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Bret shows you how to pack light when traveling abroad.

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  • Wow, impressive kit – I particularly liked that you bring a sewing kit and the magic notepad is really quite brilliant! I enjoy how you are doing this vlog just where you happen to be – most just looking quizzically as they pass by… You seemed to have acclimated nicely as if you born unto the element of travel their – I really never considered India in my bucket list for world travel, perhaps I should… Much thanks for sharing such excellent footage and information!

  • Welcome my friend. That how travel ib our bikes in Southeast Asia. No need think about food, sleep… you always can find good and room for sleep 💤 here for cheapest price!!! India Thailand, Malaysia 🇲🇾, Indonesia 🇮🇩, Laos 🇱🇦, Combodgia, Nepal and so on! Motocykle travel paradise. 12 months in a year, 24 hours every day

  • Hey Bret, the videography in your India series is stunning! Would you mind sharing what equipment you are using to shoot some of the in motion segments (like at the train station)? Looks like you had a drone too.

  • I would not store my passport in a backpack. To dangerous. I always use money belts for passport, credit card and cash since many years and never got something stolen….

  • I tried packing light on one of my trips after watching your video and just realised how much unnecessary stuff I was carrying on my trips before! It was a real eye-opener. Thank you!

  • hello bret,i am abhinav from delhi, india .i love you videos and the way you teach riders the art of ridings. few month back I was thinking to drop u a message say I wish u were in India and now I see you are here.i am a new rider ,riding from a year now have a 312 cc bike and now planning to upgrade to a adventure bike and being a globetrotter I wanna travel my place on my bike now so now I am planning to upgrade to a new adventure bike and I have some questions to lear out before I buy one and I think you can answer my confusion.how can I get in touch with you and are u also planning a visit to delhi, if yes then it would be really great to meet you sir.

  • Great video. I'm a stickler about packing light. Learned a while back that extra stuff just takes up space and can be a hassle to keep up with. So I admire your packability of your gear. How did you like the backpack / day pack you were using? I didn't notice any links to the gear so I was wondering how some of gear held up in India.