Clothing for a 3 week summer trip across canada
I have no problem travelling light, however I am trying to persuade my wife to think minilist.
What tips do the ladies of this forum have on levels of clothing to take. We are travelling by car with hotel stop offs.
Seems to me three of most things which are easy to wash/dry.
Any help out there?
I’ve never travelled in Canada but have been on a couple of pretty long trips in other parts of the world. I like to pack pretty light, so I generally make sure I have two of everything (trousers, tshirts, shorts, jumpers) and always take a tube of washing gel (it’s basically washing powder but in gel form) which I can use to wash stuff in the sink or shower of places I stay!
If you’re taking a car your wife could probably get away with taking a few more clothes than I normally do as you won’t have to lug it on and off of buses or cram it into a tiny backpack! I’d say 3 of each is a good place to start
Thin clothing is always good as it dries quickly, and to keep warm you take jumpers (and scarves double up as blankets when it’s extra chilly).
Hope this helps – have a great trip!