When you travel, as important as what you pack along is what you leave behind.
Leave behind those overly detailed travel itineraries and the trunk-full of guide books. Resist the temptation to carry along half your wardrobe (including the neon tights you’ve never worn). Leave out the painful heels, the endless bottles of varied skincare products.
Leave behind your reservations and inhibitions. Throw out the stereotypes and biases.
Leave behind the belief that the world outside is unsafe or that strangers are dangerous. Leave behind your fears.
With minimal baggage—the best way to travel!
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