Which Travel Bag is Yours?
“Let your memory be your travel bag.” – Aleksander Solzhenitsyn
Do you dread the idea of spilling moisturizer on your expensive pair of jeans or turning it into a garbage bin with the sweaty stinky clothes or not being able to pack all your stuff in one bag without getting a cold stare from your spouse? The thought of packing before a journey can bring the excitement of travelling several notches down. Well, you surely need tips on choosing the right bag for your travel.
Keep the following factors in mind, while choosing a travel bag for yourself:
Have a look at the different types of bags:
- The Rolling Suitcase – Best option for those travellers who have a lot of things to carry but don’t want to pressurize their shoulders or take extra favour from them.
- The Travel Laptop Case – Ideal for diligent workers who are married to their laptops and their bosses.
- The Messenger Bag – No, you won’t turn into a courier delivery boy after hanging it over your shoulder. It is a sling bag that is convenient, useful and a fashion statement.
- The Designer Luggage – Designer bags for choosy people who believe in style and quality and don’t hesitate in flaunting their belongings even at the airport.
- The Travel Tote – A perfect choice especially for those who think they are a combination of beauty and brains, and who want to pack all their essentials without compromising on style.
- The Duffel Bag – Best for college students, climbers and sportspersons who carry a variety of things with them.
- The Rolling Backpack – Good option for small family trips or road trips. The wheels underneath ensure that you won’t be bullied by your family to carry the luggage.
Additional important things to keep in mind:
- Don’t bother others with your huge bags.
- They should be made of waterproof material.
- Avoid buying luggage in light colour.
Be a smart buyer and catch all the eyeballs with your intelligence and smartness instead of getting embarrassed about your dented, scratched luggage bag.
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