I thought I would put together a little list of some fun things to recommend as holiday gifts for the traveler(s) in your life. Maybe you will add a few to your Wish List this Holiday Season! Since most of my readers are ladies, the recommendations are decidedly feminine, though a few things may appeal to the men who read as well. Here we go…
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Give the gift of language with Rosetta Stone and learn to speak like the locals.
Take their mind off of a 3 hour runway delay with an iPod shuffle.
Disheveled hair and smudged make-up after a plane ride can really get you down. Give a beautiful etched purse mirror for quick touch-ups on the go.
Don’t want freshly manicured tootsies touching grungy carpet in your hotel room or the tile floors at the hotel pool do you? Eeewww. Travel slippers are a stylish alternative to ugly tube socks.
Philosophy amazing grace perfume oil is the perfect size for obeying airport carry-on restrictions. It leaves you smelling shower fresh and clean.
Variety is the spice of life, so why not spice up your hotel room with this collection of travel candles from Tocca. So many good flavors to try!
Need to travel with your baubles? Keep all your bling-bling safely tucked away in a stylish Jewelry Roll.
For the independent traveler, going solo, who just loves to park themselves at a cafe for hours and write …a refillable leather journal is a must.
Make memories by giving a gift certificate for a Snapfish Photobook. It allows your special someone to create a personalized photo album, with their own vacation photos and captions.
A nice Florentine bag for your laptop or for toting around all the souvenirs you plan to bring me, uh, ahem, bring home from your trip, won’t have people thinking you just came home from a European backpacking adventure. Fashionably functional, or is it Functionally fashionable. Whatever. Either way, it’s a great looking bag.
Happy Shopping! Oh and if you don’t mind me asking…would you mind sharing what is on your wish list this year?