Wild Country Zephyros 2 Compact Tent Review

As much as I love a huge family, multi-room, house like tent – you’ve got to love a small, compact tent. It’s brilliant to have a lightweight tent that can easily be carried on the trail and packed in your backpack. The Wild Country Zephyros 2 Tent has some great light weight credentials: on the scales it comes in at just 1.9kg, this makes the tent really easy to carry when backpacking. With the measuring stick, when the tent is…

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Thermarest NeoAir Venture Sleeping Mat and Salewa Spice Davos Sleeping Bag Review

I’m a massive fan of light weight camping and backpacking. This minimilistic style of camping really appeals to me and allows you to trek and camp without a lot of the faff and excess gear that goes along with it. After choosing your tent, two of the next most important items of kit to think about when you’re choosing your gear are your sleeping bag and sleeping mat; that’s why in this review I’m going to write about one of…

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Cool Things You Must Do in Paris, France

This summer I went on a mini-tour around Europe. Although it was a much shorter trip than my Europe 2018 and Europe 2017 trips, the mini travel was awesome. We visited Luxemourg, Germany and ended in Paris, France. It’s not a real surprise that Paris was my favourite location so much so that I thought I’d write about it first.   The Eiffel Tower When we got off the Metro underground and made our way up to street level to…

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Icon Oria Bean Bag Armchair Review

I’m sitting here writing this on the incredibly comfortable Icon Oria Bean Bag Armchair which I’m going to write about and review… Now! This is a bean bag, but not as you know them, it isn’t a large round ball that slumps down on the floor – this is a bean bag chair! What this means is that it’s got the same slouchy, comfy, moulding to your body feeling that you get with a traditional bean bags but in a…

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Camping on St Martin’s on the Isles of Scilly

Back earlier in the summer we took a trip to the Isles of Scilly to go camping on St Martin’s island. I’d never been to the Isles of Scilly before and was really looking forward to it.   Going Camping On The Isles of Scilly We had booked to take the Scillonian Ferry across from Penzance to St Mary’s (the largest and ‘main’ island) and from there we would take a little boat to the smaller island of St Martin’s.…

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