For the past couple of years, I have began sharing a lot of my travel experiences, the looks that I create for those various trips, as well as providing tips that I felt are surely beneficial for anyone looking to travel to any place at any time. And as I look back at some of the experiences in my travel section, I get excited about the trips upcoming, and I look at the world map and start thinking of the various places that I want to travel to next. It is has been an absolute pleasure sharing these travel experiences and getting emails and messages on social media about how you all have gone there as well or that you’re looking to visit that location at some point too.
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This Christmas, my husband and I are set to take our first cruise ever to the Bahamas. I used to be super nervous about going on a cruise because of watching the Titanic but I have come to realize that monks too my fears are from the fact that I still think that Jack could have been saved.
As we have been booking the flight for our cruise and setting the itinerary for the day that we spend on land, I have been planning out all of my outfits and the one thing that I have been focused on this time around is how I am planning on carrying my essentials.
There are so many luxury style bags that you can carry while traveling that aren’t too big and aren’t too small, and they also are super stylish. I am planning on bringing this Henri Bendel Jettsetter satchel with me to our trip to the Bahamas. With one of our excursions being a Jeep tour (which I am super pumped about), I want to make sure that I have a bag that will keep our necessities secured, but also will give me the style and comfort of carrying that I am looking for.
The key for carrying a bag while traveling is to make sure that it will not be something that won’t fit your necessities or even extra items that you may buy as souvenirs and it is not something that will leave a mark on your shoulders or arm while you’re carrying it.