Solo New York All-Star Backpack Duffel Review

We’ve had a really busy Autumn and Winter and seem to have spent more weekends away than at home. I’ve just got a new pack and this recent travelling has allowed me to give it a really good testing. The photographs in this review are all taken (not at my house but) at a posh country manor house where we recently stayed for a wedding. The pack in question is the All-Star Backpack Duffel by Solo New York. This is…

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Christmas Gift Guide For Travellers and Travel Lovers

  Christmas Gift Guide For Travel Lovers Welcome to another Christmas gift guide, this one is for your friend, family or loved one, who is crazy about travelling. All of the products in this guide are also at wallet-friendly prices and wont break the bank. This guide features a few of my favourite travel items that I’ve used this year and can thoroughly recommend.   Lifeventure Ultralight Dry Bag Set – 5, 10, 25L These Ultralight Roll Top Bags from…

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Fjallraven Övik Scandinavian Sweater Review

  The Fjallraven Övik Scandinavian Sweater is the men’s version of the Fjallraven ladies Ovik Sweater which Vicky reviewed last month. She absolutely loves her Ovik Sweater and I am so happy to have one of my own too (although we have to make sure we don’t wear them both at the same time).   This sweater is knitted from a very soft wool blend. Wool is a fantastic natural material and even though it looks rustic and comfy it…

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Teva Ember Moc Slipper Review

Stop the presses; I think I’ve discovered the perfect adventure-proof slipper. It’s the Teva Ember Moc Slipper and it’s perfection in slipper form. These are the ultimate post-adventure or camping slipper – just what you need for autumn and winter. I’ve found them superb for camping and cold winter nights. It’s always important to have a pair of comfy slip on shoes when you’re camping so that you can quickly pop out of your van, tent or glamping option. These…

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How To Make Campfire Waffles

    The first thing you are going to need to bake waffles on your campfire is a waffle iron. The one I personally have is the Petromax Waffle Iron and I’d definitely recommend it. As with all Petromax cooking equipment (I’ve already reviewed their Kettle, Dutch Oven and Hobo Stove), it is very, very well made and will serve you brilliantly for years and years. Anyway, after you’ve got your waffle iron, you’ll need a campfire and some ingredients……

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