If you’re soon departing on a cruise or Caribbean islands or even just staying at a resort, one key component of your trip will be shopping. Whether shopping for yourself or souvenirs for your friends and loved ones back home, it’s damn near impossible to avoid shopping when you go on vacation anywhere. If you have any friends who are cannabis enthusiasts, you’ll find nothing short of a surplus of grinders, ashtrays, c , and so much more.
No, It’s Not Legal
Don’t get the wrong idea. You’re wrong if you think that just because you see many cannabis smoking accessories, it might be legal. Depending on what American state or Canadian province you’re from, you might understand what I mean when I say all these products can only be sold because of similar laws that allow head shops to sell bongs in North America. By claiming that any cheap water pipes or rolling papers are ‘for tobacco use only, they can sell similar products to tourists. Even if you find a safe way to acquire some herb on a Caribbean island, don’t use any pipe or bong you’d like to bring home unless you’re prepared to clean it thoroughly before taking it to the airport.
No Stress At The Airport
On the other hand, don’t go and start worrying about hiding a grinder or cheap little water pipe in your luggage. There’s nothing illegal about traveling with those items as long as they have no residues from illicit drugs. You could use a line for tobacco and travel with that, too, theoretically. Airport security guards in the Caribbean islands surely know how tourists love to come home with cannabis-related souvenirs for friends back home. Going out of your way to hide objects like these will attract their attention for no reason. Be nonchalant and put them together in one compartment of your luggage, and you will not be bothered.