On this page are products I like and use or have used in the past. These are affiliate links so, if you purchase something using one of these links, I will get a small commission. Thank you!
I take this Acer Aspire netbook with me when I travel anywhere in the UK and abroad. I bought it in 2012 before I left for a trip to Portugal and Spain and have used it a lot. I like it because it’s small and light, which means it’s very portable and easy to use in cramped spaces (on buses and trains etc). Related post: One Piece Of Technology I Wish I Had Taken Travelling
The Mu Plug
I was very fortunate to receive the MU Plug as a present in 2012. I thought it would be worth reviewing because it’s always good to know what’s out there. In case you don’t know what it is, it is a portable, fold up plug. It’s important to point out, as you can see from the photo, that it has a 3-point pin. If you’re outside the UK, you’ll need to use an adaptor with it. Related post: Product Review – The MU Plug
Worldwide Travel Adaptor
This is probably my all-time favourite product – a worldwide travel adaptor. For years, I hated all the adaptors I bought (and I’ve bought a few). This is because they came in bits, which I would lose and they were just not particularly user-friendly. Then, when I was in Bangkok, I bought this in an electronics market and it has served me well in Europe, Asia, Oceania and South America. This is one product I would definitely not travel without! When I lost it, I bought another.
Sleeping Bag Liner
This really is product that is never really mentioned as an item to take travelling. OK, I can understand that space is tight – believe me, I know. If you are anything like me and find it very uncomfortable and difficult to sleep when you have a hard surface to lie on, it might be worth considering a product like this one. It is very light and rolls up relatively small. I carried it on the outside of my backpack. Related post: Do You Travel With A Self-Inflating Mat?