I got a large cup of coffee and secured my seat in a deserted aisle. It was a nice place to tidy my stuff. My daypack that I take on the plane doesn't have a partition and it is like a simple sack. If I put a lot of small things in this daypack, they would be mixed up and I would have to take out all the stuff to find what I need.
I figured out a good idea this time. I prepared two cases that are often used in desk jobs. Originally these cases were used for papers. Next, I got additional smaller cases and put them into each case. This made it easy to arrange my stuff. You can see how it looked in the following picture.
Maps, pens, memopads, disposable mules, head holding pillow, PDAs, portable GPS, iPod, noise-cancelling phone, digital camera, spare batteries, cellphone, some other electric gadgets, disposable wet towels, wet tissue papers, electric shaver, toothbrush, comb,,,so much stuff in the daypack.
Lastly I changed my radio-controlled watch into Tag-Heuer that shows Canadian Pacific Time and then my domestic cellphone to a Motorola. You can see the procedure of transfer of the small IC memory card in the second picture.
tidy [他](部屋・机などを)を整頓(せいとん)する, 片づける
mule 《通例複数形で》(かかとのない) つっかけスリッパ