Unfortunately, tourists are an easy prey to pickpockets. They know that most stay only for a couple of days so they wouldn’t even go through the hassle of reporting them to the police. They might be clever but so are you! Here are some sneaky ways on how to hide your cash while traveling.
Living on a sailboat doesn’t mean that we have to give up on comfort-- the ones we usually get while living under a house roof like sleeping soundly with the coldness of our full blast AC or rummaging through the fridge at midnight. Sure, we can have all of these little luxuries--even while living on a sailboat!
For me, traveling is 20% flying and 80% walking (but nowadays it's 50% sailing - 50% adventure activities). You have to walk in order to experience a foreign place. You have to walk to the market, stroll along the streets, lounge by the beach, and hike through their mountains in order to get a legitimate experience of a place and to meet wonderful people along the way. It is certainly the best way to explore the city and the neighborhood. But more often than not, too much walking leaves us pain on our soles and our back that we feel like we don’t want to get up from our hotel’s bed the next day.
Capturing an instagrammable photo is probably on everyone’s travel itinerary. Well, it’s the trend now especially for millennials where social media platforms like facebook, instagram, twitter, and youtube rule the web. Having that perfect instagram photo is a lot more convenient when using our mobile phones because of the fact that editing apps are already there. But if you want to take it to a higher level, then a travel camera could be your perfect travel companion.
Signal is often bad inside the sailboat so Kach and I have to go out and get wifi somewhere. It is harder for me since I can’t be in two places at once. As you all know, I’m the one doing all the boat repairs. As if the universe heard us, UberSignal reached out to us and sent us their Drive 4G-X Extreme Marine Signal Booster Kit :)
As I was looking for items to buy for us to look like ‘legit’ sailors, I came across SailorBags which offers a wide range of bags made of genuine sailcloth which come in nautical palettes which we all love!