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Why you should travel the world with a sarong

Why you should travel the world with a sarong

When I was in Bali, I became such a huge fan of the sarong that I used mine day in and day out: beach cover up, scarf, pyjamas, a towel, and even as a sheet or light blanket. Sarongs are the ultimate in multi-functional apparel and packing light because they have a multitude of uses. You really should travel the world with one!

This video gives you how to tie a sarong in 10 different but easy ways. And in Asia, where you can pick them up dirt cheap, why buy one, when you can buy five? Enjoy!

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  • Punita Malhotra August 27, 2016 at 6:23 PM

    Very useful. Saved it

    • Diane Lee August 27, 2016 at 7:00 PM

      Thank you, Punita. Glad you found it useful. Stay tuned for my next post: 101 uses for a sarong!

  • Rhonda Swan September 25, 2016 at 11:43 AM

    Very cool. I think this is a great way to travel light. Keep up the great work and live unstoppable!

    • Diane Lee September 25, 2016 at 8:19 PM

      Thanks for stopping by Travelling Homebody, Rhonda. So glad you found this post useful! ?


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