If you want proof that it works, probably check out this Discovery Channel segment. (Strangely, we do know a microbiologist, but he’s under lockdown and therefore not available for scientific testing.)
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In the four years since we reviewed the Twill Weekender, Everlane has rolled out a full line of bags, backpacks and weekenders.
So, the Amazon reviews are correct. In case (pun clearly intended) you were wondering.
Let’s not forget how useful having an actual kitchen really is.
Almost one hundred dollars for a pair of slippers, you say. I mean, definitely if you’re the type of person that can drop caviar on the ground and commission three-comma paintings.
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There’s power adapters, and then there’s the Granddaddy of all travel adapters. Unfortunately, this means I’m going to have to eat my words about what I said about this generic $3 adapter I energetically wrote almost three years ago. (It’s still awesome as a budget, no-frills adapter.)
Come on, it’s time to stop hating. You know you want to! If you can’t fight them then join them, right?
This bag makes me want to go and book a Singapore Airlines First Class suite and then drink so much champagne that the flight attendant has to drag me off at the end of the flight. And I would totally do that, if it didn’t mean I’d have to declare bankruptcy after.
Marco Polo is hot and there are naked chicks swordfighting. Sydney and I rate each episode of Netflix’s new drama based on how many times one of the most famous travelers ever appears shirtless (and how many naked girls there are) in the most epic, horrible bingewatch of the holiday season.
I have a confession to make. I hate neck pillows. So when Karina asked me if I wanted to take the J-Pillow review, a part of me died inside.