Over the Easter holidays, I went camping in Pembrokeshire in Wales. It’s a beautiful part of the world and a lovely place to go camping. As we were camping for a few days we took and pitched the roomy Coleman Rocky Mountain 5 tent. I hadn’t been to Pembrokeshire before and really loved it there. It was similar to Cornwall but even more rural and the beaches much, much quieter! I’ve already written about our trip to Skomer Island but…View Post
This category is for all the landlubbers out there, it contains all the adventures you can have without getting your feet wet! Come here for hiking, camping, outdoor cooking and all the other great activities you can take part in around Cornwall.
Festivals are becoming more and more popular every year! Every summer there seems to be another one popping up and it’s no surprise, they’re awesome fun. Like most people, I love watching bands and I love camping and festivals are just a great combination of the two. With this ever increasing festival scene, Coleman have created a range of festival camping gear. In the photo above is my Coleman Cobra 2 Tent I’ve got a few pieces of kit from…View Post
I’ve had a big, chunky, towel changing robe for years. It’s served me well and has kept me dry and covered up hundreds of times. It is however pretty huge and heavy, it was with this in mind that I thought I’d investigate what smaller, more lightweight alternatives there are available. In this review, I’m going to compare two highly portable changing robes: the Lifeventure lightweight SoftFibre fabric changing robe and the Lifeventure premium soft-feel fabric changing robe. Both of…View Post
The evenings are getting longer, the weather is getting warmer and outdoor cooking season is definitely upon us! I’m a huge, huge, huge fan of cooking outdoors and especially on beautiful Cornish beaches. I don’t mind if it’s a cool gas stove like the Kinjia or a gas grill like the Kuchoma. Undoubtedly though, you can’t get a more rousing, exciting experience than cooking on an open fire. With that in mind, I’m going to review the Primus Kamoto OpenFire…View Post
It doesn’t matter whether you are backpacking for hiking, hunting or camping, a backpacking stove is an important necessity. There are other gears you need during your camping or hunting trip, which you can learn more about here. If you like to travel alone, you can try backpacking solo. You don’t have to worry about the cost too, because solo backpacking trips won’t cost much. If you are backpacking to your favourite camping or hunting spot, there are some equipment…View Post