Trip Passport

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The Trip Passport contains 20 entry logs to record meaningful details of each trip taken.

Each entry page is accompanied by a blank page for thoughts, mementos, or photos. Entries can be used to record entire trips or single days from a given trip. The back pages of the Trip Passport include bucket lists, flight logs, and checklists.

  • Materials: foil-stamped stipple cover & center-sewn binding
  • Page Count: 48 Pages (20 Trips, 8 Bonus Pages)
  • Dimensions: 3.5" x 5.5"
  • Weight: 2 oz

Jot Down Your Memories

Our family of Passports encourages you to slow down, observe, and take notes to capture life’s moments. After all, looking back is half the fun.

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Emily M.Verified
Honeymoon Gift
I bought this as part of a Christmas gift for my sister and her new husband to use on their honeymoon. They loved it! I thought it would be a way to catalog ONE whole trip, not individual sites - but that's probably my fault :) Regardless, my sister can't wait to use it. And I love the size! So cute.
Patrick M.Verified
Catie B.Verified
Good idea, not good size.
Hi...I LOVE the idea of your journals! I was hoping to use one as a travelogue. My father passed away recently and left us some money to do things we didn't have opportunity to do before, so it was important to me to catalog the things we are doing. I am hugely disappointed in the size of the book sent. I think having larger versions would be better for most people. It's very difficult to use it widely when it is so small. That size is great to carry in your pocket, but for longevity of memories not so much.
Connie L.Verified
Bad ink
The ink is too faint to see the writing. I also purchased the Tooth book for my grandson and the ink is dark. They should use the dark ink on all of the products.
Jenny S.Verified
Useful but small
I should have checked the dimensions. It is smaller than I would have liked.