American money is more universal than you may think.
The Clear View Waterproof Travelon Pouch is a simple self seal plastic case that allows your cell phone, money or valuables to be submerged under water about 65 feet.
Need a way to feel safer when you travel solo? Kate gives us a review of her ila dusk personal alarm and tells why she never leaves home without it.
A better way to carry laundry detergent: laundry sheets! These act as laundry detergent, fabric softener and anti-static in one.
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.
Another one little thing on the site! See why Julia can’t travel without a fresh, clean pillowcase in this latest interview.
Are you the type of person that get welts when bitten by mosquitos? Tanya is, and that’s why she never travels without bug repellent. Find her recommendations inside.
Wet towels, swimsuits and clothes just hand-washed on the road are best left to dry on a Rick Steves braided laundry line. Read more about Diana’s one little thing.
Mariah shares her one little thing she can’t travel without – the black maxi dress. Find out why she loves this versatile piece of clothing on her adventures around the world.
Find out more on the one little thing Laura Bronner packs and uses to sooth dry, chapped skin, bug bites and sun burns.