I own far too many small cheap cameras. So having to choose which one is the best is very difficult. Usually I'd carry with me two or three cameras, preferably one pinhole camera. At the moment my cheap camera is a pinhole camera called RealitySoSubtle 6x6 for 120 film format.
Recently I've mostly taken photos with pinhole cameras both on 120 film and 4x5” sheet film. Shooting large format was totally new to me, and it offered new challenges in loading the film holders and the whole developing process. For me, the developing part, the scanning process are almost as interesting as the act of taking pictures.
Shooting with a pinhole camera gives me the freedom to have a certain kind of control. I love its simplicity, the wide angles and the warped perspectives.
I started with photography while studying back in the '70s and learned to develop my own films during that time. Did analog photography since then, though I had my "years off" doing digital photography. But now I'm back to my roots which of course is shooting with film.
I'm also a fan of cameras such as the Olympus XA, Lomo LC-A and the half frame camera Belomo Agat 18K. My favorites among the SLRs family is the Nikon F-series and Yashica FX-3. During those days when I feel like challenging myself, I'd use one of my Russian friends such as the Fed, Zorki or Kiev.
You don't necessarily have to always be somewhere like a long holiday trip to be able to take great photos. I for one would find myself being so interested to take snapshots of things, places and people around the neighborhood where I live.