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10 gift ideas for people who are desperately missing overseas travel

For many, it’s been a long, long time since they’ve had that unique feeling of excitement and anxiety that travelling can conjure. You know how it goes: that drive to the airport, absolutely fizzing at the anticipation of what lies ahead; the vague panic of making your way through customs; the joy of an airport drink or bookstore purchase; the deep sigh of relief when you finally take your seat on the plane, and the sharp breath in when it takes off. And that’s all before you even get to your final destination, when the real fun begins. Ah, overseas travel, we have missed you so much.

Travel is important, and also a privilege; heading somewhere new can shift your perspective, push you outside of your comfort zone, and allow you to learn from other cultures. These gifts may not have quite the same thrill as an overseas jaunt, but they might help appease the travel bug for those jetsetters in your life.

St Christopher 9ct gold charm, $399

Saben luggage, from $369

Italian Street Food: Recipes from Italy's Bars and Hidden Laneways by Paola Bacchia, $55

Iko Iko palm tree sticker, $4

Byredo Mumbai Noise eau de parfum, $261

World Travel: An Irreverent Guide by Anthony Bourdain, $33

Niue shell ring, $30

Aesop Ginger Flight Therapy roll-on, $40

Luckies London/Paris puzzle, $45

Patchology Getaway Plan kit, $32

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For many, it’s been a long, long time since they’ve had that unique feeling of excitement and anxiety that travelling can conjure. You know how it goes: that drive to the airport, absolutely fizzing at the anticipation of what lies ahead; the vague panic of making your way through customs; the joy of an airport drink or bookstore purchase; the deep sigh of relief when you finally take your seat on the plane, and the sharp breath in when it takes off. And that’s all before you even get to your final destination, when the real fun begins. Ah, overseas travel, we have missed you so much.

Travel is important, and also a privilege; heading somewhere new can shift your perspective, push you outside of your comfort zone, and allow you to learn from other cultures. These gifts may not have quite the same thrill as an overseas jaunt, but they might help appease the travel bug for those jetsetters in your life.

St Christopher 9ct gold charm, $399

Saben luggage, from $369

Italian Street Food: Recipes from Italy's Bars and Hidden Laneways by Paola Bacchia, $55

Iko Iko palm tree sticker, $4

Byredo Mumbai Noise eau de parfum, $261

World Travel: An Irreverent Guide by Anthony Bourdain, $33

Niue shell ring, $30

Aesop Ginger Flight Therapy roll-on, $40

Luckies London/Paris puzzle, $45

Patchology Getaway Plan kit, $32

Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program
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10 gift ideas for people who are desperately missing overseas travel

For many, it’s been a long, long time since they’ve had that unique feeling of excitement and anxiety that travelling can conjure. You know how it goes: that drive to the airport, absolutely fizzing at the anticipation of what lies ahead; the vague panic of making your way through customs; the joy of an airport drink or bookstore purchase; the deep sigh of relief when you finally take your seat on the plane, and the sharp breath in when it takes off. And that’s all before you even get to your final destination, when the real fun begins. Ah, overseas travel, we have missed you so much.

Travel is important, and also a privilege; heading somewhere new can shift your perspective, push you outside of your comfort zone, and allow you to learn from other cultures. These gifts may not have quite the same thrill as an overseas jaunt, but they might help appease the travel bug for those jetsetters in your life.

St Christopher 9ct gold charm, $399

Saben luggage, from $369

Italian Street Food: Recipes from Italy's Bars and Hidden Laneways by Paola Bacchia, $55

Iko Iko palm tree sticker, $4

Byredo Mumbai Noise eau de parfum, $261

World Travel: An Irreverent Guide by Anthony Bourdain, $33

Niue shell ring, $30

Aesop Ginger Flight Therapy roll-on, $40

Luckies London/Paris puzzle, $45

Patchology Getaway Plan kit, $32

Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program
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10 gift ideas for people who are desperately missing overseas travel

For many, it’s been a long, long time since they’ve had that unique feeling of excitement and anxiety that travelling can conjure. You know how it goes: that drive to the airport, absolutely fizzing at the anticipation of what lies ahead; the vague panic of making your way through customs; the joy of an airport drink or bookstore purchase; the deep sigh of relief when you finally take your seat on the plane, and the sharp breath in when it takes off. And that’s all before you even get to your final destination, when the real fun begins. Ah, overseas travel, we have missed you so much.

