*P.S——, you can ignore 'Software', although a silk liner is great for extra warmth or dodgy sheets in a B&B.
Sandals/Thongs for walking about town
Small pack for around town when needed
Rain cover for backpack
Inner water proof bag for backpack
Bum bag for items to which you need access
Waterproof map cover
Two pairs shorts
One pair long trousers
One pair merino leggings
One merino thermal top
One pair pj's that can function at a push as a top
Five pairs undies (ones that dry quickly)
Five pairs wool socks
iPad with Kindle App
Cloud Collecting Handbook**
Moisturiser with SPF^
Avon Skin So Soft (for the midges)^^
Bug Spray for the other bugs
Antihistamine cream for horse-fly bites
Hayfever pills, eye drops and nose spray^^^
See-thru plastic bags
** Essential. Otherwise how can you recall which clouds you have seen (aka collected) and which you haven't.
*** If you are staying in B&B's they'll often have this anyway so you can use theirs and top up yours when needed. I didn't advocate that.
^ The English sun is no competitor to the Australian, I use this as sunscreen and moisturiser. But if you don't re-apply you will get burnt at first.
^^ See Aunty Di.
^^^ If you get hayfever at home, the hayfever you get here is like torture to a bumped knee.
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