A little look inside one of my favourite spots in Dorset...
Travelling from place to place is something I’ve become more accustomed to over the past year and most of that travelling takes place in the space of just a day or over a weekend. And that kind of makes my bag pretty important to me. I want to be able to know that what I’m travelling with is going to easily carry everything I need with me.
On a day where things were a little relaxed, I went to Coast, one of my newest hangout spots, equipped with the Kaminito Crafted Goods Bag from UNDSCVRD and spent my morning there before heading into university. Before even using the bag I knew what’d be handy would be keeping both hands free. When I’m in the city I often take with me a holdall that sees me swapping it from hand to hand. Finding a bag pack was a blessing in disguise.
The past month has seen me travel back home for two weddings, numerous trips to London and then going into university for lectures. So it’s been used for different purposes and I think it’s done the job with ease. This particular day saw me pack quite light and whilst it may have just contained my daily essentials,
there have been times where I’ve pushed the bag in terms of its capacity and I never felt like it was going to collapse on me or tear at any point.
When it comes to using it for work, I manage to keep things pretty organised. Inside the bag there are a number of sections, most useful being the laptop compartment. I don’t have to bat my way through the clutter inside my bag and then find myself keeping all my small essentials and most used items in the front compartment.
Only on occasion do I find myself agreeing to product reviews, but with the travelling I knew I’d be doing it was a good chance to do a review properly. The Kaminito in my eyes has been a great bag and I see it continuing to do everything at the same level that justifies the premium for a bag of its quality.
Oh and on a sidenote, if anyone lives in the Dorset area they really should head over to Coast if they can. Great people, good coffee and a space that makes you feel like one of the cool kids.