How to safe your pictures during a long trip?

IMG_0833Normally when I take pictures I return home after a day of shooting, so I can transfer my pictures from my CompactFlash card to my computer. With the 32 GB card I can take 400 pictures (RAW). In most cases this is more than enough, just in case I have a (smaller) spare card as well.
During regular holidays I take my MacBook to off load my pictures in the evening. However, this year I am going to Peru. This holiday will include some lightweight trips, so I won’t take my MacBook with me.
You can imagine that my 32 GB card won’t be enough for all these trips combined. Therefore, I bought a HyperDrive ColorSpace UDMA2 of 1 TB. It is just a hard disk with a box around it. It allows me to off load a whole range of cards, to view my JPEG and RAW pictures in color, and to share them with my iPhone or iPad via WIFI.
I started using it during one of my recent trips. It just takes a few minutes to off load my pictures from my 32 GB CompactFlash card and at home I just connected it to my iMac to ingest the pictures using Photo Mechanics. Before leaving I charged the batteries, so no need to take a charger. It works perfectly.
Ready for my next lightweight trip.