For the past two (+) months, I’ve been traveling around Brazil with only a carry-on sized backpack.
If you’re curious about what I packed, check out my pack with me video for this trip check out my pack with me video for this trip.
After this video, I received many nice messages and fellow travelers and minimalists who wanted to know what I thought of some items and if they are actually useful while traveling.
In this video, I share my experiences with you and show you how various pieces of travel gear have stood the test of time after two months of full-time travel.
I’m a big fan of minimalist travel, only taking one carry-on size bag and one personal item. So everything I take with me, I use it often.
That’s why I think I’m now in a position where I can give an honest review of their performance. 😉
I’ll also talk about what I liked, what I didn’t like and what surprised me the most.
Whether you’re a traveler looking to get the most out of your travels or you’re just looking to upgrade your gear, this video will give you valuable insight. So check out my video to see how my travel gear has performed after two months.
Products mentioned in this review:
- Tropicfeel Dune Shoes
- Niteize S-Biner Microlock
- Hydroflask Cooler Cup
- Sunscreens: La-Roche Posay Anthelios and Hawaiian Tropic Sunscreen Powder
- Oisle Powerbank
- Peak Design Packable Tote
- Alpaka Zip Pouch Max
- Sea to Summit UltraSil Drybag (2l)
- Bellroy Desk Caddy
- Wet Brush Comb + John Frieda Serum