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I was recently asked to try out the sets of packing cubes by TravelWise
and loved them. They come in a 3 piece set and a 5 piece set so you can select the one
that would work best for you. I liked the larger set because it
offers so much flexibility, but the smaller set is also excellent for travelers. Here's why.
Yes, the RFID-blocking is nice, and who wouldn't want an anti-theft bag, but the real reason I love my Secura Messenger bag is that is it supremely practical for travel.
Who couldn't benefit from having a tough and durable lightweight power source
to charge that flagging cellphone?.
I have a few must-haves when I travel. At the top of my list is a lightweight sturdy carryall
that's easy on my back. Actually, until I found the Sling Pack by Lewis N Clark that was more on my wish list. But now that it's here and real I won't travel without it.
The awesome new portable charger for smartphones this season is the myCharge HubPlus. The well-designed and compact HubPlus delivers the fastest possible recharge for smartphones, tablets,
E-readers, MP3 and BT speakers.
I confess that I wasn't initially wowed by the Pocket Poppet when the manufacturer sent me one to review. I liked the concept of a cardigan that tucks into its own carrying case but I expected it to have a hidden interior pocket for some
of the stuff that I always need to carry with me -- hotel keys and perhaps a cell phone.
But when I took my Poppet Cardigan on the Go!
on the road I fell totally in love.
You're going on a road trip and every day is a new place to stay, or your flying into several cities without staying more than one night or two in each. That means unpacking and repacking
every time. By the end of a few days, isn't everything just thrown around and then stuffed back into a suitcase? Don't you find yourself searching for that one sweater, or that pair of pants that you know is somewhere.
Enter the ZÜCA Flyer.
Like many people who travel a lot, I have special clothes that are the backbone of my on-
the-go wardrobe. The rule is sturdy and squishable -- delicate or temperamental fabrics are
useless. These clothes must handle abuse and keep their style and shape.
Robert Painter answers the questions: I just trekked over the 17, 769 foot Thorong La Pass in Nepal. This presents two
questions. What did I wear and carry and what in the world will I do with it now?
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April 1, 2017