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It gets pretty great quality photos (as long as you don't get any condensation inside the pouch), and you can actually use your phone normally with it on (some waterproof cases don’t let you press the home button).
I've bought this waterproof phone pouch multiple times for my phones over the years, and they're amazing for travel!
A great quality piece of luggage is essential when it comes to traveling. It makes life so much easier to be able to actually find the stuff you’ve packed, and to be able to pack it all up for the next stop.
In Ireland, Adam and I stayed in 9 different Airbnbs over the course of two weeks, so we pretty much became experts at unpacking and packing on the daily.
What you’re looking for in a quality set of luggage is 360° spinning wheels, different compartments (the more the better), and a hard shell. If it has a TSA-approved lock on it as well, you’re set.
I actually stole this tip from Adam (hehe). Having a lock on your luggage will make you feel more comfortable when checking it in, and it’ll secure your things when you leave them at the Airbnb or hotel.
Make sure it’s TSA-approved though, or you might have to toss it at airport security!
That was my list of all my carry-on packing essentials that I carry with me on almost every single trip.
Of course, you also can’t forget other essentials like your passport and wallet, but I figure those things are obvious.
Once I arrive to wherever I’m going, I also always grab toilet paper, a case of water bottles, and snacks to leave in the car.
You can easily pick these things up at any department store where you’re visiting!
What are other essentials in your your carry-on packing list? Let me know on Twitter or Instagram!