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Josh okungbaiye

More and more people are travelling solo as a way for self-discovery and character development. It's fantastic to explore and see what the World has to offer, but its important to stay safe out there. We know that for some of you, this may be your first time travelling to another country alone. Just to help you out, here are our top 10 tips for female solo travellers. Enjoy! :-)

(1) Only use Official Taxis

Check with the information point, the airport officials or hotel information point and find out where the official taxis are. Do not go into a taxi that you have not called for.

(2) Arrive in the daytime

Arrive in the daytime; there will be a lot more people walking around that can help you.  Also, trying to find your way around a city you have never been to is a lot less scary in the daytime.

(3) Learn the places to avoid

Research the city or country you will be visiting in advance. Find out which parts of the city are safe to stay in. Do not compromise your safety just to save money. Make sure you have travel insurance, take the taxi instead of walking at night. Be very vigilant and aware of your surroundings.

(4) Photocopy your travel documents

Losing your passport or flight tickets is a common problem and can ruin your vacation. To avoid this, make sure to have photocopies of your passport, flight tickets and any other important documentation. Put a copy, in your bag, in your purse, in your hotel room or have it saved in your phone. You never know when you might need it.

(5) Avoid giving away personal information

While travelling solo, you will meet a lot of interesting people. Remember to be vigilant and do not let strangers know what hotel you are staying in. Also, do not tell the person you are alone.

(6) Check out travel alerts

Check for any travel alerts in the country you will be visiting and look out for any alerts on wars or any other state of emergency situations. In addition, research the common crimes and scams in the country so you are well prepared and watchful.

(7) Dressing Requirements

Some countries are a lot stricter than others in terms of dressing. Before you travel check on the dressing requirements for that country or city and dress accordingly.

(8) Listen to the Locals

If locals or hotel staff tells you to not go to a certain area because it is dangerous. Do not go. In more nuanced situations, always follow your gut.

(9) Act Confident

Even though you may be unsure of yourself at times. Always act confident and assertive, it will make you less of a target.

(10) Let people know where you are

Visiting a new country or city is very exciting and you can get so caught up in the fun that you forget to update your

Introducing: The Dragon Range

Josh okungbaiye

We have been going through a lot of changes to make our company even better for you guys. We know that you have stuck with us watching our growth and development. We listened to you guys and our intuition and created an even more evolved theft-proof bag for your journey. Like all our bags, we pay very close attention to detail and craftsmanship to maintain high quality. After months of creative development we took one step further and created the new Dragon range; it was inspired by watching too many seasons of Game of Thrones and watching How To Train A Dragon (Love that movie!). Mythology and the beauty of the imagination are powerful forces. We feel these elements play a huge role in fuelling our curiosity to travel to explore the unfamiliar. We infused these ideas into the design of our bags. In regards to functionality we made sure that it could fit a lot more stuff for your travels, especially laptops for easy access. The normal sized bags can fit a laptop up to 15 inches. We also added a fluorescent dragon skin that reflects in the night so you can be easily seen and stay safe (We kind of geeked out on this because we think it is a pretty cool feature).  Also, we created the mini dragons aswell. Now you all can have your own pet dragon on your back that keeps your stuff safe.  

Introducing the Dragon range available at selected retailers and the Online Shop.

Exploring Berlin

Josh okungbaiye

A few days ago we were in Berlin and even though it was cold we got lost in the beauty and the history of city. Berlin has a deep history, it has gone through division, tragedy, reunification and has transformed for the better over the years. It is a city that is worth a visit. The architecture of the city is absolutely beautiful. We love how well the modern and historic buildings co-exist. The city also has a wonderful sense of creative freedom. We even saw a few people wearing High Spirit Bags, which was Epic! :-). Check out our journey.

The Brandenburg Gate

The Brandenburg Gate

Spotted a wonderful customer in front of the Berlin Wall.

Spotted a wonderful customer in front of the Berlin Wall.

East Berlin
Berlin Architecture
The Altes Museum

The Altes Museum

Berlin Shopping District
The Berlin TV Tower

The Berlin TV Tower

Berlin Cathedral

Berlin Cathedral

Statue Memorial