faster than a washcloth)
contacts and solution
eyeliner
lipstick in meltproof container
all purpose moisturizer/lotion
sunscreen
shampoo and conditioner
neosporin
q-tips
band aids
tampons
ibuprofen
deoderant
gallon ziplock bags
sarong (to use as coverup and bath towel)
hair bands for ponytail
soap (I packed Ivory, for washing face and clothes)
chapstick
day trip bag
steel web netting to place over backpack (has chain and lock to secure it to something stationary and un-stealable, hopefully.  Also prevents slashing)
hair pick
camera
swimsuit
razor
pillow case
hat
coolmax tees (dry faster, keep you cooler)
jeans
shorts
sneakers
leather work gloves
work shoes
flashlight with batteries
mosquito netting
bug spray
travel pillow (one of those little u-shaped inflatable guys)
eye cover (for trying to sleep on the plane)
sleep sack (bought a queen-sized soft cotton sheet at a thrift store, sewed it into a sack)
wedding ring--I was set to take a silver band instead of my gold and diamond ring
earplugs
gatorade powder
foldable binoculars
pepto pills
malaria pills
toothbrush/paste
sunglasses
peanuts and energy bars for snacks
vitamins
bras
panties
socks
pen/notebook
flip flops
safety pins
baby wipes
tissues/toilet paper
800# for credit card
rubber wedge to fit under hotel/hostel door
dental floss (not just for teeth, you never know when you'll need backpack repairs, etc)
duct tape rolled around a pencil
whistle
suction cup and hook (for doing hand laundry)
talcum (I hate chafing)
chinese survivial tool or pocket knife
sleeping shirt?
large flexible plastic cup (like you would get with a large drink at a fast food restaurant).  Useful for drinking, rinsing, picking berries, bailing...
stickers or balloons for kids
 

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