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Most people have tried it - rushed out of expensive hotels, motel or from a campsite and also got the place to find discover we had left out something of value. Clothes, phone chargers, shampoos, medicine, books, tent pegs - you name it, we've left it behind. And today the problem is two-fold - did the hotel (maid) assume it had been something for lost and found in order to be thrown out? And how much will it cost you to have it shipped to you If it's found?
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Here are a few ideas to prevent you from leaving things behind to start with.
Don't unpack anything until you require it. Many sweaters and bathrobes are left around the hanger behind bathroom doors since the party anticipated needing them and then forgot they'd unpacked them. Or they hang a dirty shirt there when taking a shower. If you're staying for any serious length of time (a few days to some week) and also you don't wish to mix dirty clothes with clean things inside your suitcase, place the soiled clothes inside a drawer by themselves until you leave. Do NOT put them in a white laundry or garbage bag on the ground. Should you accidentally let it rest behind, the maid will assume it is either garbage or unwanted and can usually trash it and it'll never reach lost and located.
Perform a walk-through when you check out. Look under beds, behind open doors (especially to the bathroom) as well as in all the drawers. Look into the bed linens also - sometimes valuable items get up to date in sheets and spreads and are never seen again. Look into the shower for shampoos or conditioners, the bathroom for medicines including within the cabinet whether it opens. Check electrical outlets specifically for phone chargers - they and camera battery or iPod chargers are THE most typical items left behind plus some are not worth shipping home when they only cost $15 to exchange. If camping, perform a walk-through from the whole area - underneath the tent and picnic table areas, close to the fire pit and close to where the car was sitting. They are where lots of items that drop out of pockets are usually based in the light of day.