Thing: Women And Men About What They Don't Travel Without

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Thing: Women And Men About What They Don't Travel Without
Thing: Women And Men About What They Don't Travel Without

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Travel, business trips and weekends in other cities have become a part of the life of many. Someone still postpones collecting things until the last, someone has long learned to travel light. In any case, far from home, most of all you want to feel comfortable - and your favorite things often help. We learned from those who travel a lot and with pleasure around the world what they take with them.

Text: Tanya Reshetnik

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Natasha Malykhina

jewelry designer The Q

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I travel at least once a month. Usually, these are short trips of four to five days, with the exception of summer vacations, which can last up to two weeks. My irreplaceable thing is a hat made of water-repellent material, which was specially made for me by my brother, the designer of the Garin brand. It does not wrinkle, saves from the rain and fits perfectly into any look. Every time before leaving for the airport I frantically check whether I put it in my suitcase.

I have never left without Anker portable charger for iPhone. Before my friend advised me this particular brand, similar ones served me for a maximum of a month or two, and this one is already the second year, and it is doing well! And of course, it's hard to imagine any trip without an iPhone and bank cards. Although without this, even a hike for bread is impossible to imagine.

Yana Kazantseva

commercial director of NTR Lab, founder of the music projects VKHORE and Marketing

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The thing I don't travel without is my grandmother's old wallet. He is always like a talisman with me. It contains all the cards and paper money that are needed in almost any country. On the one hand, in an age when you can only leave the house with your phone, it looks bulky, on the other hand, it is roomy enough to use it as a small clutch. My grandmother, Nadezhda Aleksandrovna, wore it in Soviet times, using it for its intended purpose - she kept bills and iron money there. I inherited it along with vintage Chanel perfumes and family pearl jewelry. So we don't part.

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Seryozha Serpopo

cycling fan

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Due to the fact that I am actively involved in cycling, most often trips with are associated with it. I try to set aside an entire vacation for pre-season gathering - it's a week and a half or two somewhere in the mountains. All summer I participate in races and events, so every weekend turns into a trip to the Moscow region, Russia or Europe. Cycling takes up most of my free time and vacation plans, but at least once every three months I try to get out to the nearest Europe as an ordinary tourist: food, walks, museums - that's all.

The trip can be of any nature and meaning, but I always have two irreplaceable things with me: sunglasses and a backpack. My eyes are very sensitive to the sun, so sunglasses are a must-have. My favorite model is the Barstow of the Swedish company Monokel Eyewear. They are made from recycled waste and equipped with Zeiss optics. It's funny that I ordered them by accident, without even trying them on, but they sat perfectly. The final touch was a string to wear around my neck, which I bought at some collapse in the hinterland of Spain. A trifle, but pleasant and functional.

With a backpack it's still more commonplace. I've been traveling with one model for seven years now, The North Face Rucksack. At one time I bought it only because of an incredible discount, but it so happened that it became indispensable. It seems that I can stuff all the things into it, and the place will still remain; and you can hang everything else on an external headset. Once I even had to fasten several bicycle wheels and carry it on myself.

Otherwise, everything is simple: a passport, headphones, a compact Ricoh camera and a toothbrush - a universal set that will not go missing anywhere. And memories will be in bulk.

Polina Chizhova

product owner

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I travel often: both business trips and vacations. I travel to China and Hong Kong for work.These are long trips with many meetings, domestic flights and constant lack of sleep. It is also influenced by the time difference (an average of five hours): for the first couple of days you just lie in bed and wait for the evening in Moscow. And then you sleep wherever you can and cannot - by plane, taxi, train - the lack of sleep from the flight and from the time difference affects. Therefore, on business trips, a sleep mask is an indispensable thing. She's funny, pink and with ears. I bought it a few years ago in Shanghai and have not parted since then.

