High Rise Anti-Chafing Panty Short by Thigh Society

Are you tired of automatically having to wear leggings of bike shorts every time you wear a skirt or a dress, even in the scorching summer heat? Is inner thigh chafing (a.k.a. “kissing thighs”) your worst nightmare? Because it’s definitely one of mine, especially when it comes to travel, as I’m usually very active and I walk around a lot to get the maximum out of every trip abroad! READ MORE…

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Gadget Review: Wedge Door Alarm by ila

I previously mentioned this gadget in a post about 1 year ago, but I thought this could be worth it to write a bit more about it as this is, by far, one of the smallest, yet most useful gizmo I carry when I’m away… You know, the good old Traveler’s What If Syndrom… READ MORE…

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First-Aid : Little Kit Does A Lot

What matters the most is that you don’t go all “Traveler’s What If Syndrome” while packing. What you can do to save yourself some space and time is to do as much as you can in advance. READ MORE…

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An Introduction To The “Traveler’s What If Syndrome”

Most of you don’t know my mother… As I’m getting older, I get to know her so well… mostly because I start to act and react like her so often! She’s a relatively “practical” packer and packing the car for a weekend away at the chalet or to move my stuff to Montreal for university was for her like a Tetris game… READ MORE…

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Friday Tips & Tricks: My Bag(s) of Tricks!

Since my very first trip, in New Orleans, in September 2009, I’ve been on a constant mission to find THE perfect day bag, which combines safety, light weight and capacity to hold your required belongings for a full day away from the hostel/hotel room. READ MORE…

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Hospitality Exchange: Alternatives to C$

Hospitality Exchange (“hospex” for those who are into Internet lingo!) is a way of traveling becoming more and more popular, especially for backpackers. I’m personally a major fan, since I had the opportunity to be hosted by an Indian family in Amber, just outside Jaipur, Rajasthan, during my stay in India during fall of 2012. READ MORE…

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The 3 Musketeers: All For… ME !

Lots of people think it’s not safe to be a female solo traveler. I disagree. It can be just as safe if you use your brain and you develop basic security habits… What I call my “3 Musketeers” are the three gadgets that keeps me and my belonging safe when I backpack my way across a new city or a whole new country… READ MORE…

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Chafing, the Burning Nightmare

You know when it’s really hot, and you walk around all day and your thighs rub together… At the beginning, it’s all right, as long as you don’t walk too long. But when you’re away on a vacation, with just few days/weeks to see and do everything, you don’t want to have to take a day off walking to stick around your hostel room in your undies, your thighs whitened with cream and walking like a cowboy! READ MORE…

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