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Hedo II Packing List

  • Basic toiletries
    • Shampoo
    • Conditioner
    • Makeup
    • Razor ( & cord if electric)
    • Shaving cream
    • Hair gel, spray etc.
    • Comb, Brush
    • Deodorant
    • Toothbrush
    • Toothpaste
    • Floss
    • Nail clippers
    • Nail file.
    • Scissors
    • Tweezers
    • Whatever else you cannot live without. The rooms usually have shampoo, lotion, and conditioner but don't count on it.

  • First aid supplies:
    • Band-Aids (big pads for skin abrasions as well as an assortment of smaller ones)
    • Waterproof Bandage tape
    • Neosporin
    • Needle
    • Bonine or Dramamine for boat trips
    • Hydrogen Peroxide to clean cuts.
    • Hydrocortisone cream (anti itch)
    • Aloe Vera gel (after sun)
    • Bactine Spray for sunburns
    • Immodium AD
    • Pepto Bismol
    • Vinegar - jellyfish stings
    • Antihistamine
    • Tums
    • Visine Eye Drops
    • Advil or your favorite pain killer
    • Pepcid AC or a prescription for Prilosec (after several days of constant drinking you will be glad to have these)
    • Insect repellent.

  • Identification
    • Passport or birth certificate with raised seal (county certificate, not hospital) - verify documentation requirements with travel agency.
    • Picture ID - drivers license is fine.

  • Miscellaneous
    • Plenty of small bills for tipping at the airport, taxi's, shuttle driver
    • Binoculars - for sightseeing
    • Extra hangers
    • Portable hair dryer - the ones in the resort are ok, but low on power.
    • CD's to play in the room - burn copies (or make mix CD's) instead of taking the originals.  No big deal if they get lost or damaged..
    • Lint Brush
    • Post it notes
    • Highlighter - to highlight activities on your activity schedule
    • Dirty clothes bag
    • Travel Iron
    • Plastic Wallets - keeps money & credit cards dry while swimming.
    • Disposable waterproof camera - for boat trips & snorkling picture taking
    • Small packets of stain remover (shout)
    • Small Febreeze for freshening clothes
    • Duct tape (small)
    • AT&T phone card for calls home. You can call from your room (Appx $3.00 per call to get the AT&T operator, a $50.00 deposit is required at check-in) with your card or use the lobby phone. Conversion is about 8 of your card minutes for 1 minute of actual talk time.
    • Camera and film (or memory cards for digital cameras) and batteries.  Rechargeables and a small charger works well.
    • Small power strip - to plug in cameras, rechargers.  Not necessary, but convenient
    • Plastic bags, they come in handy for repacking, keeping your camera dry and clean at the beach, etc.
    • Something to mark your beach chair with be it a small sign, a colorful towel of your own, etc. Binder clips or small clamps to help keep your towel in place on your beach chair.
       
  • Suncare
    • Hat - wide brimmed, baseball cap
    • Sunglasses
    • Sunscreen - the sun is very hot in Jamaica. Take 30 spf and 15spf. It is a good idea to come with a base tan already in place.
    • Lip balm with sunscreen

  • Beach/Pool
    • Large insulated mug 32-64oz (Wal Mart carries a wide variety).  These cut down trips to the bar.
    • Water bottle - your body needs water, especially when you are drinking alcohol
    • Small beach bag to carry stuff down to the beach and pool
    • Portable CD player with headphones
    • CD's - burn copies (or make mix CD's) instead of taking the originals.  No big deal if they get lost or damaged..
    • Books

  • Toga Night
    • Make your toga ahead of time OR at the resort (Hedo provides sheets)
    • Belt, rope, sash - to tie your outfit in creative ways - or use a thin strip of sheet
    • Bobby pins
    • Safety Pins
    • Head wear - olive branches
    • Sandals

  • PJ Party
    • Anything goes. 
    • Nightshirt
    • Boxers
    • Lingerie
    • Leather
    • Body paint
    • Humorous
  • Other Theme night attire (check schedule)
    • Reggae
    • Disco
    • 60's/70's
    • Fantasy
    • Check theme party schedule for specific nights.
  • Ladies
    • Dress at the resort is casual.  Almost anything is acceptable, from resort casual to skimpy, sheer etc...
    • Eyewear - contacts or glasses - bring spares.
    • Shorts
    • Sundresses (for evenings)
    • Swimsuits
    • Beach wraps
    • Old swimsuits for chlorinated hot tubs - suits will fade
    • Beach Thongs
    • Water shoes to protect your feet from rocks and sea urchins.
    • Sandals
    • Casual Shoes
    • Casual Belts
    • Casual pants (if needed)
    • Casual blouses, halter tops
    • T-shirts
    • Windbreaker
    • Underwear
    • Toga & accessories
    • PJ party attire
    • Gym clothes & shoes if you plan to work out in the gym
    • Tampons/sanitary napkins.
    • Gym clothes & shoes if you plan to work out in the gym

  • Men:
    • Dress at the resort is casual.  Pastafari requires leather shoes and tailored shorts or long pants.
    • Eyewear - contacts or glasses - bring spares.
    • Underwear
    • Casual Shoes
    • Casual Socks
    • Casual Belts
    • Casual pants
    • Casual Shirts
    • T-shirts
    • Windbreaker
    • Shorts
    • Swimming Trunks
    • Old swimsuits for chlorinated hot tubs - suits will fade
    • Beach Thongs
    • Sandals
    • Toga & accessories
    • PJ party attire
    • water shoes to protect your feet from rocks and sea urchins.
    • Gym clothes & shoes if you plan to work out in the gym