Remember to bring plenty of Mosquito Spray
Luggage and bags: Suitcase, hand luggage, beach bag
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Light clothing, shorts, sandals, sunhat.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: High factor suncream, after sun, mosquito repellent, imodium, prescribed medication, shower cream, shampoo, toothbrush and toothpaste. hay fever tablets, travel first aid kit.
Photo Equipment: Digital Camera, Digital Camcorder, films if taking ordinary camera
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Swimwear, Beach Towel, Sun Hat or bandana, beach shoes, sunglasses
Miscellaneous: Plug adapters, mobile phone charger, camera charger. ipod or cd player etc , book, foreign phrase book, passport, travel documents such as flight tickets, E111, insurance documents
- Water Sports
- Family Travel
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: especially if you have sensitive feet [like mine] don't forget to buy these special shoes you can were in the sea, as almost all of the beaches aren't sandy, but have usually pebles!
Photo Equipment: Just bring a camera! If you don't you'll regret it the views are just great and the sea is aquamarine or even green in some places!
An unspoiled life unaffected by change...
Luggage and bags: Back packs would prove easiest to transport about due to the steep inclines of the streets.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Runners, or rubber soled sandles, as Ma Kettle found the leather soles of her sandals slippery on some portions of the cobblestoned streets.
Photo Equipment: lots of photo ops due to the traditional and often origional construction style of the homes and shops, let alone the beautiful scenery afforded by the elevated views of the sea beyond.
Miscellaneous: A map of sorts, and some reading in advance of the village and sights to seek out, as we could find nothing with which to guide us about the village. I question the day we visited, and wonder if many shops were merely closed, rather than non-existant as originally assumed. We are unable to recall.
- Budget Travel