Checklist for US Trip

I am heading to US via UA858 tomorrow. As always, I always wait for the last minute to pack up everything. ENFP is not compatible with GTD.

The first US trip made me excited for weeks ahead of it, and now, it becomes another working day. However, my personality type always welcomes difference, and loves something new, not routine, and travel (including business travel) is the most exciting thing.

The improvement this time is, I made a check list of important things:

  1. Passport (verify that the Visa is still valid)
  2. Credit Card (one main and one backup)
  3. 100 USD cash + some changes.
  4. Driver’s License and an English translation (Translation is optional for SFO)
  5. Laptop and chargers
  6. Two mobile phones and chargers
  7. Network cable
  8. My notebook and several pens
  9. My name card
  10. Small gifts

I am on UA858 tomorrow the whole day, and it is again, the longest day in summer, starting from 0:00 AM, June 2, 2009, and ends at 15:00, June 3, 2009 – 39 hours. If I travel in winters, the day will be even longer – 40 hours because of the Day Light Saving.

See you in US.

P.S. In case you haven’t followed this blog long enough, I am flying to San Francisco

P.S.2 Ashish, I really cannot fly to your city. The next time, OK?

8 Comments

  1. type error? I guess should be July 2 to July 3 ?

  2. Safe travels and happy landings to you, Jian Shuo :-)

  3. Hey Jianshuo,

    As a fellow ENFP, I am very disappointed I cannot meet up with you on this U.S. trip. I will be in Toronto, Princeton, and Connecticut for next 2 weeks. I hope you have a good trip, and cross paths with you at future time. Safe travels, and see you next time!

  4. Hey Jianshuo,

    I will go to state in august this year,and I want know if the domestic drive licence can use in US,and it is said it is available and just need a english translatoion,I mentioned you were had that one,which style the translation is? Can you show me yours,if you have time,PLS give me some advice,thks!

  5. @Stephen, although it is said a translation is needed, I never used that. At least in San Francisco, and Los Angelas Airport AVIS. I just give them the China driver’s license. That is it.

  6. @Stephen, although it is said a translation is needed, I never used that. At least in San Francisco, and Los Angelas Airport AVIS. I just give them the China driver’s license. That is it.

  7. Thanks,Jianshuo,and could you mail me and give the patterns of the driver’s licence translation.

  8. I don’t have a translation.

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