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Recovery and Pack list

Recovering from travel injuries and reassessing travel essentials

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Back home for now....

Recovery

I spent nearly 2 months at home after the accident recovering at home with my parents.
The concussion, bruises, scars, etc gradually faded and the surgeon in Melbourne gave my neck and back the OK soon enough. However the leg and ankle took their time to repair.
It was also a good chance to see my folks again, and they made it really easy for me the whole time! :-)

Insurance

My insurance company were awesome. They replaced all of my clothes and damaged items - anything I could list, and paid all expenses without involving me at all.

Packing List

Since I was back home, it was a good opportunity to reassess what I really need for a round the world trip.
Here's what I came down to

  • Osprey Atmos 50L pack
  • Pack cover (for waterproofing and air security)
  • Waterproof jacket
  • 1 pair Keen sandals
  • 1 pair Merrel Waterpro shoes
  • 1 Kathmandu Merino Fleece
  • 1 Kathmandu merino 200 long sleeve
  • 1 Icebreaker merino 150 long sleeve
  • 3 Icebreaker merino 150 t-shirts
  • 1 pair Prana stretch hiking trouses
  • 1 pair Prana knicks (Prana
  • 1 pair cotton shorts
  • 1 pair Duchamp swimmers (thanks Thu)
  • 1 good shirt
  • 5 pairs travel boxers
  • 3 pair socks
  • 1 pair Icebreaker merino thermals
  • Usual toiletries
  • Amazon Kindle 3G (brilliant device!)
  • Medical kit
  • Glasses + prescription
  • Headlamp
  • Chargers and adaptors
  • Travel towel
  • iPod shuffle
  • Camera
  • USB Storage
  • Pocket knife
  • Passport and photocopies
  • Details for all Embasies and consulates for countries being visited

Wiggle Your Big Toe

After a lucky recovery and eventually feeling good, I decided to resume an active life starting at a detox, yoga and healing centre in Thailand....

Posted by SkinnyFists 04:15 Archived in Australia

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