Clever Travel Gear

What would travel be like without your gear? I have some interesting travel accessories that I have come across throughout the years that can help you (or sometimes be not so helpful) as you go on your great adventure.


Pay as you go hotspot

Yes this is a real thing. While it costs some money upfront ($125 then $10 for every day after), it can help you access both mobile connection and wifi no matter where you are in the world. The company is called Skyroam and it is pretty darn cool.


Big Big Body Wipes

Sold on the Firebox website, the Big Big Body Wipe is literally a giant baby wipe that you can use over your entire body. If you are backpacking or staying in hostels, or even if you have just been traveling for a long while, you can get this wipe to help freshen yourself up.


Portable Charger

You really need one of these in your car too. A portable charger can be a life saver if you are traveling and in a bind with low battery on your phone. You can even get them credit card sized, allowing you to have the convenience and security without needing it to take up a lot of space.

Shampoo Sheets

As the TSA has made travel safer and endlessly more complicated through the years, you are no longer allowed to care much, if any, shampoo aboard a plane. So the company Travelon has come up with a shampoo sheet, which is a dissolvable sheet of soap. You just add water and poof, you have soap. They even have laundry soap and shaving cream versions. Pretty cool if you ask me.

Noise Cancelling Earplugs

These are so much cooler than noise cancelling headphones or the traditional earplug. If you have some hotel neighbors raving at 3:00 am, you can fall asleep to white noise, ocean waves, or even rain. They also have an alarm setting to wake you (and only you). So like a sound machine/alarm clock earplug. They are made by Hush Technology and are in a Kickstarter program.

Compression Sacks

No not compression socks. A compression sack is a space saving bag that works like magic. You put your clothes inside and it all compresses together to save you a ton of room. They make some newer ones that have organizational capabilities that just didn’t exist with the predecessors, making traveling both more compact and less chaotic.

Travel Router

If you are having connectivity issues while you are traveling, you can purchase a wifi booster that will have a repeater to give you the wifi access that you need. The adapter itself will fit most of the international outlets and make it easy for you to stay online no matter where you are.

Carry-on Cocktail Kit

Ok this one may not really be a “necessity” so to speak, but it can help you ease up if travelling has got your down. The kit has a coaster, a jigger, bar spoon, muddler, and some mixer, depending on what drink you really like. All you need to supply is the booze itself and you are good to go.

Location Tracking Nametag

With a Bluetooth built-in, this little device will be worth every penny of the $100 cost. It may seem exuberant for a luggage tag, but if you have ever lost your luggage while traveling, you will completely understand the frustration as well as the cost of having your items replaced. When you are waiting at a carousel, you will know if your bag is coming down the chute. Or if someone tries to touch your bag, you will get a notification on your phone.

Best Things to See in the World

You may already know how you are going to get around the world and the means you are going to use to do it, but now you need to decide on the things you have to see when you begin your travels. Here’s my personal opinion on the things in the world that you must see if you can.

The Louvre

The Louvre

I feel like this should be a given, but I’m going to say it anyway. If you have plans to make it to Paris, you have to see the Louvre. Not only is it the most famous art museum in the entire world, but the most important museum in the world. I can’t talk about it though without explaining a bit of the history behind it. Before good ‘ol King Louis XIV lost his damn mind and moved the French monarchy outside the capital city to the over-the-top Palace of Versailles, the monarchy was quite happily situated in the Louvre, which was the palace at that time. Once the family moved, the palace remained, holding the most treasured art in both Europe and France. Today, you can set your eyes on some of the most famous art pieces in existence, including, only to name a couple, the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, and Liberty Leading the People.

Great Pyramid of Giza

Great Pyramid of Giza

If you have decided to make your way through the Middle East, or simply Egypt, you need to hit up the pyramids. You will not find anything like them in the entire world. The Great Pyramid of Giza was constructed sometime around 2560 and was the tomb for the Egyptian Pharaoh Khurfu. Estimated to have taken about 20 years to build, the pyramid uses about 2.3 million blocks of stone. The site is easily one of the most recognizable places in the entire world and it would be remiss for you to miss it.

Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu

The great hike along the Inca Trail will take you to the mystical and practically mythical site of Machu Picchu in Peru. The hike itself actually takes four days to accomplish, all through forests, across peaks and past ancient ruins to reach the destination. It’s a high elevation so you run the risk of altitude sickness if you don’t prepare yourself ahead of time. While the fall of Machu Picchu isn’t exactly documented in writing, the decline of the Incas was due to the conquest of the Spanish. They brought along a whole wealth of nasty diseases in addition to their weapons and easily wiped out a great potion of the Incan people.



The mystical and magical site of Stonehenge is a must-see if you are voyaging around the Wiltshire countryside in the United Kingdom. They of course have no idea what the true purpose of Stonehenge was as they think it’s somewhere around 5,000 years old. But it does have some kind of mysterious feeling about it and is still awe-inspiring. Maybe it wasn’t really a temple for sun worship or a calendar, but whatever it was, was obviously built to last and pretty cool.

Machu Picchu

Great Wall of China

I know this one probably seems like an old hat, but really it’s amazing. If you even think about going to China without visiting the Great Wall, I think the world will be disappointed in you. The thing is even visible from space! How many things in the world are actually visible from outer space? Not a lot I’ll guarantee. The wall itself stretches over 20,000 km from east to west. It was built more than 2,000 years ago, but is still standing, showing off its grandeur even today.



Petra is an ancient city within the country of Jordan. It is incredibly unique and considered the greatest treasure of Jordan. The city itself was carved into the rock face by the Nabataean people more than 2,000 years ago and is unlike anything else you will ever see in the world. The color of the rock is unforgettable in itself, let alone exploring the mysterious and ancient city.

Clever Ways to Travel

There is more than one way to travel the world, believe it or not, you just need to use your imagination. Sometimes just spending money to get around is not the best option for everyone and there isn’t always a personal honeypot available to use, especially if you are a college student, just graduated, or are even just taking some time to rediscover yourself. Here are some more creative ways to get around and to pay for it.

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Bartering: No I’m not talking about doing anything immoral to get yourself around. I’m talking about working in order to get things for free while you’re traveling. What this means is a kind of work around for a work visa to international countries. Bartering is allowed through some groups, such as the WWOOF (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms), where you can work or help around the house in exchange for food and lodging. There is no exchange of cash, but you will have an easier time if you were trying to travel more inexpensively.


Become a Teacher: Even if you are not a teacher, but you are traveling internationally, consider becoming an English language teacher abroad. You will be able to earn money, travel, and get some countries ticked off your list. This may require a teaching certificate depending on the program you are going for, but that is not always the case.

Peace Corps: If you are not short on time and would like to help change the world, consider joining the Peace Corps. You’ll earn some extra money, immerse yourself into a different culture and help the world all at the same time. They do have a presence in over 139 countries, so you should be able to hit up a few bordering countries as well. It does require a 27-month commitment, but is worth it if you are able and willing.

Au Pair: Au pairs are not especially common in the United States, but are common in Europe and around the world. Essentially nannies, au pairs are always foreign and parents look for them to watch and educate their children because of the language difference, especially if you are a native English speaker. Some of the stays are just over a holiday season, but others can be longer, giving you both pay, cultural and language experience, and enabling you to see more of the world.


Flight Attendant: While this job is certainly not for everyone, being a flight attendant is an easy way to travel the country and the world. With access to extremely discounted fares and sometimes free fares, you would be able to travel long distances with ease. And of course, when you are working, you will be traveling between two destinations, allowing you to see more of the world.

Travel Writing: This is not always a possibility for everyone. You need to have a good handle on the English language as well as a knack for writing. But, there are so many online jobs out there these days that with a native English speaker, you can travel the world, get paid to do so and then tell everyone else what you are up to. Keep in mind you will not have much control over where you are going or what you will be writing about.

Telecommuting: If you are already working and would like to see more of the world, see if there are telecommuting options for your career. If you can easily relocate and move about all over the world while still getting paid, you will easily be able to see as much has you want to. There are a lot of websites out there offering different types of telecommuting freelance positions, which may help you to keep the income flowing while you go out on your adventures.