Here a few prezzies, you may even want to buy for yourself
These great gift ideas are ideal for any time of the year. Some of these items Gary and I never travel without, and others are a little fun and quirky. To be perfectly honest, the books are just a lovely addition to have.
Our Desktop Globe
However, if you’re struggling for that perfect gift for your beloved traveller, take a peek at what we’ve selected.
So often it’s just the simple things that can make the whole travel experience more relaxed and who doesn’t like feeling organised?
USB in Car Charger
You no longer need to worry about charging up your devices whenever you reach your end destination, it’s all done on the go.
It also has to be the healthiest way to use a cigarette lighter!
Rick Stein’s Secret France
If like us you love to combine travel, with delicious cuisine and some intriguing history along the way. Then I’m sure you’ll love flicking through Rick Stein’s new book “Secret France”.
Watching the TV series on this beautiful country has really tempted me to return. We have travelled through France a great deal on our road trips, but this programme just highlights how much more there is to discover.
This book is already on my wish list.
Children’s Globe Jigsaw Puzzle
One for the budding young traveller that already has their sights on discovering our wonderful world. I had the 540-piece version of this 3D globe jigsaw puzzle last year, and I couldn’t stop returning back to it, to add more pieces.
What is great is that it actually spherical, it makes it slightly fiddlier to complete; however, if your kids like a jigsaw puzzle, they will love this.
Bellroy Classic Pouch
I received one of these stylish pouches for Christmas last year, and I love it. You can use it to store various loose items in, and it’s ideal for sticking in your hand luggage or in an overnight bag.
Personally, I think it’s perfect if you have a MacBook, you can store your mouse, power lead, cables and any chargers you may have comfortably inside.
Back Roads Germany
Once again, this year, Gary and I headed off onto various road trips. It just so happened that Germany topped our list for 2019. We find that so often the best way to see any country is travelling along its country roads, through little towns and villages.
In DK’s Back Roads Germany, you’ll discover some incredibly scenic routes and magical castles that even Rapunzel would be proud of.
RFID Contactless Card Protector
Packing Cubes and Pouches
Portable Phone Charger
Another of our favourite items to travel with is this stylish portable phone charger. It easily slips into my handbag and day or night I can just whip it out to boost our phones.
You just don’t realise how quickly your phone loses its energy. A few photos here and quick video there, and once you’ve caught up on social media, your battery is nearly dead.
RAVPower Solar panel USB Charger
Now you may be thinking is this really necessary. Well if you are camping, on safari or just anywhere remote this will undoubtedly come in useful.
You’ll be the one looking smug and be the envy of your other campers when you can check-in on your devices with your family back home.
It became our best friend at the 'Rhino Safari Camp'
BUBM cable & gadget pouch
English Heritage subscription
The gift that keeps on giving, no it’s not an annual subscription for the Jell-O Club (fans of National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, may remember that one).
It’s a yearly membership to visit some of England’s most incredible landmarks. We’ve visited a few castles this year, and it’s already paid for itself.
Here's more on our 'English Heritage' adventures
Travel Luggage Scales
Whether you have carry-on luggage or check-in luggage, this is a convenient, lightweight gadget to slip into your case. It will ensure that extra bottle of duty-free is not tipping you over the edge of your allowance.
It may also save those embarrassing moments in the middle of an airport when you have to rearrange your smalls from one case to another.
Trunki Ride-On Suitcase
For me no gift list for a traveller would be complete without a globe, it has become a bit of an obsession.
I have atlases, maps, globes and travel books everywhere, this desktop globe is the one that sit close by me.
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