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Re: What's a girl to wear? #58338
10/26/02 03:54 PM
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Re: What's a girl to wear? #58339
10/26/02 05:45 PM
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Ladies,
Hello from Moultrie!!
I always tend to travel heavy... for a month's trip, I usually take 4-5 pair shorts, tops, several bathing suits and coverups, and one or two sundresses. One pair of sandles, not much makeup, scrunchies...
When are you going???? Would love to meet up with you.... I know many teachers in your area, as I have worked with cheerleaders all over GA for years.
You will love Belize!
Vicki
PS: But you can leave your Bulldawg stuff at home smile ....

Re: What's a girl to wear? #58340
10/26/02 11:30 PM
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I get better at the clothes thing every time I go. I'm a short fat over 40 (no tattle tales please about how much over 40 confused ) woman and have actually found that anything that FITS around the waist is too hot when the wind stops blowing.
I've also found that T-shirt material, even when it's a tank top, is often too hot. cool T-shirts that are called "Uni-sex' (ha ha) that fit around the neck or are made of good quality heavy knit material are definitely too hot. As was said, lightweight cotton is best. I like sleeveless shifts, especially the long ones. They are good as a cover-up over a swimsuit during the day or for going out at night. Soft long skirts or dresses that swirl nicely in the breeze are definitely very sexy.
Take several swimsuits.
Harriette
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Re: What's a girl to wear? #58341
10/26/02 11:59 PM
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Ibanole - I root for Fla State too now. It was my first choice but the out of state tuition nixed it!!

Re: What's a girl to wear? #58342
10/27/02 03:01 AM
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Scubaldy nailed it.

Here's part of a post I made a while ago:

You can wear shorts all the time if you want, but I think you'd enjoy it if you took along a couple of sundresses or kicky skirts. Always wear your shoes in the bars/clubs because of broken glass, etc. Flip flops aren't too effective against broken glass but they're better than nothing I guess.
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Like Scubaldy, I too like to wear long skirts that blow around my legs in the breeze too. Like her, it makes me feel sexy. I always take along a bunch of casual long skirts but that's my personal style. If I looked better in a short skirt, maybe that would be my style instead. Regardless, skirts and sundresses are still what I like to wear in the evening. Nothing fancy though. And I like to dance, so I've always got sandals that are comfy but have nice firm soles and made such a way that I can still walk in the sand with them on. I've usually got a couple of pairs cuz if it rains, well, I'll need the other pair. smile

Another thing that was mentioned in this thread and I'll go along with also, is taking along a light jacket or light knit sweater. When the northers come down in December, it can get chilly at night. You probably won't need it, but you'd rather have it and not use it, than not have it and need it.


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Re: What's a girl to wear? #58343
10/27/02 10:51 AM
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All these responses are right on. You won't use half the things you bring down and you'll probably end up wearing a couple of your most comfortable and favorites over and over again. Don't worry, cause Casa T has a washer and dryer. To be honest, I lived in swimsuits with coverup or shorts and a t top with built in bra. And that might be another thing to leave at home (lol) - Teva's are great but again, I found I didn't wear shoes at all or if I did, once I got to my destination, I quickly took them off. Putting my real shoes back on when we left AC felt really strange. When did you say you were going (I thought june/july?) Will she need a jacket/light sweater then?

Re: What's a girl to wear? #58344
10/27/02 04:17 PM
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Oh, geez, no, won't need the sweater in June/July. As for shoes, I know everyone loves not wearing their shoes, even me. But the beach and the streets have been getting more junk in them especially since the hurricane and you can get a nasty cut. Let's not even talk about the occasional worm. I have twice cut my feet on something in the sand. It's nasty and can't be properly healed until home.

On my walks, I'm always picking up pieces of glass and nails, even on the beach, especially down by Big Daddy's and the play park.


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Re: What's a girl to wear? #58345
10/27/02 06:10 PM
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UMBRELLA! You must have at least one umbrella. . I hope to find a white umbrella to use as much to keep the sun off cool as to stay dry. I take one that folds down very small so it fits in any bag so I am always prepared. As the song goes it never rains - it pours! BTW – it can rain any day of the year. This is not a bad thing – it keeps the plants lush. (The rum keeps the people lush :p )
Harriette


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Re: What's a girl to wear? #58346
10/27/02 11:01 PM
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An umbrella? I just take along those little disposable raincoats that come folded up the size of a purse pack of kleenex. It'll last the amount of time I'm there and the need that I'll have for it (if any) and it doesn't weigh anything in my suitcase.

Last Xmas season though, it rained so often and so hard (I was there for 3 weeks) that I had to go to the hardware and buy a yellow slicker. That made one person very happy when I left it behind. I wonder if I could get it back if and when I need it again? hee hee


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Re: What's a girl to wear? #58347
10/28/02 12:30 AM
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