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The best weather for camping is when it is warm and sunny. Warm weather reduces the amount of luggage and makes planning the whole trip much easier. What do you do then when you need some relaxation that can only come from an outdoor camping experience but the weather forecast looks forbidding? You don’t have to postpone your camping trip to when the weather allows. With a few modifications and better planning you can still for your camping expedition and have a wonderful time at it. Here are...

Road trips are awesome, whether its your first or the 10th time. Here’s a list of 5 essentials we have for you, that will help make any road trip of yours, the best trip.   Prepare the car: Before hitting the road, get your car checked of any possible damage. Have it serviced at least a week before the trip so in case of any problem, it can be fixed without much hassle. Cash: We know its a digital world, but chances are you may face a situation...

As someone who has spent many years travelling all over the world, my travel style is probably very different from most. Unlike many people who maybe take a one or two week vacation from work, I tend to take longer trips, finding a place to stay for a few months and using it as my base to explore other regions. I usually settle in a place where I know I can get cheap flights to other destinations, like Barcelona or Bangkok. Unfortunately many travel insurers and policies only...

You’ve waited a long time for this, but it is finally time for you to release your inner dad and do that great ol’ American family road trip your wife has been nagging you about. For far too long you’ve told yourself this will be the year you will buy that American RV and hit the open road – wind streaming through your hair (what little is left) and your kids singing your praises in the back (or zoned out playing on iPads). That is the Griswald family...