Plans may become useless or subject to change, but planning is an essential activity you have to undertake. Even more so when all your bags are packed and you’re ready to go to a new country far away from your home base. Planning in advance on what you will wear in the new country really helps alleviate the overthinking of what to wear in the mornings and thus makes everything much more relaxing. In this post, I am going to share yet another set of packing picks with you because we are all set to fly off to far east i.e. Hong Kong & China for 3 weeks of major discovery.
“Travelling leaves you speechless,
Then turns you into a storyteller.”- Ibn Battuta
While you’ll be reading this post, I find myself sitting in another long haul flight from London to New Delhi. I’ve experienced a fair amount of time in the air at both ends of the planes, and I can vouch for it that with very little preparation well in advance can actually revolutionise how you feel up in the air and at the end of your journey!
The only existing Grand Duchy of the world, least populated in Europe, 20th smallest in terms of size in the world, with more than 155 banks and a GDP per capita to boast off, headquarter of Skype and the list can continue until the time you will finish touring the entire boundaries of this wonderful tiny country of Luxembourg. Nested nicely by surrounding France, Belgium and Germany, Luxembourg was in the plan for Team OneTimeFashionista’s power-packed 48 hours summer weekend getaway.
If you’ve been following our travels on Instagram, Facebook and over here over the past few months, you’ll see we’ve planned to explore a few European cities this summer–we are done with Vienna in Austria and we’ve planned to do 3 more countries (Belgium, Poland and Luxembourg) within this month! And why not! London is the ultimate city from which to explore Europe, in all its glory. We are pretty much always within a short flight from every European city! Figuring out how to pack for this mini city breaks is a fun challenge (every single look was thought out in advance, because we could only take one cabin luggage as we usually travel in budget airlines within Europe- it’s convenient and economic). In this post, I’m passing on my packing secrets for mini city breaks to you.