At your destination
How many times have you returned from your holiday only to realise you’ve impulsively bought a bunch of keepsakes that you’ll never use? You’re not the only one. A quick poll showed that there are 10 things that holiday-makers should really stop buying on their trips.
How many times did your souvenir T-shirt end up as pyjamas? There’s always someone in the family who doesn’t want one, trust us.
You may love them and collect them as must-haves, always making a conscious effort to look for them. But not everyone uses them if you give them one.
Like fridge magnets, they tend to suffer a similar fate.
Unless you’re supporting a local social enterprise, picking the right crafts to suit your home can be tricky.
They’re bright, colourful and sexy. And before you know it, you’ve got ten of them taking up space, doing nothing in your cupboard at home.
Floral tea, turkish delights, green bean cakes… the list goes on. You probably take a few bites and then you forget all about them. Unless you really crave them, limit the quantity you buy as they come with expiry dates.
They’re so distinct that you can usually only wear them on very rare occasions. The rest of the time they just sit in your cupboard.
Having been captured during your hell-raising rides, these photos certainly don’t make you look good half of the time. Unless you want to keep the terrified look for posterity?