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Top Summer travel essentials

Summer is finally upon us which often signals escape of everyday life for many heading away on summer travels. It’s always important to travel in comfort with key travelling essentials to ensure you keep yourself in the mix of travelling while getting the most out of the experience. 


Water is life

A decent sturdy water bottle will help you keep hydrated in the summer heat while also saving you money and the environment by not buying endless plastic bottles of water. SomaWater is my current pick for the perfect summer water bottle. “Made from high quality, shatter-resistant glass, with an easy grip protective sleeve, it’s perfectly designed to fit into your bag, your cup holder, and your life.”

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Portable Power Bank

With the EU today abolishing EU Roaming charges it just got a lot easier for us to use them abroad. Phones get faster every year, but the more powerful they become the less their batteries can keep everything going. And, of course, all batteries will degrade over time. If you need extra battery power for your smartphone, tablet or other USB-powered device, you need a power bank. Zendure A3 is ahead of the pack with reliability in fastness of charge as well as multiple charges. Having saved my phone on various adventures, the Zendure A3 is an essential that travels everywhere I go.


External Phone Lenses

Now you have your power bank in hand you can begin to get all of them Insta perfect shots all day long. Although the latest iphone comes with one of the most advanced phone cameras currently, it’s always nice to be able to spice things up with an extra lens or two. Amir’s 3 in 1 Clip-on Cell Phone Camera Lens Kit offers you that extra spice in the form of a 25x Macro Lens & 0.36x Wide Angle Lens and a 180° Fisheye Lens which all fit not only the latest iphone but most smartphones.


Travel Journal

The perfect place to keep all the important information. Before you travel jot down a brief itinerary, some emergency contact information and then as you travel write down a brief of each day. If you are moving around a lot this is great way of keeping all them memories locked down on paper so you can look back on them in times to come. “No-one has ever seen this place in the same way you’re seeing it right now, right here, in this moment.” Help pass on your experience by writing about it, many people dream about travelling so if you are fortunate to do so, write about it and share.

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