One of the pesky little things of living in this beautiful city of mine is transport. All my friends who live outside of Paris own a car. The simplicity of jumping into a car and driving to a shop, loading the groceries or bigger items from the trolly to the boot of the car and unloading at the other end, is something I am sometimes quite envious of.
This is why I was just a little bit excited when I discovered the Micro Beach Wagon. Paris may not be close to a beach, but I reckon the wagon should be called the Micro City Wagon. It is so great — I have transported anything from plants, kids, groceries to bits and pieces of small furniture in it.
The genius thing about it is that it folds up like a pack and play, so it is easy to store away even in a Parisian-sized flat.
I am very much looking forward to taking the wagon to the beach this summer. Apparently the wheels work on sand , so it could be an excellent way to transport all our gear around beaches and campsites. It could possibly be a way to lose fewer flip-flops, hats, toys and other sundries that tend to disappear on the long walks home from the beach.