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Luggage and bags: Bring as little as possible! it makes it so much easier!
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Shoes:just bring flip flops
Clothes: Bathing suit, sarong, lots of shorts/skirts, pr pants, long sweater, tanks, tees, etc... one rain jacket if you want
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Mosquito repellent, sunscreen, aloe vera, moisturiser, hair moisturiser/conditioner
Miscellaneous: soccer ball, frisbee, cards, smile!!
Written Oct 4, 2004
Luggage and bags: It's better to bring along a backpack with you as it's more comfy in going to the nearby island. I saw a couple that brought along their 2 big luggages(i think they will stay there for long) and they had a hassle time transferring them to one place to another. Of course, the old lady can't carry atleast one.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Bring along comfy clothes! Swim suits, trunks and comfy sandal for walking. And the hat..
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: I bring my personal toilet papers.
Photo Equipment: I've seen for sale spare films anywhere. And if you have digi cams..bring along spare batteries or you can still bring your charger. I did it in there and it's free of charge!
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: It's possible to camp-out and it's more refreshing! I've seen people around camping as it's the cheapest price and more lovely thing to do..It's also safe.
Miscellaneous: Check out bookings first before leaving. And if you want to catch more lovely sunrise, bring an alarm clock and set it before it's too late to have one!
Updated Dec 10, 2003
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