Hot vacation tip! Print your pics to save your memories

From the perfect swimwear to the perfect selfies, here’s everything you need to have the best vacay this season
ByAhlan! Live ReporterSaturday , 24 June 2017
Hot vacation tip! Print your pics to save your memories

Summer can be tricky. And sticky. But not everything about the sweltering season is bad! Summer is the time to hit the beaches, relax in the shady sunshine and catch up with pals whilst perfect your glow. Heading off on a break over the next few months? Here's our guide to getting the most out of summer...

Summer vacay destination

Picking the right place to hit during the summer months is essential. It's how memories (and great pictures) are really made! Check out our list of amazing getaways to visit in 2017.

Swimwear

One of the most essential pieces of summer kit is a flattering bikini or swimsuit. Find the right one and you'll be happily taking swimwear selfies for the whole of your trip. Make sure you hit the malls early to bag the right one. We're currently *obsessed* with Boutique1's offering.

Canon Selphy portable printer

Once you've got your best bikini, you're going to need a way to take pics of it and your fabulous holiday. Yes, taking a selfie for Instagram is great but how wonderful would it be to print your holiday pics, straight from your smartphone, and save them all in a cute scrapbook? 

Canon’s new Selphy mini portable printer makes it possible to capture memories and print them as you lie on the beach. No need to even venture indoors if you really don't want to! Their wireless printer simply connects to your smartphone through an easily available app, letting you print pictures without cables or wires in less 90 seconds. Now, isn’t that amazing?

A great destination, cool new outfits and a gadget that helps you capture it all – perfect holiday, isn’t it?

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