The secret to a good trip is the tunes…

Headphones Travel

There is always that certain thrill that pulsates through your veins when you first arrive at the airport.  The anticipation of “getting away” or “having an adventure” raises the blood pressure a little.  Face it, you always want to have a good trip.  So ,whether you are checking your bags, or wheeling right along with your e-ticket, it all creates a little buzz.  Navigating through the throngs of people on the people-mover, going through security checkpoints, and at last, finding your gate.  You made it.  Now what?

This is where your CoolStream Bluetooth Stereo Headphones are the best travel accessory you packed.  No cords, no cables just the sweet sound of your music taking you to the happy place.  I find there is always that moment when I first put my headphones on over my ears that I feel like I am cheating.  Cheating who, cheating what, I dont know.  My hands kind of linger over the ear pads for a second and I smile.  It just seems like I should be experiencing more angst and suffering while I’m waiting for a flight than I am.  There is that little internal giggle, like, “I have a secret”.    And the secret is that I am listening to a raw version of Janis Joplin’s Bobby McGee and nobody knows it. J

This is the beauty of  headphones when travelling.  You can take a break from the din of activity, add your own soundtrack and get your vacation started early.  Do you need to let off some steam?  Try some Motorhead, Ace of Spades.  Or, why not juxtapose the calamity of an airport with the serenity of Ken Davis’ Early Morning Rainforest, or YoYo Ma doing a little Bach is sure to make you smile.  Whatever suits your fancy.  Load up your phone or tablet with anything you might like to listen to, even an Audio book from or and enjoy your travel experience from gate to gate.

Author: CoolStream Lover

I can't seem to recall a time when there wasn't always music playing in my home. Starting with classical piano lessons from the age of 9 while my Dad blasted Johnny Cash, to my many years enjoying the local Boston music scene I have come to the conclusion that putting more music in your life is always a good thing.