On all trips I take hand cream. This is already a ritual. Once, in 2016, I forgot it and the plane was delayed for six hours, and I missed my connecting flight. Since then, I think that forgetting the cream is bad luck, and I always try to take it or buy a new one at the airport. I also take an extra bag with me just in case, especially if I'm going to Italy. You never know how much food I'll bring from there!

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Polina Anisimova

product manager

I go somewhere on average a couple of times a month: travel, business trips, and trips to St. Petersburg to see friends. In general, I tend to a minimalist lifestyle, so I take a universal set of things with me. At the same time, it is more important to me not what I take with me, but in what I move it. Almost a year ago, I decided it was time to get serious about choosing a travel bag, researched the issue and bought the Rains model, which we have not parted with since then.

If you often go somewhere, then the suitcase with which you are traveling is the thing that is worth investing in first. The difference is really felt. My bag does not tear, gets dirty or gets wet, it can be carried in four different ways - including as a backpack. And if you want, you can stuff almost my entire wardrobe into it, or half of the cheese department from Tesco (tested on myself).

I realized a long time ago that the only things without which the trip will definitely not take place are a passport, a cardholder, a phone and a charger - and I check them when I go somewhere. For complete happiness, I need more at hand, perhaps, a diary, and the rest can be easily organized on the spot.

Katya Strelnikova

manager

I travel very often. For example, now I am on a two-month trip to Europe. But this is rather an exceptional story associated with being fired and letting yourself breathe out. In general, I travel abroad at least ten times a year. If we count the trips to St. Petersburg or the conditional Nikola-Lenivets ("Bolotov. Dacha", "Clear Field", dachas of friends), then all twenty will work out.

I am a supporter of traveling with a minimum of luggage and I think that it is better not to take it, but to buy it on the spot if something happens. But I have been carrying a couple of things with me for several years now: warm woolen knee-high socks and a compact Uniqlo down jacket. They are irreplaceable, because you can never guess the weather! For example, in sunny Italy this year is unprecedentedly cold May, and these things help me out. Or once we arrived in Thailand and drove to the mototrip in the north. Naturally, sitting in Moscow or even more so in Bangkok, where plus forty, it is difficult to imagine that you will find yourself in the most non-touristy places with holes in windows and doors, cold water and a temperature of plus six on the street. In general, you can never guess, but for me the most important thing is comfort. Therefore, I would prefer these things, perhaps, even to a comb.

I also always try to have face masks with me, as my skin does not feel well after flights.

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Anna Maslovskaya

Chief Editor of the Food section of Afisha Daily and creator of the jewelry brand Anna Maslovskaya

Every month I go somewhere: at least two days, maximum - a month. On average, I usually go out for four to five days. The directions are different - other countries or small towns and nature around Moscow.

Birkenstock Arizona rubber slippers are an absolutely indispensable item for trips to places with different climates. Anticipating questions: they do not rub, they are not hot.Why they are good: weightless, easy to clean, fit well (that is, they are suitable for excursions to waterfalls), ideal in the rain in summer, in dry heat and warmth, and in coolness - you put on the required degree of warmth of the sock and you're done. On trips, they now replace several pairs of shoes for me at once, while saving space in my suitcase.

I am sensitive to the weather: I get severe irritation if my feet are hot. Sneakers, for example, are difficult for me to wear in the summer. And in these shoes, it is ideal to go out on your bare feet during the day and take socks with you in your bag, which can be useful in the evening.

The rest is a small tube of SPF 50 cream (helps against age spots), a night face mask with a cool Origins scent, Biologique Recherche lotion, two scarves of different sizes, Japanese oil that smells like wood, earth and roots (for pleasure), large, but a thimble-like shopping bag, warm socks, pajamas, candles and matches, a notepad for writing down the most important things in a white canvas bag. All these things are favorite and most needed. My priority, judging by this list, is coziness and comfort. But it is important for me to add a third quality to them, because it is not visible in the text - beauty. Every item on this list is perfect for me.

Photos: Asos, dressone.store, monokel-eyewear, endclothing, thenaturalshoestore

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