I’m fairly sure (work with me here) that it’s a washbag from Buckingham Palace. It’s pretty big. An iPhone 13 Pro Max can stand upright in it.
I figured that a backpack during the summer in Orlando wouldn’t be fun. So this was an essential purchase. (I’ve used a Superdry washbag a number of times in the parks, but this is way cooler and slightly bigger.)
With my trip less than three weeks away, I’ve started packing and I’ve been trialling the new bag. I may have put too much stuff in it. It’s kinda heavy.
Lightweight Columbia jacket that I use as a poncho
Mini umbrella (never taken one before)
Glasses case with indoor glasses
Spare mask and mask chain
Tablet box with various pills
MagSafe battery for my iPhone
Small power bank and two short cables
Glasses cord and spare
Nose plugs (for Volcano Bay drop rides)
I’m thinking about the number of things you’ll need to take out of the bag to get through the metal detectors without setting them off and it seems like a lot - umbrella, glasses case, phone battery, power bank, and maybe the fan. I think you’ve gone overboard. I would dump the power bank (although I’m not clear on the difference between a MagSafe battery and a power bank), the fan, and the umbrella at least.
Hmm. I’m not a puncho-up and power through kind of a guy. If it rains, I find somewhere to hide. So the jacket is to get me there (though it’s water-resistant rather than watwrproof). I also use the jacket for wet-rides. But it will be the summer. Maybe an umbrella is all that will be required. (But I always wear a wide-brimmed hat. Why I need an umbrella at all?)
Not really. Though the power brick is really small. You could fit two of them into a packet of cigarettes.
Water is really heavy, so I never carry it around.
I was kinda looking round the house thinking “Ooh! That might be useful.” Also, I was talked into buying the umbrella by a friend and I’ve never used it. It was slightly expensive so I feel bad about buying it.
But if I take too much stuff out then the bag will be too big!
I don’t wear shoes that give me blisters. That’s why my shoes look tatty; once I find a pair that are comfortable, I wear them until they fall apart. I have weird feet, so it’s hard to find ones that work.