A mini-messenger for urban adventure
Great compact bag
By jess_because from Honolulu, HI on 2/6/2011 4out of 5
Pros: High Quality, Attractive, Easy Access, Good Strap Length
Cons: Not Enough Room
Best Uses: Traveling, Commuting, Office, Shopping
Describe Yourself: Modern, Practical, Comfort-Oriented
I wanted something small enough to be compact but big enough to fit some bulky essentials (i.e. iPad, camera, etc). It’s great! Sometimes I wish it could just a little bigger but overall, the bag just what I wanted.
Lonely Planet has made available some of it’s US & Canada apps for free! But it’s limited time only as the sale ends this Friday. I just tried to download the Chicago app but it’s 20MB in size so it needs a wifi connection for download. Good to know it’s “huge” file size. I was planning on downloading ALL of the free ones but maybe I’ll just do that on my computer for that one.
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My boyfriend and I have been loosely thinking about international travel more with our first stop in Sydney, Australia. I figured start with something a little more comfortable. I have a couple of co-workers who’s from there and we know a couple more from there as well. Plus, Hawaiian Airlines flies direct so that’s a plus. On top of that, it’s a country where the locals speak English which is helpful when traveling. Not ready for a language-barriers kind of trip yet.
The Lonely Plant app for Sydney is not one of the free ones, but I’ll consider paying $5.99 for the Sydney one if the other US apps look good. Will let you know how it turns out!