Chase pow instead of chasing down a new passport in a third-world country.
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For someone that is slightly OCD about being organized this helps curb my anxiety.
I picked this up after a recommendation from a friend in mid 2011.
I have taken it all over the world with me and has always been there with my travel documents and extra passport pictures, pens and spare/various currencies.
Your life in a case
Picked this up for a month-long trip through Europe and have kept using it every time I travel. Perfect for keeping your plane tickets, passports, other IDs, Eurail passes, hotel reservations all organized.
1 Outside front pocket
2 Interior zippered pockets (1 large, 1 small)
7 Business card/small sized pockets
1 Clear ID Pouch
1 Pen holder
and a couple more pockets.
Perfect to keep things organized
This thing is the perfect little sleeve for keeping those things that usually float around in the backpack or on your desk when you're at home. Enough room for passport, travel insurance cards, memory cards for the compact camera, plane tickets etc. Thanks to this sleeve I now know where I got those travel essentials in my otherwise messy dorm room.
I used this travel wallet on a trip to Hawaii. There was plenty of room for plane tickets, money and other documents. The zipper allows you to load it up and not worry about things falling out.
when i bought this i totally thought it was a wallet but when i got it, its about twice the size of a regular wallet. but its still awesome. i use it as a wallet and purse. its like a casual clutch. good for when you dont wanna carry around a purse or when you travel because everything you need fits in it.