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Sometimes weight restrictions airlines impose for luggage can make life difficult for budget travellers and backpackers. Getting rid of extra weight can be an option. This is how ...
Get a wrap of light weight 'parachute' nylon material
You'll need:1. Sufficient nylon 'parachute' material2. Cling wrap
Ultra light 'parachute' material is multifunctional.I've traveled with a piece 8m x 2m (weight = 500grams) & have used it for many things including:1. replacing my backpack2. hammock3. ...
Depending on how much luggage you have - start by laying the sheet out to pack your stuff onto it.Allow enough space for wrapping up, to cover your ...
Add your fragile stuff to the middle of the bundle.
When you're done, just cover up !
Simply roll up and voila !
Cling wrap your 'bundle' with plastic film and you can be as 'generous' as you wish with applying layers until the whole bundle is protected.
In the end, you'll have your 'luggage' in a bundle. This saves about 8 - 10 kgs. (the weight of the backpack itself)PS - if you wish you ...
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