|by Sean O'Neill||Travel Gear||2|
Sheila Scarborough is a travel blogger extraordinare. She's a guiding light at The Family Travel Logue ("your one-stop guide to family travel") and at the blog of Perceptive Travel magazine. We checked in with her for a savvy tip on how she stays "wired" on the road. She says…
"Electric outlets are often scarce. At airports, hotel rooms, and elsewhere, I often struggle to find a conveniently-located electrical outlet. That's why I tuck a power strip into my laptop bag, and share it with others when needed. Any strip will do, but one with a surge protector is recommended (from $7 at Amazon).
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