Face masks have not been made essential wear in Canada yet, but as it’s happening in the US, it’s probably not far behind. Face masks can be worn now for daily protection and used for travel later, especially if they mix function with fashion.
Colouring has been proven to improve mindfulness and promote relaxation so colour the world’s 100 greatest places, as voted by travel experts at Lonely Planet, the world’s leading travel publisher. There are 100 line drawings for you to colour in, and at the back of the book, there are descriptions of each place so you can find out a little more about the most astounding places on earth. This book is guaranteed to exercise your creativity, focus your mind and inspire your inner traveller.Explore
With your Trtl Pillow you can enjoy the journey before you reach your destination. You’ll never have to lean against the window again! The Trtl Pillow was designed for global travellers. Whether you’re travelling for business, for a family vacation or backpacking to see the globe, this is the travel pillow for you.Explore
The Keys have a focus on reef preservation and taking care of our creatures in a natural world. Coral is being transplanted by volunteers who can then snorkel to see the transplanted coral which spawns within two years.
As an avid reader, I used to carry one novel, worried that I would zip through it and have nothing to read; like many of my generation, I was reluctant to join the e-reader bandwagon. One of my favourite things about flying is the uninterrupted reading time I have. Explore
I admit I often buy a few too many items when I travel and panic because I don’t have the luggage space, usually opting for carry-on only. This fold-up tote bag to toss into my suitcase or use as well as my carry-on is the answer. It’s feather-light, folds up and zips into a compact pouch. Slide it over your wheeled luggage or throw it in as an extra bag to carry your savvy souvenirs home. Explore
You already know that I am a bit of a neat freak…so it won’t surprise you to learn that I often travel with hangers. In a recent podcast, I learned about the Huggable Hanger and immediately placed my order. They come in some lovely colours: green, teal, black, coral and blush. They are ultra-thin and very lightweight and therefore take up very little space. The velvet surface avoids slipping and the gentle curve design helps to preserve shape.Explore
I’m not a knapsack person, however as a frequent adventure travellers, it’s a necessary item to carry. I have had an AmeriBag knapsack for approximately seven years and cannot find a fault with it. Recently I was looking to replace it and looked in earnest at many different types but couldn’t find any knapsack that ticked so many boxes as well as being sleek and simple to carry.
Many years ago, I attended the Cranberry Festival in Bala; I had been on the hunt for a beautiful cribbage board for the cottage at the time. Touchdown! But the joy of discovery did not end there. This darling corner stall boasted many beautifully hand-made wooden board games and so began the Dice Poker competition which ended most Saturday night family dinner events…and often was played into the wee hours of the morning.Explore
Good quality sleep is the healthiest and hippest way to dream big. But is it possible to sleep well on an airplane? Airports are filled with people walking around with pillows draped around their necks. For some, hauling their favourite bed pillow along for the trip is the only way. Look for something that would be really supportive. The best pillows keep your head elevated and in alignment with your spine.Explore