It arrived today, and before I even opened the package I could detect traces of a scent that I can only imagine is an exact copy of the scent of the incense burned in Heaven above. I cannot wait to use it.
I'm growing a 'stache for Movember. Eight days in and still peach fuzz. Despite my brown hair, my facial hair comes in a nearly impossible to see blond. So much for my aspirations of an Errol Flynn-esque pencil moustache.
I should have mentioned in the OP: This is for my trip to Guatemala. Rather than going through the hassle of the 3oz rule for carry on, I'm going with solid options. Come to think of it, I can probably just use my castile soap. It works for everything else.
Not to resurrect a dead thread, but I thought I'd share my first impressions of the Duluth Trading duffel.
This bag is obviously made to be tough. The leather trimmings are thicker than any luggage I've ever seen. It's full grain, and looks really nice to boot. The canvas is heavy and seems...
I wore a bow this morning. I had on my newish (had it for a few months, but that is still new in my closet) BB button down. I left the points unbuttoned, and it looked no different than had I been wearing a straight collar.
Hanes, Fruit of the Loom, and (total splurge!) Old Navy. I consider undershirts nothing more than a tool to keep the sweat off of my shirt, and the aforementioned brands are more than adequate as far as comfort goes.
Thanks! If they can handle that sort of abuse, I imagine they can handle what I throw at them.
My only concern with the panama is seasonality, or does that even matter in that part of the world? Didn't even think of a guayabera; I'm guessing a white or neutral color would be less touristy...
I'll be in Guatemala (near Guatemala City for the majority of the trip, and a day or two in Antigua) for a week in January. Having never graced this part of the world with my presence, I find myself dumbfounded as to what I should bring, clothing wise.
Since I will be doing a lot of work...