Travel is important, and also a privilege; heading somewhere new can shift your perspective, push you outside of your comfort zone, and allow you to learn from other cultures. These gifts may not have quite the same thrill as an overseas jaunt, but they might help appease the travel bug for those jetsetters in your life.

St Christopher 9ct gold charm, $399

Saben luggage, from $369

Italian Street Food: Recipes from Italy's Bars and Hidden Laneways by Paola Bacchia, $55

Iko Iko palm tree sticker, $4

Byredo Mumbai Noise eau de parfum, $261

World Travel: An Irreverent Guide by Anthony Bourdain, $33

Niue shell ring, $30

Aesop Ginger Flight Therapy roll-on, $40

Luckies London/Paris puzzle, $45

Patchology Getaway Plan kit, $32

Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program
No items found.

For many, it’s been a long, long time since they’ve had that unique feeling of excitement and anxiety that travelling can conjure. You know how it goes: that drive to the airport, absolutely fizzing at the anticipation of what lies ahead; the vague panic of making your way through customs; the joy of an airport drink or bookstore purchase; the deep sigh of relief when you finally take your seat on the plane, and the sharp breath in when it takes off. And that’s all before you even get to your final destination, when the real fun begins. Ah, overseas travel, we have missed you so much.

Travel is important, and also a privilege; heading somewhere new can shift your perspective, push you outside of your comfort zone, and allow you to learn from other cultures. These gifts may not have quite the same thrill as an overseas jaunt, but they might help appease the travel bug for those jetsetters in your life.

St Christopher 9ct gold charm, $399

Saben luggage, from $369

Italian Street Food: Recipes from Italy's Bars and Hidden Laneways by Paola Bacchia, $55

Iko Iko palm tree sticker, $4

Byredo Mumbai Noise eau de parfum, $261

World Travel: An Irreverent Guide by Anthony Bourdain, $33

Niue shell ring, $30

Aesop Ginger Flight Therapy roll-on, $40

Luckies London/Paris puzzle, $45

Patchology Getaway Plan kit, $32

Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program
No items found.

10 gift ideas for people who are desperately missing overseas travel

For many, it’s been a long, long time since they’ve had that unique feeling of excitement and anxiety that travelling can conjure. You know how it goes: that drive to the airport, absolutely fizzing at the anticipation of what lies ahead; the vague panic of making your way through customs; the joy of an airport drink or bookstore purchase; the deep sigh of relief when you finally take your seat on the plane, and the sharp breath in when it takes off. And that’s all before you even get to your final destination, when the real fun begins. Ah, overseas travel, we have missed you so much.

Travel is important, and also a privilege; heading somewhere new can shift your perspective, push you outside of your comfort zone, and allow you to learn from other cultures. These gifts may not have quite the same thrill as an overseas jaunt, but they might help appease the travel bug for those jetsetters in your life.

St Christopher 9ct gold charm, $399

Saben luggage, from $369

Italian Street Food: Recipes from Italy's Bars and Hidden Laneways by Paola Bacchia, $55

Iko Iko palm tree sticker, $4

Byredo Mumbai Noise eau de parfum, $261

World Travel: An Irreverent Guide by Anthony Bourdain, $33

Niue shell ring, $30

Aesop Ginger Flight Therapy roll-on, $40

Luckies London/Paris puzzle, $45

Patchology Getaway Plan kit, $32

Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program
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