Great gifts for the traveller

Logitech Keys-to-Go

This lightweight, Bluetooth keyboard is compatible with your iPad, tablet and even your phone, making it ideal for travel. As well, its protective FabricSkin cover makes cleanup from spills, stains and crumbs a breeze. Visit logitech.com.

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Carry On Cocktail Kits include everything you need to make a craft cocktail at 30,000 feet with the exception of the booze.

Carry on Cocktail Kit: Craft Cocktails at 30,000 feet

I recently received a Carry on Cocktail Kit as a gift and in November was able to try it out on a flight home from Kona, Hawaii. The Old Fashioned kit we enjoyed came in the trademark metal tin, complete with a linen coaster, small vial of bitters, individuals packs of cane sugar and a mixing spoon with one end designed for muddling ingredients. Even our flight attendants were charmed by the vintage-looking feel of the kit, which also comes in everything from the Moscow Mule to Bloody Mary. The only thing missing is the alcohol. Visit wandpdesign.com.

 

 

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This cork globe allows kids to pinpoint the places they’ve visited, or want to visit, with pushpins, while adults can keep track of bucket-list destinations and past and future travels.

Cork globe

As a grandma with a goal to stop buying trendy, disposable toys for the grandkids, this globe really caught my eye. Kids can pinpoint the places they’ve visited, or want to visit, with pushpins, while adults can keep track of bucket-list destinations and past and future travels. Visit suck.uk.com.

 

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These Jet Set coasters show off your well-travelled side with global glamour.

Jet Set coasters

These posh protectors designed by Jonathan Adler are the perfect destination for drinks. These Jet Set coasters show off your well-traveled side with global glamour, high-fired, glossy porcelain and bold graphics. Visit jonathanadler.com.

 

 

 

 

 

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Vancouver-based Mia Melon's water and wind-proof jackets combine function and fashion.

Mia Melon: Water and wind-proof jackets

The brains behind this Vancouver-based company decided one day that there had to be a way to combine form, fashion and function when it came to water and wind-proof outerwear for women.  The end result is a collection of jackets, hoodies and coats that can take you from the office to the outback.

The company has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund its spring 2017 collection and the reward for backers is deeply discounted 2017 jackets and coats. Mia Melon is available at boutiques, better department stores and online at miamelon.com

 

 

 

 

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This is That: Travel Guide to Canada pokes polite fun at traditional guides -- and Canada.

 

 

This is That: Travel Guide to Canada

From CBC’s beloved satirical comedy team comes this hilariously outrageous parody of the travel guide genre and what it means to visit Canada. Searching for a weekend getaway with the kids? This is That will teach you how to navigate the 12 petting zoos of Etobicoke and how to avoid pickpockets in Kamploops. Visit raincoast.com.

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