If you do a lot of travelling, you will understand the importance of learning “how” to travel. And no I don’t mean how to stand in line at the airport. But how to pack appropriately. What kind of luggage to bring with you etc. It’s not exactly easy. There are a lot of things that you need to consider. My biggest challenge is what kind of luggage to bring with me. Regardless of where I go, or for how long, I tend to bring ONE suitcase. And it’s kind of large. But I always like to be prepared. My boyfriend hates this one suitcase and often requests that I bring something else. Especially when it’s just a weekend away. That being said, if you do any kind of travelling you should check out the Valluse.
A combination of the words Value and Valise (which is french for suitcase), the Valluse is a triad of suitcases for the traveler. It is designed in three sizes, but with the ability to combine them into one. Which sounds kind of confusing, when you first read that. The three suitcases that make up the Valluse are sized perfectly for taking on a plane. The large suitcase is spacious and can easily be checked, while hte two smaller bags fit the dimension regulations for carry on, as well as cabbin luggage.
The creators of Valluse knew that three bags might be better than one, but carrying three bags can also be a bit of a nightmare. … Read the rest
Are you thinking about a vacation? But you’re not sure where to go.. or even where you can go? With the political uncertainty in the world, it’s hard to know where you can and can’t go without a visa. Well, the internet gods are here to help you figure this out. A new site, called VisaDB will give you all the information you need. Simply put in your information and off you go. You will need to include your citizenship, the type of travel you want to do, and where you want to go. The sites host (Lana) will tell you where you can go.
When I say the type of travel you want to do, I mean why you’re travelling. So if it’s just for a quick trip abroad, you will want to select “travel visa free”. But you have at least one other option right now, which is “startup abroad”. What’s great about this is that it will give you some really neat information about the country you want to go to. I put in my citizenship, and that I wanted to startup abroad, and specified Europe. From there, I can pick a Country – let’s say France. The information I get now is how long I can be there for – 48 months, and how difficult it is to obtain the proper documentation. According to Lana, it’s low for France.
From there, you can click on Visa Requirements, and it not only lists them, but it also tells you what documentation you need and how to apply. … Read the rest