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Tue 28 May 19 17:09
Going to a stag night with the lads is nothing like a romantic getaway with your loved one, so box clever and make sure you bring all the essentials that will prepare you for any eventuality!
Here at The Stag's Balls, we have put together our ‘must have’ items to pack:
If you are taking off on one of The Stag's Balls' European stags, DO NOT FORGET your passport.
Also pack your driving license, so you can use this for club entry, rather than walking around town with a passport on you.
There is bound to be at least one suffering soul on this trip, so make sure it isn't you with some painkillers to get you through the day (and the next morning).
You should pack boxers, socks, shorts (if hot where you're going), jeans, t-shirts, shirts and a jacket. You may even want to pack a suit if you're all doing a formal evening.
Make sure to pack some smart shoes, as some clubs won't let you in if you look too casual.
Perfect for drinking games and it also helps kill time when you're stuck in the airport on the way back.
Bring one of these along so you can charge your mobile while on the go.
Something most of the group will probably forget, so make sure to get some of these. Worst case scenario, they do sell these in most airports!
Remember some hotels don’t provide bottled water in the room, so stock up in your local supermarket that day and keep a litre in the room to alleviate those morning sweats!
You will thank us for this one in the morning when alcohol breath takes over!
On the topic of alcohol breath, make sure you are fully packed with some sprays. Pick some travel size ones, so you are under the 100ml mark for airport security.
Don't be THAT guy who doesn’t brush his teeth.
Look as cool as the Fonz but be careful at airport security and just make sure your gel is under 100ml.
Block out the sun with some shades.
If you're going to a hot country then you should bring one that protects your eyes from 99-100% of UVA and UVB light, something those cheap ones simply won't do. For a quick translation, this normally means glasses that are labelled as 'UV 400'.
If something does go wrong, you may need to show your insurance details to a doctor. ALWAYS keep a copy on you.
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