What things do you always take with you? (or wish you had?)

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  1. JStrickPhoto

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    What I've learned to do that allows me to take far more photos - keep the camera out! I now carry my camera via handstrap or shoulder strap and NEVER leave it in the bag. When I have the camera out, it allows me total freedom to stop and shoot.

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    Really amazing photos!
     
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    Brilliant photos :D

    Do you visit WDW often?
     
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    Wendy, I think I've been to WDW 14 times now since 1986 :) In fact, be there in about 5 weeks. Already looking forward to taking more pictures - I could do that all day and not ride a ride and be plenty happy!
     
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    The do the gravy on fries thing in the south, here. Not a fan. On the other hand, I love a good poutine, so go figure.
     
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    yeah but there's gravy and then there's UK chip shop gravy ;-)
     
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    Washing up liquid to clean the fill up cups is always a must.
    PG tips , although Tea has never tasted right abroad ( apart from Kenya funnily enough)
    lots of ziplock bags for transporting stuff in
    paracetamol for the plane as I always get a headache
     
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    If you boil bottled water it tastes a lot better. I only boil enough for the tea before anyone goes all Eco on me :lol:
     
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    lipbalm and nail clippers :rolleyes: getting a WHOLE new view on Keith

    Not sure what a liquid pencil is, presume its fancy talk for a pen
     
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    :p It's important to be well maintained dontcha know :lol:

    although like you, I always have a headache when getting off the plane so paracetamol would be a good call too.
     
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    We only ever use bottled water for making tea and coffee :lol:
     

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