fter a long day on the road, seeing every national monument you can muster, you just want to kick back at your campsite and enjoy a drink with friends. But we’re adults now, should we be sharing our bourbon with the camping mug that once held coffee in it just hours before? I think not. So, […]
Photographs are a ticket to travel back through our memories. Leafing through pictures of our travels with friends upon return is almost as fun as living it. Mixbook has created the perfect app for the digital age: Mosaic, which enables iPhone shutterbugs to create albums of their travels. It’s as simple as selecting twenty pictures and pressing a button.
Conceived as a way to wear your commute as a badge of honor, the Commuter Collection by Lauren Makai has delicately re-imagined the highways and byways that have caused us to yell at inanimate objects with such vitriol we would shudder to hear it repeated, transforming the beast on our back into gorgeous emblems of our victory over asphalt.
This summer you may find yourself traveling past the borders of the US of A without a company phone, or perhaps you are your company, in which case, the bill unfortunately comes to you. If you want to save some money for souvenirs, you can mitigate those International calling fees with just a few simple steps before you leave the country.
Whether heeding some precautions or winging it on airplane mode, if you don’t want to come home to find a massive cell phone bill waiting for you from your trip abroad, I have some apps to help you.
Celebrations are one of the universal human experiences. Across cultures and places, we live through life’s highs and lows. Though mourning is also universal, it’s the unique ways we express joy that captivates my attention as I travel. I’ve been on the road since 2008, and since this month’s theme is celebrate, I knew I wanted to share one of the most beautiful festivals I have been a part of over the years: Thailand’s Loy Krathong celebrations.
For me, tech and travel is all about two things: power and connectivity. Comfort is a a very close second. I have built my life around being able to access nearly everything through an internet browser, so if I can’t get online, that is a problem.
When you’re a gadget girl like myself, the one thing you find scarce when you’re traveling is power. It’s hard to find a free outlet to charge your *insert gadget here* and when you’re up in the air, it is even more difficult to find power way up there. So here are my favorite gadgets to keep you powered up and connected whenever you venture out of your nest.