This is a fashionable, compact but large enough to fit all your toiletries! We have frequent drives to Seattle back and forth to the hospital and this is the perfect size and its used by the whole family! I would highly recommend and i encourage everyone who travels and is looking for that perfect toiletry bag, this would be an ideal fit!
Unfortunately, the high cost of many European countries such as England, France, Switzerland, and Norway can put a dent in the wallets of even the most nomadic at heart. Not to mention the hassle of crowds, traffic, and long waits at attractions.
But don’t put away your backpack just yet! There are many treasures waiting to be discovered in Eastern Europe that will put a smile on your face, treat your tastebuds, and won’t break your budget.
Poland 🇵🇱 - located in the heart of Europe, Poland is a country of contrasts that will appeal to outdoor lovers and history geeks alike. You’ll find everything from modern cities to
charming towns, stunning castles, gorgeous forests, beaches, and mountains.
Romania 🇹🇩 - this Eastern European country offers a combination of rich history, arts, breathtaking lakes, mountains, the beaches of the Black Sea, and warm, hospitable people. It’s also the birthplace of the Dracula legend!
Hungary 🇭🇺 - offering scenery straight from a fairy tale, explore everything from UNESCO heritage sites, stunning villages, thermal lakes, castles, magnificent gothic architecture, and the magical beauty of Budapest. Be prepared to sample some amazing food and wine too.
Bulgaria 🇧🇬 - one of the cheapest countries to visit in Europe, this charming country abounds with a culture rich in folklore, history, and treasures, gorgeous mountains, the scenic beaches of the Black Sea, lakes, and forests. Perfect for the nature lover.
Croatia 🇭🇷- an outdoor lover’s paradise blessed with postcard perfect beaches, islands, parks, mountains, and a rich cultural history that rank this beautiful country as one of the top destinations in the world. Let’s not even mention the seafood and fabulous cuisine!
Admit it. You’ve all been there. Whether you travel frequently for work or pleasure, whether you travel first class or backpack across the country, you need and love your travel accessories. Problem is, they don’t always love YOU.
How well I can relate to that!
A frequent work traveler for years, I learned so much from my experiences that I could write a book about my adventures, or perhaps I should say, misadventures. And it would probably be a bestseller! Suitcases, carry-ons, backpacks… you name it, I’ve used them all. But the worst offender? Toiletry bags! You know those humble bags that are supposed to carry our essentials? Those items we can’t travel without?
So try packing everything into a bag with a broken zipper while the taxi is waiting downstairs to take me to the airport. And good luck if something leaked and not only got all over the interior of the bag right before I had to get ready for an important meeting, but leaked through the bag onto my clothes in the suitcase!
Most of my bags ended up in the trash, leaving me stuck trying to find a replacement in cities I didn’t know well. But aren’t there more fun things to do on a trip than shop for a toiletry bag? How hard could it be to find a really good one?
I finally got so frustrated I decided to fix the problem once and for all. Simple, right? So I created the ultimate toiletry bag combining top quality materials with a clean, classic design that was both stylish and sturdy. I added some convenient multiple compartments and handy extra features to make travel a pleasure instead of a pain.
I was on a roll!
Lightweight, durable, and waterproof, the toiletry bag is the perfect solution for both business and leisure travelers. It’s affordable for anyone, on any budget. The bag became so popular that all my friends and colleagues got one as well. It went from being an idea to a bestselling product.
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8 tips How to calculate your travel budget properly:
Generally the largest travel expense, it’s important to compare costs to find the best
flights by factoring in dates, season, destination, number of travelers, flight miles, etc.
