If your upcoming trip has luggage restrictions, or you are looking for advice on how to downsize your massive suitcase, the following list of travel packing tips for Africa can help you decide what to bring, what to leave behind and what’s the best small bag for traveling.
…at girls who wear glasses. I’ve Googled around and can’t find the ad I KNOW I remember hearing/seeing back in the ’70’s that shamed near-sighted women. Maybe it was Bausch & Lomb?
Without corrective lenses, I’m blind. Not squint-to-read-a-menu blind. I’m talking Mr. Magoo on a bad day. So my travel packing requires contact lens case, solution, and glasses.
And sometimes they get forgot. Continue reading
It’s not a prehistoric birth control device. Continue reading
Three of my readers will no longer be shamed by airline baggage clerks for attempting to check overweight luggage. Continue reading
My recent post on overweight luggage prompted several comments from readers who have found themselves in similar predicaments and from Todd Ariss, founder of Tarriss Travel Gear, the manufacturer of the luggage scale I purchased to avoid future airport debacles.
Todd started the company because he was dissatisfied with existing products on the market. Since its debut on Amazon 5 months ago, the Jetsetter Luggage Scale has generated 96% favorable reviews and become the #1 rated luggage scale. I asked Todd to provide some insight about his travel tips and habits. He graciously accepted my invitation and, as an extra bonus, he is offering THREE (3) free scales to lucky readers and a 25% coupon. Details are at the end of the post. Continue reading