As life happens, as the world changes, new doors open in front of us, pass new pages and new life begins. At the end there are people and places that make life more exciting Our installment buyings living. If you happen to travel abroad this summer, you want to recommend how to equip your suitcase / backpack - At least haves if you're traveling to tropical countries . - Any forget you can complicate the adventure. It stands to reason that the farther away and / or longer are going to be away from home have fewer things to carry. Therefore dispenses with all that you can buy on the road. Remember, more is not better take. Backpack / trolley suitcase (wheels) and double, ie 2 in 1. With backpack / suitcase separable from the main days. Rolling luggage rather than carry it requires much less effort and you can shoot it almost always. A backpack / suitcase will make little day you travel (round trip) without having to move all the luggage. Also to save the most fragile objects on airplanes, buses, etc. . It is very useful. Plastic briefcase and slides (sealed) - It is not difficult to wet your luggage in some way, better if important (documents and electronic) is protected from water. Personal Protection-Protective Sunscreen preferably total. Mosquito repellent (note that DEET has an amount of at least 30%. Sunglasses and Caps /. -Middle Travel Guide lonelyplanet world travels though sometimes slightly updated its recommendations are or are clearly concerned. A very interesting virtual guide is Wikitravel. Cash-You'll find places that do not have ATM in many hours of traveling around. Preferably currency: $ U. S. , is the only currency accepted worldwide. Netbook-The world is full of Internet shops, most hotels have wireless internet connection, using your own computer will be much more convenient and faster. There are camera-compact cameras with which, if you're a lover of photography, get as good images as bulky and heavy with the reflex. Phone "free" - will be very useful, preferably Smartphone. Buying local card, you will be located, you can make reservations by phone and download your travel guide, your airline tickets (print is sometimes a hassle), record video, listen to music or podcasts on travel, etc. . Health authorities in your community will inform you in detail everything you need, depending on the risks of your destinations in time to the recommended medication. With half of what you recommend will be enough. My suggestion of what is essential: malaria medication, anti-inflammatory, serum sodium, topical disinfectant, cortisone, the rest of the medication you can buy on the road. . . .