If you know someone who is leaving soon for a specific destination, why not give them a guidebook on that destination or a reference book?
And to inspire your favorite travelers in search of a destination, you can offer them a book that presents different routes or destinations. Guides Ulysses offers some really nice ones, such as Europe off the beaten path, North America in an RV or bicycle tours.
For wine lovers, we can only recommend Nathalie Richard's brand new guide, Routes des vins en Amérique du Nord. This book proposes 50 itineraries, as much in British Columbia, California, Mexico or Oregon as closer to home, in Vermont, New York State, Ontario, the Maritime provinces or the Eastern Townships. It includes some of the more well-known routes, but there are many great discoveries to be made!
Ewool's heated glove liners are the promise of never being cold again in winter. And believe me, it's worth its weight in gold!
Who is it for? For those who always have cold hands, those with Raynaud's syndrome, those who always freeze their hands while skiing or skating, those who work outside.
I've had the opportunity to try them for a few weeks and I love them. They really live up to my expectations. The gloves are comfortable, lightweight and very stylish. And since you can adjust the level of warmth, you are always comfortable.
They are of good quality and have the advantage of warming each finger individually, right down to the extremities, and quite quickly, unlike other heated gloves that take longer or only warm the top of the hands.
Everything has been thought for an optimal use: tactile fingers to use the cell phone, light gloves despite a battery, an easy to reach control to turn on and adjust the heating intensity and easily rechargeable.
The liners can be used on their own in warmer weather, but in cold weather, it's recommended to put them under a pair of mittens like the Flip Mitts from Ewool to protect yourself from the freezing wind.
This is definitely a winter accessory I won't be doing without!
This accessory is just wonderful to have on hand (literally) in cold weather. Whether it's for someone who has Raynaud's Syndrome, who skis, skates or loves to visit cities on foot but is unable to warm his or her hands, this is the best hand warmer to have (I've tested several and this is by far the one I can't live without)!
When you travel, you need passports, boarding passes, Nexus card, luggage receipts and all the rest. These cases are very practical to keep everything in one place, to be more efficient when going through security or customs and secure with the RFID blocking. I wasn't convinced of its usefulness before I got one, but I must say that I wouldn't do without it when I travel.
These bags are one of those suitcase accessories I couldn't live without. It's ideal for storing clothes in categories without wrinkling them and even more so when you share a suitcase with someone. At your destination, these bags are also ideal because they allow you to quickly access your clothes without moving everything in the suitcase.
In the same vein, these compression bags are simply magical for bringing more items in your suitcase. They allow you to compress your clothes by removing the air inside the bags, simply by rolling it on itself thanks to a valve system. No pump to drag along. At destination, the bag, which takes its dimensions once opened, is also used for storage.
You obviously don't put wrinkly clothes in it, but it's ideal for swimsuits, socks, underwear, pajamas, etc. And it's a must in these times when traveling with a carry-on is popular!
There's nothing worse than a dead cell phone battery when you're out and about, especially if you're also using your camera. To avoid this inconvenience, carry with you an external battery that allows you to recharge your devices anywhere.
Travel pillows are always handy to be more comfortable on long plane or train rides. This one allows you to be shaped and positioned according to your comfort and can be used for leg or lumbar support.
It also comes with a sleeping mask and earplugs, making it a complete kit to sleep well on the plane.
The bathrooms in hotels, cruise ships or hostels do not always have a large counter where you can put your toiletry kit. This one, in addition to being really pretty, can be hung up and unrolled for easy access to your products. The plastic compartments are also waterproof in case of spills.