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How to Make Camping More Comfortable

An awesome article from our friend Tadej at Camping Tent Lovers – a great resource for experienced and newbie camping tips and outdoor gear reviews. Camping can be uncomfortable, especially if it’s new to you. After the initial culture shock of the forest and the modern amenities it lacks, you can get into the mindset … Read More

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Two Weeks on the Camino de Santiago

‘Changing the way you do routine things allows a new person to grow inside of you’ Paulo Coelho – The Pilgrimage. Standing beside the Bodegas Irache Fuente del Vino (wine fountain) in the chill of the morning, we watched powerful sunlight creep up Mount Montejurra, shining gold, revealing its features with exceptional clarity. Vast blue … Read More

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A Guide to Climbing Sri Pada (Adam’s Peak)

What: Climb Sri Lanka’s 2,243m peak, Sri Pada (Adam’s Peak) a famous pilgrimage site Why: Watch the sunrise with thousands of Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim and Christian pilgrims in a strenuously humbling experience When: Pilgrimage season is from December to April due to the best conditions Where: Southern Sri Lanka, 40km from Ratnapura and 32km … Read More

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A Winter Hiking Holiday in the Peak District

It’s easy to forget about what’s on your front doorstep, particularly with travelling. We had one week to play with but in a bid to limit our carbon footprint we decided to adventure closer to home. Rather than jetset across continents we decided to rent a cabin and have a winter hiking holiday in … Read More

A Whole Bunch of Free Things to Do In Hanoi

#1 Take a stroll around Hoan Kiem Lake This had to be on the list. The lake is steeped in history and legends, playing a huge part in Hanoi culture. Completely free but vital to give you a unique and memorable experience to the city. It’s one of the best places to people watch, … Read More

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