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Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: don't go overboard on winter gear, it's not that cold. what you need is a good weather-proof outer layer (top and bottom) to keep the wind out and a fleece or woolly jumper to go underneath (in case it is cold). most days you'll need a few layers to adapt to the changing teperature. don't forget your hat, the wind will be chilly on your ears.
in summer you can expect up to 30 degrees on a still day - but don't bank on it :)
unless you can't live without - or you want to go on the pull ;) - leave your high heels at home, they wont be very useful. what you'll need is a comfy pair of shoes which can cope with all kinds of weather and walking boots if you want to go and explore 'camp' (the countryside).
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: you can get all the essentials at the local supermarkets - but not necessarily the brand you're used to...
Photo Equipment: loads of memory for those big skies, the sunsets and the wildlife, of course!
if you have an SLR - and it is worth bringing one - i recomend a UV filter (mainly for lens protection).
Updated Sep 13, 2007