packing for SE Asia – step 1

Posted from Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.

I decided to put together a video of what I’m bringing to SE Asia for my five to six month backpacking extravaganza. I’m sure I left stuff out, but it’s my first time shooting a video for this website, so any tips are appreciated. Part two on how it all fits in the bag can be seen here.

4 Responses to packing for SE Asia – step 1

  1. Love the video! Only recommendation, maybe zoom in on the electronic components. Or maybe you can have an addendum to this posting with photos of the components (I’m interested in seeing them all close up :)). I’d also love to see a general overall photo of everything laid out / an itemized list for those who want to know.

    Great beginning to a super exciting adventure!

    sKY:: January 8, 2013 at 4:31 am Reply
  2. BTW, where will you keep your laptop within your bag? Is there a special protective area, that keeps it safe and well away from your water bladder? Also, what type of camera are you bringing? I personally love to have a little daypack for food and stuff when I have a safe haven for the rest of my belongings and want to explore. A reusable bag for towels, groceries, etc is a fabulous idea.

    sKY:: January 8, 2013 at 4:33 am Reply
    • Oh Sky, these are all things I have not thought of!!! I am going to have to figure this stuff out along the way. But your questions are real good. I wish I was better at the media aspect of blogging and using the software I have (and coping without the software I wish I had) to post more informative things. I probably just need to be more creative. I will think more about more specific close-up photos. Great advice. Thank you!

      Sheri January 8, 2013 at 6:53 am Reply
  3. Great post, I’m living vicariously thru you…if I can’t travel the world like I would love to, then I will enjoy following your adventures!

    Deb L January 12, 2013 at 5:12 pm Reply

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