Another guide on what Lucy has taken on her honeymoon:
“This is the technology part of my honeymoon essentials, as everything else was covered in my last post. I have to confess that, as well as the items I have here, I am also taking my DSLR with me, as that’ll be my main source of photo taking, but I was using it to take these pictures, so I’ll just go through what’s here. I think it also goes without saying to make sure you take chargers for all your tech, you don’t want to lose batter power at vital moments!”
iPod & Headphones – I load up my iPod before every trip I take, and listen to it pretty much all the way through any flight, so this is essential for me. These headphones are new, as I was getting tired of the generic apple ones I’ve previously owned, so I’m excited to see how these fare on our holiday. Plus, they’re much prettier.
Activity Watch – I’ve always been a fan of knowing how active I’m being on any given day, so given how much we’re going to be walking on this holiday, I thought it’d be a good idea to take along a pedometer. This one was cheaper than most of the other brands available, but it still seems to be able to do all the same things, counting steps, calories, etc. so I’m looking forward to giving it a workout!
Cameras – I’ve already mentioned that I’ll be taking my DSLR with us, but I’m also giving an instant camera a go this time around. This is my first experience of a camera of this type and I’m really excited to try it and see what other kinds of images I can produce. And Florida seems like the perfect subject to try it out on.
iPhone – My phone is essential anywhere we go, but it has a ton of apps on it that I’ll be using whilst we’re away and will likely to a common photo-capturing device when my cameras aren’t close by. Theme park apps will probably be the main use, as well as the maps app, but it’ll prove to be invaluable, I’m sure.