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Jul
28

How to Fix a Broken Suitcase

A broken suitcase doesn’t automatically have to go in the trash bin. That’s because suitcase technology has come a long way in the last century. When I was a kid, my grandmother—who was born in 1919—told me the story of packing her cardboard suitcase to go on vacation. She strapped the suitcases to the back of the car and drove through a rainstorm, only to arrive and discover the suitcase had dissolved in...
Aug
13

What Do I Need in My Travel First-Aid Kit?

What Do I Need in My Travel First-Aid Kit? By Ashley Rossi is always ready for her next trip. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram for travel tips, destination ideas, and off the beaten path spots. When you pack for a trip, especially a trip overseas, it’s easy to forget about medications and first-aid. That’s why you should always bring a basic first-aid kit with you on your travels.   I always keep a pre-packed first-aid kit ready to go so I...
Mar
21

Packing For a Cruise

Packing For a Cruise Packing – is it your least favourite part of a holiday? Do you struggle with what to pack and when you finally get it all together, you don’t have enough space? Tedious. The fact there is no weight limit for luggage on a cruise is extremely attractive to everyone, but what happens when you are flying to meet your ship? The job of packing completely changes when there is a weight limit involved...
Mar
15

Ideal Umbrellas for Every Traveler Type

Ideal Umbrellas for Every Traveler Type   Most of the time, we put umbrellas to the test on the go. But after tossing one too many umbrellas into public trash cans after dramatic technical failures (popped hinges! ripped fabric! Sound familiar?), we decided it was high time for a more methodical approach to finding a great travel umbrella. We’ve narrowed down the field to 10 umbrellas, ones that withstood being opened and closed (all...
Mar
11

Choose Your Perfect Suitcase Like a Pro

Choose Your Perfect Suitcase Like a Pro December 31, 2014 3:46 pm by Julianne Lowell   There are so many suitcase options out there, many with bells and whistles and add-ons galore. It can get pretty overwhelming. So how do you know what to look for when shopping for a new carry-on or checked bag? We’re here to help. Size and Weight First, narrow down your luggage search by focusing on size and weight. We all know that the airlines...

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