There are countless hotel booking apps to search for the best deals, again factoring in
season, dates, length of stay, preferences, etc. Airbnb has become a major player
offering more unique options for travelers seeking something beyond typical hotel
Passports & Visas 🛄
To avoid paying expedited fees, ensure your passport has at least six months left before
it expires to book international flights, accommodation, and for any necessary visa
applications. Visas will be an additional expense and you should allow enough time for
Local Travel 🚌
You can use a variety of apps to calculate the costs of local travel such as rail travel,
public transportation, flights, and car rentals. Some apps also factor fuel costs for car
A necessity for travel to many countries, there are apps to help determine what you’ll
need. Immunizations can be expensive, so check prices with your local doctor or clinic
and ensure you allow enough time in advance to get them.
Travel Insurance 📜
Nothing spoils a trip faster than an unexpected issue. For that reason, travel insurance
is a must for peace of mind. • Meals
Exploring new cuisine is part of the joy of travel, but make sure you budget for those
restaurant visits, including tipping, if applicable. It’s more wallet-friendly to stay at places
with self-catering facilities, indulge in street food, or stock up from local markets.
Don’t forget to budget for airport parking and transfers, and admission costs for
attractions, events, and activities. Will you need to board or provide housesitting for your
pets? Also consider any international plans necessary for your smartphone or device. #travel#traveling#iqtravels#travelling#travelgram#travels#travelers#usa#canada#traveladdict#traveltheworld#travelholic#travelhacks#travelingram#trip#tourism
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1. Tulum, Mexico 🇲🇽 It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. One of the most important sites in Tulum is its Mayan ruins, located on a cliff facing the Caribbean Sea; with warm starry nights and clear turquoise waters lies the only archaeological site that sits on the seashore. It is the most photogenic site in the region and perhaps the whole country.
2. Patagonia, Chile 🇨🇱 With a whopping 11 million acres of new national parkland added in 2018, there is no better time than now to explore Chile’s slice of the incredible Patagonian wilderness. Rugged, remote, and breathtakingly beautiful, the region offers a true outdoor adventure unlike anywhere else in the world.
3. Delhi, India 🇮🇳 For a culturally rich vacation, consider India. "March is the very end of the dry season in India and also marks the start of Holi, the Hindu holiday that celebrates the beginning of spring. It’s also known as the festival of colors so a very vibrant time to visit the cities and towns in India.
4. Dublin, Ireland 🇮🇪 Visiting Ireland capital In mid-March you can experience St. Patrick’s Day. The city comes to life with a five-day festival that kicks off on Thursday, March 14.
5. Doha, Qatar 🇶🇦 It’s both a modern and eclectic city boasting high-end dining and shopping, as well as colorful souqs and adventurous excursions. Outside the city, you can try unique adventures such as sandboarding, camel rides, and explore the Ras Abrouq Rock Formations.
6. Bermuda 🇧🇲 It won’t quite be warm enough to swim in March, the weather is still pleasant for beach trips and ideal for golfers. Plus, you’ll find great deals on rooms at the top hotels, since March falls just before peak season.
7. Florence, Italy 🇮🇹 if you time your visit to Florence in March, you’ll be catching the end of the low season and be able to enjoy top attractions such as the Uffizi Gallery with a far quieter atmosphere than in summer months. You’ll also find accommodation to be cheaper, perfect for those travelling on a budget, and temperatures slowly starting to warm up. #travel#traveling#iqtravels#traveladdict#traveltheworld#tourism#travelholic#traveler#travelers
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You've finally bought tickets for a trip. You've completed your packing list and it is time to pack your bags.
If you don't have a good travel toiletry bag, we will help you to choose the right one.
First of all - size.
There are a massive variety of sizes. We recommend you to keep a balance between tiny bags, which can handle only one or two items and a huge one, which you can pack with all the things that you keep in your bathroom.
Consider your toiletry essentials; then look at toiletry bags that provide enough space for those, but will take up a manageable amount of room in your luggage or backpack.
If you are an avid traveler or you are traveling for an extending period of time, we recommend you to purchase a toiletry bag with detachable pockets and adjust it for short and long trips.
If you are like some men who prefer to travel light - pick out a small clear bag or a dopp kit with only one or two compartments.
