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post #316 of 427
i bought this, only $4. Wonder how it is.

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post #317 of 427
Good luck. Take lots of pics and keep a journal.

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post #318 of 427
Doc B's is fine for laundry.

I brought it to europe for everything (ok well I may have also brought toothpaste even though they say it works just as well...it tastes funny and I don't think it has any of the abrasive polishing compounds) although I occasionally used real shampoo when available.

Just make sure its in a good bottle. I filled a couple of small bottles from the big retail bottle but one of them popped open in my bag and that concentrated shit is a BITCH to get out.
post #319 of 427
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Doc B's is fine for laundry.

I brought it to europe for everything (ok well I may have also brought toothpaste even though they say it works just as well...it tastes funny and I don't think it has any of the abrasive polishing compounds) although I occasionally used real shampoo when available.

Just make sure its in a good bottle. I filled a couple of small bottles from the big retail bottle but one of them popped open in my bag and that concentrated shit is a BITCH to get out.

Always put bottles of liquids inside ziplocks.
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post #321 of 427
^^^Perfect!
post #322 of 427
anyone know places to steer clear of when traveling the world? i heard sihanoukville in cambodia was bad.
post #323 of 427
Will there be a new thread when you are out of the planning and into the implementing/doing phase?
post #324 of 427
Didn't he leave already???
post #325 of 427
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Didn't he leave already???

I'm retarded...
post #326 of 427
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Didn't he leave already???

I'm retarded...

Nah, you're just beautiful.

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post #327 of 427
Here's my packlist for EBC, for what it's worth. About 7 kg in your pack, 2 kg on your body. The magic is the wool. It doesn't stink up when you wear it, so you can pack fewer clothes. Carry no blades, The ULA pack is under the size limit for carry-on, so it comes with you on the plane, no need for baggage check. Have fun. PM if you have questions.

ULA CDT 35- liter Backpack
Peter Hutchinson Designs Minum 400 down sleeping bag (-5 C) or Hispar 500 (-15 C)
Jag Bag silk sleeping bag liner
Mountain Hardware Phantom down jacket
RAB Photon lightweight insulated windproof
Marmot Precip raincoat
Icebreaker BodyFit Techtop 260 long sleeve wool top
Patagonia Cap 3 long sleeve synthetic top
Icebreaker BodyFit 150 wool leggings
Mountain Hardware Powerstretch synthetic leggings
2 pairs Icebreaker merino underwear
3 pairs wool walking socks
2 pairs liner socks
Inov-8 Terroc 345 GORE-TEX lightweight trainers
Superfeet (blue) insoles for trainers
Fjallraven lightweight trekking trousers
REI windproof mountaineering trousers
wool hat
Tilley wide brimmed sun hat
Lowe fleece gloves
Outdoor Research glove liners
trekking pole
Platypus 1 litre water bottle
iodine and neutralizer for water sterilization
sunblock
hand alcohol/sanitizing gel
toilet roll
ear plugs
doc bag
toothbrush
toothpaste
floss
shampoo
hair gel
lotion
bandages and moleskin
sunglasses
acetazolamide (for AMS)
ciprofloxacin (for gut infections)
tinidazole (for giardias)
amoxicillin (for upper respiratory infections)
ibuprofen
antacids
lozenges with anesthetic
Petzl Zipka2 headtorch w/lithium batteries
small Exped folding drybag
small journal/pen
alarm clock
Eagle Creek travel wallet
passport
money
credit cards
lip balm
camera
MSR microfiber travel towel

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post #328 of 427
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Didn't he leave already???

I'm retarded...

Even as I write this he is squatting under his neighbor's porch eating the last Oreo and debating how long it will take before his parents notice that he's gone.
post #329 of 427
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Here's my packlist for EBC, for what it's worth. About 7 kg in your pack, 2 kg on your body. The magic is the wool. It doesn't stink up when you wear it, so you can pack fewer clothes. Carry no blades, The ULA pack is under the size limit for carry-on, so it comes with you on the plane, no need for baggage check. Have fun. PM if you have questions.
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ULA CDT 35- liter Backpack
Peter Hutchinson Designs Minum 400 down sleeping bag (-5 C) or Hispar 500 (-15 C)
Jag Bag silk sleeping bag liner
Mountain Hardware Phantom down jacket
RAB Photon lightweight insulated windproof
Marmot Precip raincoat
Icebreaker BodyFit Techtop 260 long sleeve wool top
Patagonia Cap 3 long sleeve synthetic top
Icebreaker BodyFit 150 wool leggings
Mountain Hardware Powerstretch synthetic leggings
2 pairs Icebreaker merino underwear
3 pairs wool walking socks
2 pairs liner socks
Inov-8 Terroc 345 GORE-TEX lightweight trainers
Superfeet (blue) insoles for trainers
Fjallraven lightweight trekking trousers
REI windproof mountaineering trousers
wool hat
Tilley wide brimmed sun hat
Lowe fleece gloves
Outdoor Research glove liners
trekking pole
Platypus 1 litre water bottle
iodine and neutralizer for water sterilization
sunblock
hand alcohol/sanitizing gel
toilet roll
ear plugs
doc bag
toothbrush
toothpaste
floss
shampoo
hair gel
lotion
bandages and moleskin
sunglasses
acetazolamide (for AMS)
ciprofloxacin (for gut infections)
tinidazole (for giardias)
amoxicillin (for upper respiratory infections)
ibuprofen
antacids
lozenges with anesthetic
Petzl Zipka2 headtorch w/lithium batteries
small Exped folding drybag
small journal/pen
alarm clock
Eagle Creek travel wallet
passport
money
credit cards
lip balm
camera
MSR microfiber travel towel

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Impressively light. What's EBC?
post #330 of 427
Sorry for the acronym. Everest Base Camp (EBC)
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