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A Gift Guide for the Family History Traveller

Is the family historian in your life a road warrior?

Do they love to walk in the footsteps of their ancestors?

This year inspire their wanderlust with these gifts.

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1. Scratch Map - I love these maps. Great for scratching off where you've been or even use to map out family history immigration and migration.

2. Ollioclip Lens Set for iPhone - These days it's all about sharing while on your trip. But you don't have to sacrifice picture quality because you want to post on Instagram. Add this premium multi-element coated glass optics lens for a superior image quality. Fisheye, Super-Wide and Macro 15x lens options included in a single clip to provide diverse creative options.

3. Go Pro – Going for walks through about the village of your ancestors capture it all on your Go Pro. Relive your experience, strap on a GoPro, stay present at the moment while capturing memories.

4. Memory card holders  - I love this. I'm forever losing track of my sd cards. Consider storing your family photos on them. This case is water and shock resistant.

5. Pacsafe - Anything from Pacsafe is a great purchase for the family history traveller keeping valuables safe with their anti-theft system. The crossbody shoulder bag is on my list. But there are plenty of other styles and options to choose from.

6. Wrinkle wiz garment spray - No one wants to iron on a holiday. Pack the wrinkle wiz garment spray. Makes a great stocking stuffer. You want to make a good impression when you meet your new cousins.

8. Speak easy hidden pocket scarves  - Sometimes it just nice to have hands free. This scarf offers a hidden pocket for your cash and passport. And there are a number of styles to suit your wardrobe.

9. Collapsible water bottle - Brillant, I love a water bottle but hate carrying it. This solves the problem.

10. Trtl neck pillow - Tired of those blow-up or bulky pillows. Trtl pillows fold and pack away niclely still offering support and comfort.

11. Travel journal - The writer in me believes everyone needs a travel journal to capture those moments to reflect on later. This journal is especially grand because you can refill it. But it also has pockets for carrying, cards, tickets, passport and cash. Comes in three sizes.

12. Packing cubes - These are all the rage. Keep your suitcase organized and orderly with packing cubes.

13. Luggage weigh scale - No traveller should be without this handy luggage weigh scale. Easy to carry with you and at only $9.99 makes a great stocking stuffer. Could save you a lot of money when it comes to checking that luggage. 

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