Most Useful Gadgets for Travel
If you travel a lot, all of your weirdness comes out in the fluff and gungle that you pack in your suitcase. As an example, curtains never close properly in hotels so pack, at least, 3 clothes pegs to get the job done and avoid the sun straight in your eye at 3:45.
You get stuck for the second night, whip up the small pack of detergent you pack, wash your socks and underwears. If they're still wet in the morning, that's why management provides you with a hair dryer.
Pack a plastic corkscrew for that much needed juicing up when frustration sets in. A small alarm clock can save your life when the hotel provided monster reaches olympic complexity levels.
A very small roll of tape for wardrobe malfunction. Bring 3 or more zip locks to store items and wet clothes when you happen to get your feet in a beach. a small sewing kit takes no space and can keep you patch together when disaster strikes.
Pack light, leave space in your carry on so you can bring a present coming home.
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