All you Lazy Wombats seemed to love our last top 3 hostel tips, so why not, here’s 3 more. We have far too many good memories from our time in hostels, and our fair share of bad ones too. Don’t make the same mistakes that other travellers have and educate yourself for a top tier time on the road!
What does it truly mean to be ‘sand free’? What does it truly mean to be? Age-old questions that have plagued even the greatest of philosophers over the past centuries. Well, unfortunately we can’t be of much help with the latter, but boy oh boy can we answer the first one.
Packing your bags for your next trip is always exciting. That also means it’s easy to get carried away. It might be tempting to overpack just to be safe, but how many times have you returned home from a trip with unused items that you were lugging around for weeks?
When we set about engineering the original Lazy Wombat towels, we wanted to make something that we ourselves would want to use. So while it is technically a beach towel, it’s so much more than that. Here are 5 ways to use your Lazy Wombat towel.
Have you ever finished packing for your flight in a couple hours and you’ve just managed to squeeze everything into your bag, only to realise you need to pack a towel too? Have you then gone through the motions of realising how bulky towels actually are?
Hostels can be one of the best ways to see the world, when done correctly. On the other hand, they can also be one of the worst experiences if you don’t know what you’re doing. Here are our top 3 tips for staying in hostels.
We spent countless long nights finding the right manufacturer with the right methods and fabrics to create the ultimate towel for whatever adventures await you. We use a microfibre blend combined with a special type of weaving method that results in a darn good towel. Here’s an overview of why they’re so special.