Functionality is your preference? Consider hanging toiletry bags for travel. These types of toiletry bags include a hook for hanging the kit in up in the bathroom for easy accessibility, as well as keeping items off of a potentially crowded bathroom sink.
One of the most important things that you want to be on when picking up a dopp kit is to ensure that it has a waterproof inside liner. The primary purpose of the dopp kit is to not only keep all your toiletries from falling out but to protect from a severe spill of your lotion, cream or cologne, the inside liner will protect the rest of your luggage from getting ruined.
We recommend choosing a toiletry bag for travel based on where you’ll be using it most.
What is your style? If you are an active traveler consider a tech fabric or more classic canvas bag.
If you don't travel a lot and prefer to keep your toiletry bag in a hotel room or apartments - consider investing in a quality leather Dopp kit.
Check out our travel toiletry bags - link in bio.
Whether you're going for a short city break or a two week holiday on a beach, these are tips you'll ever need for stress-free packing.
1. Start with a packing list 🗒
Start your packing process days or even weeks ahead of your departure date; this gives you time to craft a complete list, plus purchase any additional items you might need for your vacation.
2. End by reviewing your packing list 🗒
Make sure you go through all the items the night before you leave (or the morning of) to make sure you haven’t forgotten a single thing, especially the small stuff.
3. Roll, don't fold 🍥
To save space and stop creasing, roll your clothes instead of folding them, then place them in vacuum compression bags.
4. Bring a few extra bags (e.g. ziplocks, plastic bags, etc.) 🛍
You never know when you’ll need them, especially for things like dirty clothes, which are always an afterthought. They weigh nothing and come in so handy, so don’t forget a few!
5. Always wear your bulkiest items of clothing on the plane 🧥🥾 Coats and boots are heavy. If you plan on bringing them on your trip, make sure you’re wearing them so they don’t hog up all the space (and weight) in your luggage.
6. Keep your liquids in a bag and separate them from your other goods 💼
You can keep your liquids in a Clear bag or Dopp kit - link in bio.
It’s important to separate liquids because you never know when bottles will spontaneously explode or leak! For extra coverage, cover the top of toiletry bottles with plastic wrap.
Forget full sized liquids, pack mini versions and buy if you need more.
7. Don’t forget to leave a little extra space 🧳
You will inevitably buy something. The worst feeling is falling in love with an item abroad and having zero space in your suitcase to bring it home.
Here is some hacks that can help save your money in Barcelona 🇪🇸:
1. Food 🍲
Fill Up on Pintxos
Pintxos are a very typical way to eat in the Barcelona.
Pintxos are topped with things like local sausage, cured meats and cheese, or all manner of seafood. Some are even sweet treats acting as dessert.
Even though they look small, they’re very filling, and at between €1-2 they’re a cheap way to fill up.
Tips Aren’t Expected ❗
In Barcelona tips aren’t necessarily expected, with a caveat being it depends where you are.
If you’re on La Rambla or in a fancy expensive restaurant, then normal tipping rules of 10%+ apply. However, in most neighbourhoods you won’t see locals tipping a great deal.
2.Transport 🚌 🚟
Getting around in Barcelona is really simple. There’s a great public transport network that’s quick and efficient.
An individual metro or bus ticket is €2.20 for a single journey. This can quickly work out quite costly if you make a few trips in a day.
A T-10 metro card is the solution. It entitles you to 10 journeys by bus or metro and costs just €10.20.
3. Accomodation 🏘
Try to stay away from anywhere near La Rambla. It’s Barcelona’s most famous street and an absolute tourist trap.
We’d recommend a stroll down La Rambla just to experience it, there are definitely better areas to stay.
If you’re eager to be located centrally, consider El Borne, Exiample, or even El Raval instead.
Book in Shoulder Season 🌞
Probably the best of our Barcelona hacks for saving money on accommodation is to think carefully about when you visit.
Barcelona is one of the most popular cities in the world and most people come in the summer months between June and September.
This in turn pushes the prices for these months sky high on everything from accommodation to restaurants.