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What Can't You Travel Without?

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We all have something that we could never leave at home when the open road beckons, what's yours?
10 months ago, December 6th 2018 No: 1 Msg: #206195  
I'm never sure whether the mammoth travels with me or I travel with him but neither of us seems to want to travel without each other, we do however always take one piece of kit with us wherever we go..... a corkscrew/bottle opener, well I do live with a mammoth! Reply to this

10 months ago, December 9th 2018 No: 2 Msg: #206213  
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I always take a computer. With the high availability of public wifi (at least in developed areas) it's been an incredible resource for last-minute planning, and helped my road trips becomes much more spontaneous. That said, with increasing electronics searches at borders, having one used just for travel may be a very good idea. Reply to this

10 months ago, December 9th 2018 No: 3 Msg: #206223  
Computer, cameras, noise cancelling headphones, a variety of charges and converters. Reply to this

9 months ago, January 1st 2019 No: 4 Msg: #206341  
In response to: Msg #206195 A sheep of course - couldn't travel with Sion Reply to this

16 weeks ago, June 21st 2019 No: 5 Msg: #207156  
one simple answer without money you can't travel the world. Reply to this

7 weeks ago, August 24th 2019 No: 6 Msg: #207430  
@banncutting09 I agree with you without money You can't travel Reply to this

6 weeks ago, August 31st 2019 No: 7 Msg: #207455  
I can't travel without my laptop and ofcourse the camera... ! Reply to this

4 weeks ago, September 14th 2019 No: 8 Msg: #207515  
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7" phablet for on the move planning. NEVER use it as a phone, but could if there was an emergency

Portable elastic-hook-at-each-end twisted washing line. We handluggage everywhere, up to 6 months amd that's always in use Reply to this

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