Extension Lead

Extension Lead

Hi fellow travellers, how are we all today? I don’t really have much time today but I wanted to write a quick post on my travel and tourism blog.  

 

Recently me and my partner set off to travel around our new home country, Cambodia.  We had made it to Phnom Penh and settled into our guesthouse for the next 2 days before realising we needed a travel adaptor for both of the laptops we had - 1 with a Canadian plug, and the other with a british plug.   We headed out, rather confidently, to our favourite cheap mall, Sorya.  Unfortunately when we got there we realised that it was partially shut for renovations, and the only shops available were the clothes stalls.  It was now a bit late and all the markets were shut, undeterred we headed back towards our guesthouse, and decided to keep going towards another mall, this time the more expensive western style mall, Aeon mall.  We headed towards the electronics shop and crossed all our fingers that we would find something, and the only thing we could find was an extension cord.  It as fairly cheap, and we were fairly desperate so we bought it for $4 and headed back to our guesthouse.  And I have to tell you that if you’re travelling as a couple and have spare room, bring the extension cord, not only do you never have to worry about where the plug sockets are in the room but you will alwa ys be able to watch tv on your laptop in bed, or charge your phone where you’re able to hear your alarm.  Its saved time for us, and had meant we can plug everything in at once so neither of us is stuck on a long bus journey without a charged device.  Highly recommend, even if you don’t understand how useful it is yet.  Give a go, you might find it saves your butt.