02 Jul How I Packed for South Africa
Source: Fuji vs Fuji
Note: This post has been written over the course of a week, and partially during my trip with spotty access to WiFi, so it is not as clear or concise as I’d like.
I thought I was way ahead of the game, and that I’d have lots of time to get a few more prepping posts online, but busy times at work and in life resulted in my trip sneaking up on me.
As I sit in Schiphol airport waiting to connect to Johannesburg, I’m left with nothing but time to reflect and write about how things turned out.
There’s been some pretty big shifts in my packing strategy since I last wrote about it, so I’ll try to do a decent summary.
Think Tank Airport Essentials
My Think Tank Airport Essentials arrived a few weeks ago. This bag has supplanted my Incase “DSLR” Pro Pack as my daily backpack for carrying my work essentials and some camera gear to work and home every day. I love it.
Unfortunately, despite my best efforts, there was no hope it was going to be enough bag for my entire trip, largely due to the longer telephoto lenses I felt obligated to bring. The amount of stuff I can get in this bag is incredible, and without those zooms,1 I could easily do two weeks of travel out of the Airport Essentials.
I sort of felt like I was failing here, but my wife and I resigned ourselves to having to
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