Two inches long by two inches wide when compressed, this clothes line for the modern traveller is a great investment. It allows you to do your own laundry which saves you considerable money in the long run.
It is compact. You could stick it in your ear.
It can hang off anything. Light switches, doorknobs, dresser knobs, trees and T.V.'s.
It doesn't need clothespins. It actually had beads that you draw tight on each side of your individual piece of clothing.
It has u-hooks on each end so there is no need to make knots.
Either that or you could just buy a 15 foot length of rope.
GoPro with protective case and tripod arm
GoPro with protective case: If you plan on traveling, get one! This is the most versatile camera and it's absolutely amazing for travelling because it is:
small-great for packing in a small day purse/bag
waterproof-take it on a boat, scuba diving, to the beach
Durable: drop it, take it to the desert
User friendly: so easy and it takes great pictures with minimal skill.
"Trail Wallet" app
This is the single best app we have purchased (3.99 or something) for the road.
Keeps track of our traveling budget by entering purchases in the local currency and then it automatically converts it to the Canadian dollar (or whatever you set as your home currency).
Allows you to categorize each purchase (accommodation, transportation, food etc)
Provides a daily expenses summary as well as a summary of total expenses
Shows a breakdown of where your money is going by category
It's incredibly fast and easy to input in your phone as you make purchases