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Looking after your baggage in travel

I went to a great deal of trouble this year searching for travel baggage that had colours or patterns that would show up on baggage carousels and on planes. I didn’t want my baggage to go missing or get taken by someone else and I wanted to be able to identify it quickly. But I think all speaker travellers need to have a look at what Tim Gard from the US does. He’s a scream! Enjoy.

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  1. Kathie,

    This was a fabulous post! So funny.

    Thank you for sharing.

    Sally

    http://www.drsallywitt.com

  2. This guy is hilarious! Since I have a black roller bag, I’m running right out to buy a rubber chicken. Never knew they could come in so handy!

  3. This is cute. It is funny to see al the luggage, particularly the ones who are trying to stand out.

  4. Thank you so much for this. I can’t wait until my husband sees it as well. We just got home from a two week vacation and travel bags became an exercise in frustration – especially since we ended up paying more for them (overweight) than the air tickets! And yes, we did almost walk away with someone else’s bag.

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