Lonely Planet just released two fun, pocket-sized travel books: “How to Pack for Any Trip” ($11.99) and “Just POINT!” ($8.63). Both are handy guides, especially for those who don’t want to always have to reach for their phone apps for travel help.

How to Pack for Any Trip“How to Pack for Any Trip” shows you how to make the most out of your suitcase space—whether you’re away for a weekend or a year, heading to the desert or subzero temperatures, hate packing or consider it an art—with tips, methods, luggage overviews, packing lists and more.
Grab it: Grab “How to Pack for Any Trip” from $11.99 on Amazon here.

Just POINT!“Just POINT!: A Visual Dictionary for the Discerning Globetrotter” is a different kind of phrasebook—an illustrated tool to help communicate with anyone, anytime, anywhere. Looking for a yoga, pilates or tai chi class to take? Want to ask for a hair dryer or iron for your room? “Just Point!” makes expressing yourself easy, no matter the language barrier. The deck includes over 40 cards with around 500 icons of various food, drinks, accommodation, transportation, fashion, sightseeing, and more for any kind of scenario. It makes communicating a breeze—and won’t fail to get a smile.
Grab it: Grab “Just POINT!” from $8.63 on Amazon here.

Johnny Jet
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