• Swedbank säkerhetsdosa
  • Spare credit card for an emergency such as losing my wallet
  • Lufthansa Miles & More card
  • Public transit stored value cards. Suica (Japan), Pasmo (Japan), Octopus (Hong Kong), Ezlink (Singapore)
  • British passport
  • American passport
  • Dk tdc sim
  • S Telenor SIM
  • Orange UK SIM
  • S Telia SIM
  • Hong Kong dollars
  • Singapore dollars
  • Malay ringitts
  • American dollars
  • Japanese yen

Bought a travel wallet :(

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The first rule of elitist intercontinental travel is "never own a travel wallet". I know. Unfortunately I saw this one and it had a Swedish flag on it and two Ä's and it was practical. It has slots for both of my passports, a nice area to keep my Swedbank security device, a place to keep a spare credit card and the 4 public transit stored value cards I'll use on this trip as well as 5 of the currencies I'll need and of course some spare SIM cards.

I usually just shove all of this stuff into a pocket of my backpack or jam as much as I can into my wallet and it just doesn't work out that well. This will function much better.

It should go without saying that I will *never* wear this. The first thing I did was detach the neck strap. I will also never take it out in public. It's basically a place to keep things I'm not immediately using like one of my passports, currencies, Swedbank thing, SIM cards...


Abady M. Saleh, 小胖2012, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. PassportVisaGuide 33 months ago | reply

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  2. JulyTotoro 13 months ago | reply

    The thing for SIM cards is interesting, never saw anything like this. Looks handy

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