Anywhere But Home Takes the Raja Pack on the Trans-Siberian Railway

Naomi, wanderlust-filled adventurer and writer of Anywhere but home, is on the move. Presently, Naomi has hopped on the Trans-Siberian Railway and is making her way through China, Mongolia, and Russia on a 6 to 12 month sojourn (I know, we're a lot jealous too!)  And, to make her journey even sweeter, she picked up the Indonesia 5 Raja Pack, to carry her life in for the next year.  

 

What does Naomi have to say about backpacking with her Raja Pack so far? 

"As for my first impression, I have to say….I love it. Not only is the bag just as beautiful as in its pictures (the design I have features an Indonesian batik fabric), but the bag itself is serious quality. Even stuffed with my entire life (and trust me, there’s something crammed into every nook and cranny) the stitches aren’t showing signs of strain. The roll-top lets the bag expand with whatever you put in it, so if I need to get more room, it’s there. One of the side pockets opens into the main compartment, letting you get quick access to anything at the bottom of the bag. And best of all, there is a serious laptop compartment in the back – the padding is at least 1 inch thick, which makes me feel a lot better about putting my frail little laptop inside."


Check out the full post she wrote about her new Ethnotek pack: http://www.anywhere-but-home.com/my-new-favourite-travel-accessory-introducing-ethnotek-bags/

Naomi, we are so jazzed to continue to follow your story. Wishing you safe and beautiful travels on this epic adventure!

September 05, 2012 by Stephanie Dalager
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