Friday, 22 November 2013

Review : Travelogue scratch maps

In the Summer I bought a Luckies scratch map for my sister and her husband as a wedding gift. They love to travel and once I'd had it framed it was a perfect gift. The quality and looks of it were very impressive.

When I got the chance to review the Travelogue which was also made by Luckies of London I expected the same quality and my expectations were high.
I am pleased to say I wasn't disappointed.
The Travelogue is in a plain, thick cardboard wallet and has two sides once you open it. The left hand wallet contains your 8 mini scratch maps which each has a different region of the World. Although we aren't yet 'World' travellers as a family, we have visited quite a few places in Europe. I scratched off the places we have been and it was really easy and fun to scratch off.
It also includes a travel journal that you can write in your travel plans, record your visits, useful information and contact details. Its a good sturdy journal and I would say that it would be very robust on your travels.

This would make a great gift for anybody that like to travel or is interested in the World.  This would also be a perfect gift for my 7 year old son who is fascinated with maps, countries and travelling. It would be lovely for him to start writing about his travels and where he would like to visit next and when he is older. Its defiantly something you would keep forever.
You should really have a look at all the other Luckies products sell.
The only downside to the Travelogue is that it makes you want to travel more and my bank balance doesn't think this is a good idea...
*I was sent the Travelogue free to review but all opinions are my own.


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  2. This is really a wonderful blog to read about Scratch Maps. I am bookmarking it to read more blogs in spare times. I am also using Scratch Off Map I must say this is best creation.

  3. I have always wanted a scratch off map. I feel like it could be a good addition to my travel souvenirs. I like that the map of Landmass has scratch able flags on the bottom of the world map.