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You know when you are half way through a trip somewhere and you think to yourself; “dang, I should have brought…” Well that’s what this post is for. I have travel the world many times over and found some things, as small as they might be, to come in more useful than one would think. No, I’m not talking about […]
Thereâ€™s no shortage of travel guide books, books that list 1001 places to see before you die, and plenty of great tales from the road books. What there is a shortage of is good books to help you plan a round the world style trip. I have spent many an hour browsing the books at my local Barnes N Noble […]
Wine Skins â€“ Get your booze home safe. Who can argue the fact that buying tax free booze isnâ€™t one of the best perks about traveling? I sure canâ€™t. But with buying duty free liquor comes the dilemma of getting it home in one piece. Airline luggage handlers sure donâ€™t care if a bottle of Crown Royal breaks in your […]
Everyone wants to be able to pack light, and it’s usually a challenge. I know I always end up taking more than I use, or at least items that I don’t use. Tim Ferris, the author of The 4-Hour Workweek offers some insights in a recent blog post on how to travel the world with 10lbs or less. He also […]
Pack â€“ It Double Cube â€“ Great idea for rolling backpacks. When it comes to packing a rolling backpack, every inch counts. Because the packs are smaller, it makes packing them a little complicated. The Pack â€“ It Double cubes a perfect solution. You can use these marvels of modern technology keep you backpack organized and efficiently packed.
Travel Essentials packing tip makes a couple good points. 2-You definitely do not need more than three pairs of shoes. 4-Since you only wear half of what you take, take half to begin with, then wear half of that. Sure, it depends where you’re going, for how long, and why. If you’re going to Paris on business and then meeting […]