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    Sticky: Here's my Side Kick enjoying the sunshine at the...

    Here's my Side Kick enjoying the sunshine at the Lady Norwood Rose Garden here in Wellington. (It's summer here in New Zealand!)

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    Sticky: I've taken my A30, a Side Kick, and various other...

    I've taken my A30, a Side Kick, and various other items on a trip to Queenstown. The only photo I took showing them there was the one below, on the last night. I was lucky enough to get an upgrade to...
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    Sticky: Here's a voting picture from New Zealand. One of...

    Here's a voting picture from New Zealand. One of the voting places in my area was the Cable Car Museum, which certainly is more interesting than the usual school or community hall, or shop in a...
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    I used the Pop Tote as a gym bag when I was going...

    I used the Pop Tote as a gym bag when I was going to the gym. Like Traveltech, I shower at home so it was really just for clothes and shoes.
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    I have a packing cube backpack and 2 small...

    I have a packing cube backpack and 2 small packing cubes for my A30. I generally use the packing cube backpack and one of the cubes. The remaining space is filled with a travel tray containing...
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    21. Always drink coffee standing at the kitchen...

    21. Always drink coffee standing at the kitchen counter. It saves a euro.
    22. Take a folding umbrella with you when you step out into the garden, just in case it rains. Weather in Europe can be very...
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    Currently I want to go to Paris, a trip that was...

    Currently I want to go to Paris, a trip that was scheduled for April but got cancelled. The only trip in the near future is a weekend trip to Auckland, where I'm planning to go to a couple of...
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    Sounds like a great trip! May I suggest a...

    Sounds like a great trip! May I suggest a modification? USA>>Europe>>UAE>>Japan>>Australia+NZ>>Hawaii>>Western US

    Going to Australia and New Zealand first means you're backtracking to go to Japan....
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    In New Zealand, where we are prone to various...

    In New Zealand, where we are prone to various natural disasters, there's some official advice on what to pack in a grab bag, sorted into essential, should have and nice to have items.

    Most of...
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    Sticky: I'm pretty sure that's an A45.

    I'm pretty sure that's an A45.
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    I think the idea is that the health screening...

    I think the idea is that the health screening that will be done prior to boarding will reduce the risks. This will take extra time, so reducing the amount of baggage people need to stow once onboard...
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    Just heard that Scoot has reduced its cabin...

    Just heard that Scoot has reduced its cabin baggage allowance to only 3kg as part of additional Covid-19 precautions.
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    I've submitted an A30 review. Really happy to do...

    I've submitted an A30 review. Really happy to do this as the bag has been so great during my travels.
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    Sticky: Great to see you out and about! Museums will open...

    Great to see you out and about! Museums will open here starting in a few days time, so I'm hoping to get out a bit more with my bags.
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    Sticky: My Side Kick went with me to get a spiced hot...

    My Side Kick went with me to get a spiced hot chocolate with homemade marshmallow, enjoyed sitting in the sun in a park. Since yesterday cafes and restaurants have reopened for takeout orders only,...
  16. I think the Side Kick is a great everyday bag...

    I think the Side Kick is a great everyday bag because it's easy to keep everything organised and it holds quite a lot. I've taken one on my last four trips to Japan. You'll be able to keep the...
  17. Thank you for this - I'll be watching! I had...

    Thank you for this - I'll be watching! I had planned to watch a National Theatre play this weekend, but the play for this week is Treasure Island which didn't appeal so much. Last week it was Jane...
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    I guess they are thinking of possible issues with...

    I guess they are thinking of possible issues with cabin baggage being in a confined space with people for several hours? And not knowing where it's been beforehand?
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    Emirates not accepting cabin baggage

    Recent news is that Emirates is currently not accepting cabin baggage due to COVID-19 for the limited flights they are flying....
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    The Tri-Star wouldn't count as a personal item on...

    The Tri-Star wouldn't count as a personal item on Australian and New Zealand airlines either.

    Looking at the photos above, I am curious about your money bags which look useful. They seem to carry...
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    Here in New Zealand, we are currently in lockdown...

    Here in New Zealand, we are currently in lockdown for at least 4 weeks. This involves staying within our housefold (or "bubble") and only going out for essential things such as food and medical...
  22. Japan's numbers are low but that doesn't mean the...

    Japan's numbers are low but that doesn't mean the outbreak is under control there. There has been a very low rate of testing compared with other countries and criticism that the government has been...
  23. Another mask idea, for those of you who have been...

    Another mask idea, for those of you who have been to Japan and bought tenugui as souvenirs.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gjt3tbIMgc0&feature=youtu.be
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    Singer are most definitely still making sewing...

    Singer are most definitely still making sewing machines. Having said that, there are some European brands that are popular these days. As well as Bernina, Elna has a good reputation, also Pfaff.
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    Participating in group activities can still...

    Participating in group activities can still happen, but differently. My sister's knitting group is now meeting via Skype instead of in a cafe. In Japan there is a new term, on-nomi, or online...
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