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Our Tokyo Treat Review: Is This Japanese Subscription Box Worth It?

Our Tokyo Treat Review: Is This Japanese Subscription Box Worth It?

In our hands-on Tokyo Treat review, our family of four tests this popular Japan snack subscription box. As any seasoned traveler can tell you, local food and cuisine often plays an integral role in experiencing a new area. While an authentic and delicious full course meal has made us fall in love with a country […]

Our Honest Unbound Merino Review: Is It Worth the Price?

Our Honest Unbound Merino Review: Is It Worth the Price?

Odor-resistant, quick-drying, and oh-so-cozy, Unbound Merino is a solid addition to your travel wardrobe. In our almost 20 years of travel together, we’ve tested all sorts of travel gear, from travel jackets, to the best travel backpacks, to packing cubes, and even the Scrubba portable wash bag. One thing we’ve never tested, however, is merino […]

Our Review of the Paxis Swing Arm Easy Access Backpack

Our Review of the Paxis Swing Arm Easy Access Backpack

The Paxis Twin Lakes backpack is a unique design with a clever swing arm system that lets you access the inside of the backpack without setting it down and to say it’s unique is no understatement. In our almost 20 years of travel together, It’s safe to say that we’ve used and reviewed a lot […]

Little Passports Review: What we thought of this kids travel subscription box

Little Passports Review: What we thought of this kids travel subscription box

Have you heard about Little Passports? In this article, we review the Little Passports subscription box for kids, explain what it is, and how to choose the best subscription for your child. We found Little Passports when searching for fun, indoor activities for our kids, with a travel and exploration focus. After over a year […]

An Honest Review of GlocalMe WiFi Hotspot

An Honest Review of GlocalMe WiFi Hotspot

In this review, we test the GlocalMe portable hotspot, let you know the good and bad, and give you our honest opinion on the device and service. Like a lot of you, we’re always looking for reliable, fast Wi-Fi. Between traveling a lot (when the world allows), working from home (or on the go), and […]

The Best Travel Vloggers on YouTube in 2021

The Best Travel Vloggers on YouTube in 2021

If you’re anything like me, your YouTube home feed includes a lot of travel stories, with food and travel vloggers, around the world explorers, van life channels, and outdoor adventurers. Watching travel videos helps me decide where to travel next in the world, and what exactly to do once I get there. In person travel […]

The Best Small Travel Gifts

The Best Small Travel Gifts

Looking for the best travel stocking stuffers? Even when it’s not the holidays, it’s not always easy to find a great gift. These are the best small travel gifts for the travel lover in your life, whether your budget is big or small! While tight travel restrictions and the pandemic may have slowed (or completely […]

What to Look for in an External Battery Charger (plus, our Crave PowerPack Review)

What to Look for in an External Battery Charger (plus, our Crave PowerPack Review)

Ever been somewhere with your phone or laptop on the verge of dying, panicking as the last few percent ticked away? Of course you have; we’ve all been there. Running out of power at crucial times is never easy, whether on an important phone call, in the middle of booking a place to stay that […]

How to Make a Travel Itinerary

How to Make a Travel Itinerary

Wondering how to make a travel itinerary? Making an itinerary doesn’t need to be complicated, and it can ensure you don’t miss anything important as you travel. We understand, creating an itinerary for travel can be exhausting. The initial research for a trip can take hours or days, and then you need a way to […]

Is it KelbyOne Photography Training Worth It? Our Review

Is it KelbyOne Photography Training Worth It? Our Review

KelbyOne gave us a membership for the purpose of this review however our thoughts are our own. I am not a born photographer. My daughter on the other hand, at only 12 has the gift of being able to look through the lens, seeing the end product, and composing a great shot on the fly. […]

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