We thought our beloved pack towels were the best option, that is until we discovered Turkish towels for travel. They’re like a cross between a sarong, a scarf and a towel.
Camille speaks highly of the Turkish travel towel and how it benefits her travels. She loves them so much, she always has two in her bag at any given time.
The bra stash isn’t easy to access, nor is the money belt, so what’s the alternative? We were recently introduced to the Buddy Pouch, a product made for fitness with as many uses for travel.
The real benefit of passport covers has been something I’ve questioned over the years. Would I recommend them to HPL readers?
Do you pack duct tape? This post covers why you should consider it. As the saying goes: If it can’t be fixed with duct tape, you’re not using enough duct tape.
If you are health-conscious, fond of relaxing at your destination with a hot drink, and trying to make friends abroad, some awesome tea sachets will help you out!
From reading books in hostel dorms to finding bathrooms at night at a music festival campground, a travel headlamp can easily be worth its weight in gold.
Traveling with reusable water bottles is one thing. Traveling with a collapsible, foldable water bottle is another. Read on: Vapur water bottle review.
We’re going to be staying at an Airbnb apartment during our time in NY. There won’t be a safe or a locker where we can store valuables like extra cash and our passports. What would you suggest we do?
Wysi Wipes can be used as a wash cloth while traveling, as a dish cloth while camping, as an on-the-go sponge bath in the Bangkok airport at 2 AM, for first aid, for general cleaning and probably a million and one other things.
The one odd little thing I always carry with me is a plastic “spork”, a multipurpose utensil that is part spoon, part fork, and has a serrated edge so it can used as knife.
There’s nothing quite like having the comforts of home with you while you’re traveling. My travel mug means I can cozy up with a cup of tea whenever I am feeling homesick.