I do origami anywhere in my house, and anywhere I go to. At a restaurant, in an airplane, on a picnic table at a park, etc. As long as I have a solid surface to fold on and good lighting besides paper, I can do it anywhere. And that's the beauty of this form of art. "A solid surface" is relatively easy to get; all you need is a table, a lap table, a clipboard, or even just a book to fold on. But good lighting is not always easy to come by, and it is a must since I want to have those very precise folds, every time. Besides, my eye sight is terrible in dark.
So I recently bought a little book light. It is called MiniFlex LED Book Light by Mighty Bright. I bought it for about 10 bucks at Fred Meyer but it's available at Amazon, etc. too. It clips on to a book or it can stand by itself. It has a flexible neck. It's so compact you can take it anywhere. I brought it to a plane recently, and it worked better than that light on the ceiling of the plane. I plan to bring it to camping trips this summer too. I think it will come in handy at anywhere I travel to. I highly recommend this product to anyone!