Travelogue Holiday Memories Set
Jetting off on a memorable adventure? Then the Travelogue will become your new best friend! It's a great gift for somebody who is about to embark on their gap year abroad, or simply for those who love to explore the world. Designed just for the traveller, it includes 64 pages of high-quality paper for documenting your journey. You'll also find great tips and advice enclosed inside and 8 miniature scratch maps, which represent the different regions in the world.
Document every little step of your journey by writing about and scratching off all the places you've visited. You'll end up with a journal packed full of memories from your travels that you can look back on fondly and share with you're loved ones. - J.F.
- Travel journal
- 64 pages of high quality paper
- Tips and advice
- 8 miniature scratch maps
- A great way to record memories of your journey
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I'm not so sure about this Travelogue Holiday Memories Set. I'm undecided as to whether I like it or not. Different types of travelogue I bought in the past had many more 'features'. This seems sparse and the scratch maps are a bit naff. I might change my mind once I start to use it.