Packing Tips for Carry On Luggage. . If you watched my last video on Why I broke up with my Backpack over Carry On Luggage, this is part two.
Why I broke up with my backpack over a carry on (VIDEO) These days I find I’ve downsized my backpacker’s backpack and suitcase luggage to a carryon sized luggage. Oh, I still love my Northface Terra 45 backpacker’s backpack and I’d recommend it to anyone who were going backpacking. It served me well when I was backpacking […]
How many times to do you feel nervous about walking around and doing things, when you’re only dressed in your towel? What freaks me out is the thought that at any moment, that towel I’ve tucked in could unexpectedly fall,
Packing Tip: How to Keep your Money Organized on the road (watch it or read it) Today I’m going to share with you a quick packing tip and they have to do with Ziploc and I promise they’re not an advertising for Ziploc.
One of the things I hate about travel is being a slave to overpriced water vendors at airports. There’s no way I like spending $5 on a 16oz bottle of water just because TSA security confiscated mine. Unlike saving my used plastic water bottles for reuse– something I occasionally, still do— I take my […]
As a female solo traveler, I’m constantly thinking of ways to protect my valuables and to not show that I have them.
This is because I have to be my own Superman and “tourist carrying a DSLR camera” usually equates big money for depressed economies and desperate folk.
How do I protect my valuables when I travel?
I don’t wear money belts….
Traveling to multiple countries? Changing climates? Looking for ways to put your luggage on a diet? I’m a big fan of packing light and smart. Versatile and convertible fashion accessories can go a long way, when you’re on the road and the constant go.
Travel friends have been curious how I budgeted for my several months on the road and how much I spent on India and Southeast Asia. Okay, let’s start with the general topic of budgeting.
When I started out, the idea that I’d be traveling long-term didn’t click in. I actually thought I’d be on the road for a much shorter period. So, I got a crash course.
o you’re on the road and your luggage is loaded with spanking new travel gear. Now is the time to see if what you bought really works! Will you revise your load if it doesn’t work the way you imagined? One of the items I least care to pack is a towel.