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11. Posted by gizmo008 (Full Member 32 posts) 12y

Thanks for that link Becky, that journal sounds great - think I'll buy one now, was just going to buy a cheapo diary!! Thanks again

Giz ;)

12. Posted by viper2uk (Budding Member 11 posts) 12y

cool journal. I need 1 for my 6 month trip round Europe thanks for the link. These journals are impossible 2 find.

Have enjoyable trips
George

13. Posted by julieoz (Full Member 95 posts) 12y

on my travels im actually going to have 2 journals. one where i write places that we went and more of "blah, blah we did this did that" and can stick in little ticket stubs and things like that and pictures. the other one is going to be about how im feeling and personal things so the first one anyone can read, but the other one is a personal diary of a memento of my trip!!!!!!!!

Julie

14. Posted by gizmo008 (Full Member 32 posts) 12y

that's a really good idea but I don't want to be carrying loads of heavy books round. I do want to be able to look back at in years to come tho and remember how I was feeling at that time so I think I will use my journal for that and a travelblog on the net for all the 'I went here and there' stuff.

15. Posted by bluewaav (Inactive 627 posts) 12y

I guess you don't have stores filled with cheesy travel journals where you live that never seem to be complete. I ran across the best small one I could find, though, and they sell it at both Chapters/ Indigo and Paper Route Studios in Canada. The former store has a website, so you could search for travel journals there if you don't want one that you can write AND record in. The cover is blue, and it has computer graphics on the front. www.chapters.ca If they don't show the prices in G.B.P. then convert it at www.xe.com/ucc . It's about $15 CDN. Really, this appears to be the best bet, in my opinion, unless you find your coveted journal somewhere! I would just get a small, hardcover, leather bound journal and eliminate a large heavy book from my pack. You can always mail it home. And in case you like to write notes, quotes, other languages, then maybe also a good ol' moleskin? Some great writer put them to good use . . .. .

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