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To celebrate Cyber Monday – the year’s busiest day for shopping online – on November 26, Skyscanner presents 20 great gift ideas for globetrotting friends and family who thought they had everything. 13. Kindle PaperwhiteIt’s a Kindle, but the screen is white, like a book, like. A 25% better contrast means you get sharp, dark text, so it’s easy to read, while the built-in Wi-Fi lets you download books in under 60 seconds so when you’ve read Fifty Shades you can go straight on to the next one.Buy on Amazon now 14. ‘The Sleeper’ Fleece Travel Pillow, £9.99This inflatable horseshoe-shaped neck pillow is a comfortable companion for long trips on any mode of transport so if you have trouble sleeping in economy class, you’ll be nodding off in no time and arrive at your destination fresh as a daisy.Buy on Amazon now 15. The Lonely Planet Travel Book, £26From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, get in the mood for your next globe-trotting trip with this inspirational tome covering 229 countries & destinations, and featuring 817 captivating images. Where are you going next?Buy on Amazon now 12. Travel Press Set Coffee Maker, £16.63Knock up a quality cup of your favourite coffee, whether you’re on the train to the airport for the 06.30 to Zurich, or watching the sunrise atop a remote peak with this great gadget that doubles as a simple travel mug thanks to its extra lid.Buy on Amazon now 5. Worst Case Scenario Travel Game, £9.95How do you pacify a particularly irritable lioness? What do you do when you’re attacked by a swarm of killer bees? You never know what difficulties you’ll encounter on holiday so gen up with this game that’s both practical and hilarious.Buy on Amazon now 6. Rough Guides World Bites Quiz Card Game, £11.99Where is the Tower of London? Which country has the largest population of crocodiles? Pass the time and improve your worldly knowledge with this fascinating and fun game based on the Rough Guides series. Buy on Amazon now 10. Passport Pouch, £5.69Never lose your most valuable possessions when travelling abroad with this pouch that safely slings around your neck. Suitably sized to accommodate your passport, the pouch could also hold your credit cards, driving licence, cash and other holiday essentials with total security.Buy on Amazon now 16. Swiss World Travel Mains Adapter, £10.95What do you get the globetrotter who has got all the gadgets? A compact world travel adapter, of course, which will ensure their gadgets work in more than 150 countries! Plug in wherever you are, and away you go.Buy on Amazon now 18. Travel Clothes Line, £4.48Ok, it may not be the most glamorous gift, but any traveller who has been caught in a downpour without a change of clothes – yes, it happens to us all – will appreciate this. 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Travelling takes a little polish off your appearance, but at least your shoes can arrive in style with this kit that’s the ideal present for the buff business traveller.Buy on Amazon now 2. Travel Guess Who, £4.99Is it a man? Does he have facial hair? Does he look a bit Danish? Guess Who is just one of a range of travel versions of classic games from Kerplunk to Connect 4, sure to keep kids of all ages amused on long journeys.Buy on Amazon now3. Trunki Trixie Ride-on Suitcase, £31.78Join the ranks of those enviously perfect families you see at airports who are actually having a good time. The way to keep the kids happy without bribing them with sweets is to empower them with their own fun luggage, preferably shaped like an animal.Buy on Amazon now Related19 Christmas gift ideas for travellersStuck for what to buy your globetrotting friends and family this Christmas?Editor’s picks: 11 top travel gifts for Christmas 2015Got a frequent traveller or a budding backpacker in your life? Want to get them something truly useful this Christmas? Look no further. We’ve rounded up the best travel gifts for Christmas 2015, from stocking fillers to the perfect package for under the tree.13 ways to be a Christmas travel heroFind out how to be a travelling Christmas angel this festive season.