22.9.11

Packing for London, Sydney & beyond...

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Sofis Snapshots, photosdemode, knightcat, streetfsn, mfl.


It is hard packing for 9 months when you have no idea where you will be for most of that time. No job, no plans. A frined. That's it. I have a day in Stockholm, 3 in London and a few in Sydney to start my trip this time. I can feel I'm packing very "big city". Migt live in a small town in the Australian outback. Oh well. It's only clothes.

My bag is filled with black, white, grey, blue, lot's of worn denim, blazer, black leather (jacket & bags) and big shawls. 4 pairs of shoes, my dear converse sneakers, black flats, brown boots (very outdoorsy, I reckon) and my running shoes. The oly splash of colour is my yoga/running/cycling clothes. And even though I've filled up on toiletries this time I've still managed to keep my bag at 17 kg. Pretty good for 9 months away, if I say so myself. (the fact that I now own a kindle and have over 100 books on there instead of in my suitcase helps alot. Connot travel without having loads to read!)

Tickets are printed, bags are packed. I am ready to go!

6 comments:

kesia and girls said...

sounds exciting!

Christina said...

omg! You are back :) I've been waiting for my favorite blog to return! I kind of envy how you just pack your bags and set off on a journey! Amazing!Have a great trip! But keep posting stuff here! Your blog is one of the best places for inspiration!

margarita ts said...

great looks!!

seascaped said...

i really love your blog, i am going to follow. via bloglovin' xx
http://seascaped.blogspot.com

Sascha said...

I just found your blog and I love it! I love the photos and your travel spirit! I'm from Stockholm as well but currently live in Milan, even though I dream of moving to London!

Miriam said...

great photo-collection!