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Packing tips all the all the rage. They are all over facebook and pinterest….should you roll your clothes? Fold them? Put them in packing cubes? The Royals have staff pack their clothes with white tissue paper between all the clothes. How do real people pack? Get all the tips on packing for REAL people here!
Just for fun – Here is the number 1 craziest packing tip OF. ALL. TIME.
All the photos are from the Ostrich Pillow website and they are too much fun not to share.
Like it’s namesake, the bird who sticks his head in the sand..this allows you to ‘bury your head’ and nap in peace. It is supposed to be soundproof, which I would think it would HAVE to be, just to block out the sound of laughter around you.
It is SO helpful! You can channel your inner hobo…
Buy one for your friend! They can’t see you so they can’t keep you awake by laughing at you!
Sometimes a full ostrich pillow is just ‘too much’ so this is the ostrich ‘light’ for Desk Sleeping.
Still too much? How about the Ostrich Mini Pillow! You can get your power nap with this!
Or this? Way to impress the boss with your hard work!
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And, because I am the EDUCATIONAL tourist….a disclaimer.. ostriches do not really bury their heads in the sand.
Yep, true statement.
Instead, ostriches lay their heads on the ground when threatened
(Hey, no one said they were the brightest light bulb.) so they,
and I quote from Wikipedia,
“look like a bush” to their
(clearly also not the brightest bulb) predators
who can not tell a bush
from an upside down ostrich.
I find sleeping in the dark and quiet much easier than a traditionally noisy and well lit airplane environment so perhaps I should give it a try!
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Enjoy your adventures no matter what you pack! And if you give the crazy ostrich pillow a try, please send a photo! We won’t laugh at you, promise! 😉
Natalie, The Educational Tourist