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Smartphones have become essential to our lives, and even more so when it comes to traveling. With the increasing use of technology and the development of smartphones and digital tablets, getting your phone ready with the right apps has become as much important as packing your bags properly.…

Ah, mosquito bites…we’ve all had that problem! One might even add that it’s one of the downsides of traveling, the buzzing sounds, the itching, the scars. Whether you’re in Asia, Africa, Latin America or any other exotic destination of the world, mosquito bites can pretty much ruin your…

Profiter d'un voyage low-cost : les nouvelles solutions

Today, fewer and fewer people are going on holiday. We can attribute this to financial reasons, in fact, most people believe that it is very expensive to go on holiday. However, there are low-cost ways to travel. Nannybag brings you tips to reduce the cost of your holidays!…

Travelling with new services

The travel trend doesn’t end with time, quite the contrary, the number of travellers continues to increase. Start-ups have understood this and are offering new services that are revolutionizing the way people travel! While the touristic offer continues to diversify, you may find yourself overwhelmed with information. The…

You still haven’t planned your trip in August?  Relax, Nannybag is here. We have prepared a small selection of the best places to travel in August. Where things really move in August! Nevada, USA. But why Nevada, you may ask. Quite simply because from August 25 to September 2 there is the Burning man. One of the biggest music festivals in the world, happening the middle of…

When you’re traveling you can encounter local customs, and they can be…special, when you don’t know them. Every country his customs and better be aware of them when traveling. Nannybag found 12 of them for you: Africa To start with the local customs, in Egypt, forget salt. Adding salt to your meal is seen as insulting to the one cooking. In Japan, it’s extremely rude to eat with a fork and knife. So before traveling to Japan, be sure of being an expert at chopstick welding. To add to, if you’re invited to take food from a shared dish, always, always take food from the part that didn’t touch your mouth.…