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Good Morning and Happy St. Nick! I hope that you got lots of treats in your shoes or your stocking that you put out last night!
Speaking of World Travelers, let me ask you, are you a traveler? An Adventurer? Are you looking for the perfect Christmas gift for yourself(hints for your family) or the World Traveler in your life?
Perhaps you could start with a bit of inspiration from Amazon.
Then a bit of expert advice from none other than National Geographic.
You might want to provide a pair of these to Bose headphones to cancel out all of the noise around your traveler. My husband always wears his but I cannot figure out if it is to tune the other passengers out or me?
And perhaps a few of these Moleskine notebooks or city guides to keep track of your favorite places to see, eat, and enjoy.
Of course you are going to want a nice case for your/their passport and a tag for luggage, why not visit Anthropologie?
And a tote or bag to carry your necessities on your journey. Why not be stylish this winter with a Filson wool tote. I love mine!
A cashmere blanket and pillow from Restoration Hardware are always nice to keep them snugly, especially on transatlantic flights.
You could collect a few charms from favorite places, (that is one thing I always do) to remind your traveler of special adventures all over the world.
Or when they return this currency collage from Uncommon Goods to remind you/them of the confusion of converting money and then laugh at your mistakes, all the while remembering so many special countries.
I personally can vouch for most of the above items as as I either own them or have given them for gifts. What ideas do you world travelers have? I would love to hear of a few in case I am missing some.
By the way, I used the blanket and pillow, which I carried in my fabulous Filson plaid bag, and wrote notes to myself in my Moleskine city guide on my flight to…PARIS! I am here now enjoying the sights and sounds of Christmas! And when I return I am definitely going to be wishing on that box or the stars to return another day!