Holiday Gift Guide for Travelers Update

by on December 21, 2011 · 3 comments

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Chanukah started this week, Christmas is on Sunday, and we’re in the final holiday stretch to get all that shopping done (and still qualify for free shipping with certain merchants).

So if you’ve been procrastinating, or haven’t yet figured out what to get your favorite travel buddies for the holidays, I’ve put together another update to my Holiday Travel Gift Guide just in time to help you with your last-minute shopping.

In addition to the items already on there—including luxury luggage, in-flight WiFi, travel-inspired art, and more—I’ve added some really cool products including designer travel pajamas, language courses, private jet service, a gourmet wine club, folding travel bikes and more, so check it out and place those orders!

Happy holidays and safe travels!

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  • Jtgray

    Your link is broken….every time I click it I come back here.

  • Chris S.

    If you’re buying someone a Neti Pot as a stocking stuffer, make sure to deliver it with some distilled water — or you may be the death of them:

  • Connor

    I noticed a lack of books listed on the gift guide and since killing time is such a big part of travel I figured I would dish out some recommendations:

    At The Devils Table : Inside the downfall of Pablo Escobar –

    The Modernist Cookbook: – If you like cooking or food, this is the ultimate book. There are no substitution!!!

    MapHead : – Jeopardy Champ Ken Jennings wrote this absolutely fascinating book on geography, maps, and the world. Outstanding.

    The Tao of Travel : – A book for anyone who enjoys travel. Planes, trains, short distance or long distance.

    Lost In Shangri-La: – A true WWII story of survival and hands down one of the best rescue style stories ever.

    That should get people started. If anyone wants more recommendations ill be happy to leave some in teh comments section. I read 2-3 books a week.

    Also, this isnt a book but its a really cool gadget if you have a Mac Computer:

    iClooly UBoard –

    Thanks for all your great work this year Brian. Happy Holidays!

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