1. E6 Tips for Charging Electronics Ralph Velasco 4:43

In this episode, you’ll learn some of my best tips for charging your electronics while on the road, as well as the ABCs of travel…Always Be Charging.  I’ll also make a number of product suggestions, products that I actually use and recommend, you can see the links to them below.

The Continental DRIFTER on YouTube

The Continental DRIFTER blog

Alla Campagna Experiences

PhotoEnrichment Adventures


Link to my Kit of travel, photography, video, and business products

Simran SM-80USB power strip

Simran SM-60 Universal Power Strip

3 Port USB Plug Cube

Amazon Basics 10’ Double Braided Lightning to USB Cable

Nite Ize Original Gear Tie, Reusable

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For more than 15 years, I've been organizing and leading small-group cultural tours around the world. These trips are specifically designed for active Baby Boomers and have all been 5-star rated and reviewed by my past clients.

Just some of the locations I continue to lead trips to include Antarctica, Cuba, Mexico's Copper Canyon, Cambodia, India, Vietnam, and throughout the Mediterranean (Spain, Italy, France, Portugal) and others (Armenia & Georgia and Finnish & Swedish Lapland).

During these trips, I love to share off-the-beaten-path locations and unique experiences, such as olive oil and caviar tastings, wine and spirit tastings, foodie tours and market walks, cooking classes and demonstrations, and when possible, I always introduce my clients to the local people, often getting into their homes and places of business to see how they live and work. We use expert local guides to be our interpreters, offer local history, answer questions, and provide us with insights into the local customs and more.

My YouTube channel, The Continental DRIFTER® (https://youtube.com/continentaldrifter) is where I share travel and photography tips with a large list of mature travelers who have remained loyal to my brand throughout the years.

I always say, "Life's too short not to travel!"