Award winning travel journalist Howard Hian shares his annual Holiday Travel Must-Buys.
Gear, Gadgets, and Goodies (The G Spot)
The cute and stylish Screenster is popular with all ages and it hangs out in your purse, back pack or carryon ready to keep your digital products clean and shiny. Best of all when flying, they are formulated to work without any messy liquids or sprays.
If you are looking for the quality of a $400 pair of headphones at a fraction of the cost, you will be more than pleased. I recommend these headphones to anyone looking for a high quality, low cost over-the-ear headphone, and they just happen to have a lifetime warranty too.
It’s that time of year to shop for presents. Here are a few suggestions.
There are only two kinds of luggage: carry-on or lost.
Once in awhile I find a pet travel product or item that stands out in quality and Spurr’s Corner Handcraft’s Train and Treat Bag, is that kind of product.
It isn’t all that hard to make your next Romantic Road Trip a little hotter and more memorable but what you decide to take depends a little on what kind of couple you are.
I just got my first Porsche. Well, my first Porsche of Luggage, Travelpro’s beautiful Maxlite 22” Expandable Rollaboard.
The weather outside may be frightful but your feet will be happy like mine were when I discovered the best boot in years, the Vero Boot WP by Teva. Sure Teva has been making great sandals and outdoor shoes for decades but I never expected comfort, style, warmth, and yes, even elegance in a boot […]
The past year I’ve discovered various travel items that would make excellent holiday gifts.
As a seasoned traveler who literally takes over 25 trips per year I have found some travel gifts for your holiday that take the guesswork out of pleasing your resident traveler in the family. This year you won’t have to worry if what you send gets used and enjoyed.
Finally Safe Skies offers TSA accepted and recognized Luggage Locks, which means one less thing to add to your worry list when voyaging.