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The Backpack Guide for Weekly Trips!

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Sahel season is here! We have missed these sun kisses and fresh breeze by the beach. We will probably be running away to Sahel every weekend to get our weekly dose of tanning; seriously tho, beach weekends are what make us feel alive through the hot summer.

And because we live in a fast paced world, there is basically only little or no time to plan a proper trip; so chances are that you will go on more random trips that you actually think. The thing about random trips that you will not have enough time to pack and you will end up bringing all the wrong things that you don’t need.

In order to avoid all this hustle and save you time and energy, we have prepared a list of the essential things you will need in every weekend; keep all the things mentioned below in a special backpack for your random unplanned adventures. So, whether you escape to Sahel every other weekend, your friends decide to head Sokhna unexpectedly, or you feel like taking a couple of days of and drive to Ras Sedr, you won’t be worrying about packing anymore!

Clothes:

  • Two pairs of shorts
  • Comfy pants
  • Beach Dress
  • Light Jacket
  • Two Tops/ Tshirts
  • Flip-flops
  • Underwear
  • Extra swim suit

Beach Basics:

  • Sunscreen/ Tanning oil
  • Sun glasses
  • Towel
  • Hair Band/ Head Scarf

Extra Products:

  • Skin mask
  • Body wash / Body Scrub
  • Wipes / Tissues
  • Body spree
  • Band aids
  • Pain Killers
  • Sanctuary pads

And don’t forget to bring some snacks for the road! Are you ready for the summer?!

 

 

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The statement of the decree is written in a gender-neutral way and doesn’t in any way put restrictions to a specific segment.

Here’s how some of the prominent Saudi figures reacted to the change, and their thoughts about it that was shared on twitter.

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