It is basically just a large rectangle of cotton, but I’ve used it as a towel, as a picnic or beach blanket, scarf against the cold, shawl against the sun (or to go into churches), blanket on long coach journeys, dress or skirt when I’ve been swimming. Oh, and folded up to make a pillow.
What do you get the travel-loving female for the holidays when you want to get her more than just a stocking stuffer? You put together a themed travel gift pack, that’s what!
We get a lot of questions from first-time travelers. A common one involves whether or not staying in mixed hostel dorms is a good idea. Caroline gives us the low-down on hostel dorm life.
You can take a yoga holiday anywhere around the world. Flissy helps us to prepare by providing her packing list for yoga retreats, and a light one at that.
When I was purchasing it, the sales clerk got me a little paranoid attempting to push me to buy a carrier to put the backpack in for when I check it at the airport. He said that airlines will refuse the bag and it is guaranteed to get destroyed on the conveyor belts.
Long-haul or short-haul, we have you covered. Crafting the perfect plane outfit is all about comfort and versatility and not making it look like you’re walking around in pajamas.
The last thing you want to hear at check-in is you’re overweight and need to pay a fee. If you’re guilty of the dreaded repack at check-in, you may want to read this post.
Chile is a South American country with a diverse and expansive landscape and many climates. Packing is tough! In this packing list for Chile, Yvonne gives us her best tips.
Here’s something a little bit different for your weekend – diy luggage tag tutorials! We have fabric, decoupage and laminate, so I’m sure there is an option for everyone.
Cute little gift ideas for the female traveler in your life. Don’t let the holiday season sneak up on you this year – get a head start on your list by using this guide!