Your packing list

Your packing list

We feel that it’s important to carefully plan your trip to make your days in Belgium a little easier.

  • No blender—We have one in the guesthouse, don’t bother to bring one. We even have a Thermomix at your disposal.
  • Adaptor—For patients from the UK or USA, you want to bring an appropriate adapter for use of your electrical equipment.
  • Entertainment—Feel free to bring personal entertainment items such as a laptop, music, books, journals, crosswords, etc.  The first few days after surgery you will probably spend most of the time resting in our Guesthouse 2pass Clinic.
  • Personal items that make you smile —stuffed animals, Bible, family pictures, etc.
  • Comfortable clothes and pyjamas— Some patients walk around the entire week in pyjamas after surgery, and that is fine for us. Avoid clothes with a tight-fitting neck. Thinks with zippers that don’t have to pass over the head are the easiest. Comfort before fashion is the key for your clothes selection.
  • Concealer—Patients still have bruising after 1 week. You need a good concealer to cover your blue stains if you don’t want to attract too much attention going home.
  • Scarf—If you want to make a walk around the block or go to the nearby park, also when returning home a scarf is very handy to cover the face and make you feel more comfortable.
  • Sunglasses—Come in handy as well to hide swollen or bruised eyes.

Please help us to complete this list. Make a comment below what you think is a must.

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