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Christmas Gift Guide #1 | The Traveller's Edition


Hey Everyone! So I am currently in my room in Sydney about to start packing for my flight back home in a few days but lo and behold I haven't quite got the energy to start. My room is full of clothes, souvenirs, gifts etc that I am bring back home and I just don't know where to start. So naturally instead of making a list I open my laptop and start to write a blog post. That will definitley make me pack. Oops. Anyway, if you follow me on twitter then you will know yesterday I did a poll asking if I should publish my gift guide as part of blogmas OR now till the end of November. Lots of people suggested now until the end of November so here I am. I actually can't believe how close it is until Christmas. I know it's November but I've literally spent nearly 5 weeks in roughly 80 degree heat and it just doesn't feel like Christmas to me. I'm actually looking forward to getting back home to the dark evenings and cold weather with all the warm clothing and hot chocolate. I never thought I'd say that. 

Anyway, today I thought that I would kick things off with a travel themed gift guide considering I am currently away travelling myself and I'm a major travel enthusiast in general. It just made sense to me to make this the first gift guide that I hit publish on. I've found some amazing gifts that will suit every traveler and I've tried to cater for all budget types. As I am still on holiday I'm not going to make this post super long so I'm not going to go into detail about each gift I've picked as they are pretty much self explanatory. I've provided direct links and prices to the products so you can head on over and check them out for yourself. 

11. Men's Society Stow Away Travel Kit - £20
12. Busy B Family Travel Wallet - £18
13. Aspinal Of London Grey Leather Passport Cover - £46.75

If you know someone who loves travelling or you're a traveler yourself and have no idea what to ask for this Christmas then I hope this small gift guide helps. I can't think of any one who would disapprove of any of these gifts should they be travelling end of this year or next year. I've tried to cater for every budget so hopefully you'll be able to find something suitable for your loved ones. If you're not sure on any of these gifts each of these websites have their own travel section with other amazing gifts I'm sure they'll absolutely love. If you're a keen traveler yourself let me know below which of these gifts you'd love to unwrap on Christmas Day as I'd love to know.

Have you got any travel plans this Christmas?
Hugs and Kisses 

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