I recently returned from a week-long trip to Florida to visit a friend. (I know, I know. Florida in June?! I must be daft. All I can say is at least it wasn’t July or August, and thank goodness I generally love the heat. I have spent over four years hopping hemispheres for endless summer, after all.)
And although I normally travel with everything I own, this time I left just about everything behind in Toronto while taking this side-trip. In fact, not only did I not bring my usual bags, I brought no bags at all.
You may recall my post about Preparing for the No Baggage Challenge in which I emptied the contents of my purse and decided how to “pack” for such a trip. As the second installment of my No Baggage Challenge series of trips and posts this summer, I’ve written about the experience of Flying With No Baggage over at the No Baggage Challenge website.
In it, I write about the ups and downs (pun intended) of flying with no bags; from issues of security, to in-flight comfort, and – of course – adventures in clearing customs.
Please hop on over there to check out the post in full!