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Uncategorized / 13.04.2018

Especially as travellers recording our adventures, the internet is at the heart of our lives. Nowadays, "What’s the Wi-Fi code?" is probably the first question we ask when we check in, so eager to connect with our loved ones and share our experiences on social media. If you’re an intrepid explorer, often with not one sliver of a network bar available, you must learn to improvise, adapt and overcome such hardships. This doesn’t mean hacking through the deep Asian jungle looking for a coffee shop though. No, our precious...

Blog / 11.04.2018

It's easy to find a destination that offers one or two types of outdoor activities, from rock climbing to river rafting to mountain biking. Located in Utah on the south edge of the Grand Canyon, Moab offers just about every activity you can think of. Its incredible location puts it within a 60-minute drive of two of the five mightiest national parks in the US. High and dry Arches National Park is just a short walk north of Moab. This 76,518-acre reserve hosts the world's largest collection of natural arches....

Blog / 04.04.2018

If you have looked into traveling to Southeast asia at any given point, chances are you have heard or read about the Banana Pancake Trail. This so called trail refers to undefined but general route for many backpackers looking to explore Southeast Asia on a longer term trip while staying to a budget. The name itself refers to the fact that many of the original trekkers of the Banana Pancake Trail were western travelers who would seek hostels and hotels that provided creature comforts, such as banana pancakes, while...