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7 Items You Need To Pack For a Camping & Hiking Trip

We Always Pack for a Hiking Trip When Camping For us, camping and hiking tend to go hand-in-hand and we often pick a campsite knowing that there will be a great trek or at least a long ramble nearby for us to enjoy.  We have even been known to set…

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Nature and enjoying the outdoors is a great natural health and fantastic for your mental health. Looking out over the rolling hills as the sun rises and the mist disappears. Image provided by Dawid Zawiła on Unsplash

Nature Lover’s Guide to Planning an Unforgettable Vacation

Spending time connecting with Mother Nature’s enchanting bounties and splendours is a privilege in today’s fast-paced, modern world. The complexities and obligations of modern-day life deny us opportunities to take time off and venture into the wilderness. So, when embarking on a nature trip, it’s important to make the most…

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How to travel through South America regardless of your budget. Sharing our top tips on how to make your trip meaningful without breaking the bank via @tbookjunkie

5 Tips For Traveling Through South America On A Budget

If you are travelling around South America on a budget, there is a lot that you can do to save money without compromising on having a great time. In fact, in many cases, you will have a more authentic, genuine experience and see more of the “real South America” when…

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How to prepare and camping during a pandemic. The key things to remember during this difficult time.

How to Prepare and Camp Safely During the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has had quite an impact on our everyday lives, from our work life to any potential travel and vacation plans. Travel is pretty much off-limits all around the world, which leaves you with one simple way of getting out and enjoying a bit – camping. However, while…

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Monte Carlo for Vagabonds by R.A.Dalkey is an account of how to travel the world on an extremely tight budget

Review : Monte Carlo for Vagabonds by R.A. Dalkey

Back in 1999 R. A. Dalkey experienced his first night of what he describes as wild camping but in fact, is probably more comparable to rough sleeping. What he did realise however is that a small part of him really enjoyed it, even if he was close to getting frostbite….

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