People often ask me why was it that we chose Canada to emigrate to. There were many options that may have been far better in terms of living expenses and weather conditions such as European countries. Ours is a simple answer. We have family in Canada and it’ll fare well for us as it offers […]
Travel and outdoor equipment and kit
The day we booked our tickets to Canada, the only thing I could think about was the new home. Everything would be brand new – furniture, curtains, appliances and even our toiletries. It was my husband who gave me a much-needed wake-up call that forced me to come out of my fantastic daydream.
Very few people willingly want to move out of their comfort zone. There is always a driving force that compels a person to take such a huge step. People have been migrating from their homelands for centuries. Some are forced to flee because of unfavorable circumstances, some are drawn to the charm of a new […]
When I tell people around me that I am going to emigrate to Canada next month, the first thing they ask is why. This is followed by dozens of more questions. What am I planning to do there? How will I survive the harsh winters? What about your house here? Will you sell off everything? […]
Best Large Hard Shell Check-in Suitcases – Big, strong, lightweight luggage that’s great for any trip
Why board with a carry-on when you go check-in. Here are some of the best large suitcases that not only look good but hard wearing and tough for that extended holiday trip or bag free boarding.
Keeping your gadgets safe for your next adventure trip or everyday travels and commutes now cost less than having your gadget repair for water damage with one of these affordable dry bags.
We love the outdoors as much as we love our gadgets but how to keep our gadgets safe from the elements when travelling.
With international travel becoming cheaper, easier and so much more accessible, it’s so easy these day to pack up an over-night bag and hit the road; or the skies, as the case may be and explore the globe.
Ever since the first time I saw these hydration packs, I’ve always thought they were a genius invention – hands-free, carrying relatively large volumes (2L or more) on your back in a tiny rucksack – seems like the perfect way to carry water (Camelbak is such a appropriate name here!).