Meya 25 Litre RFiD Daysack – REVIEW

By | March 21st, 2016|Reviews|

The Meya 25 RFiD Daysack is ideal for keeping all you need on your person whilst you explore. This daysack has RFiD protected pockets to help keep your credit cards, identity cards and passports safe. RFiD? I know, thats some crazy acronim right there, but I'll get to that later.  All you need to know [...]

Review: Oakley Elevate Ski Goggles

By | February 16th, 2016|Reviews|

The Oakley Elevate Ski Goggle series are described as comfortable technical ski goggles ideal for winter activities. That'll do me nicely. Once upon a time I never used to wear ski goggles.  I'd either brave my glasses, sun glasses or neither.  I felt like goggles would somehow impair my vision on the slopes, like they'd [...]

Review: SPRAYWAY Men’s Crag Jacket #therainreturns

By | October 1st, 2015|Reviews|

FROM THE STREETS OF MANCHESTER TO THE SUMMIT OF EVEREST Now I've only ever been to Manchester for the football, and I've never scaled Everest, but I do love that slogan!  However I feel I should admit that my recent camping adventure was was more along the lines of ... FROM THE STREETS OF [...]

Review: Numinous Anti-Theft 55L backpack

By | May 29th, 2015|Reviews, Travel Tech|

Zero backpack reviews in ages, and then 2 comes along within a month of each other.  On this occasion its the turn of the Numinous Anti-Theft 55L backpack. Lets take a look shall we ... Numinous Anti-Theft 55L backpack Key Features Padded laptop compartment Anti-Puncture zip Full length opening TSA-Approved zip locks Numinous anti-slash technology Numinous [...]

Review: Vango Freedom 60+20L Travel Backpack

By | May 8th, 2015|Reviews, Travel Tech|

With them making up one part of my blogs title, it's only right that on occasions I take a look at some of the latest backpacks around, and then give you guys the low down on them.  I know that for the most part a lot of backpacks are the same, and that ultimately they [...]

Review: Water-to-go purifcation water bottle

By | March 5th, 2015|Reviews|

The water-to-go water bottle is a safe, reusable, environmentally friendly and convenient answer to clean drinking water. Containing a unique filtration system designed by none other than NASA, water poured into the bottle will be cleaned of 99.9% of all bacteria, chemicals and metals. That can only be a good thing right? With Water-to-go tap [...]

Tech Review: The Upp fuel cell technology charger (clean energy)

By | November 28th, 2014|Reviews, Technology, Travel Tech|

We all the know the pain of our beloved smart phones rapidly running out of battery, just when we need them most.  We try hacks to keep them alive for just a minute or two longer, such as switching to airplane mode.  We try installing apps to make the battery last longer, adjust the lighting [...]

Hostel Review: Clink 78 – Kings Cross, London

By | August 28th, 2014|Hostel Life, Reviews|

Staying in a hostel for the night, when I live in the same city?  ... yep, guilty.  But I recently stay at Clink 78 with good reason. So to a couple of weeks ago, where I had a party  to attend out in the northern regions of zone 5.  As I live in zone 6, [...]

Review: TEP Portable Wifi Devices

By | August 1st, 2014|Reviews, Technology, Travel Blogging, Travel Tech|

Ah wifi, a travel bloggers best friend, enter TEP. Even as a part time blogger, being able to connect to the internet and share my experiences online is essential.  But even before I can start sharing experiences, I need to be able to reach my intended destination, and that requires the checking of flight times, buses, [...]

Lowe Alpine TT Roll On 40 Wheeled Backpack

By | September 20th, 2013|Reviews, Travel Tech|

When flying hand luggage only, do you go for a rucksack or a wheely case?  As an *ahem strapping lad of some 6ft I am always of an opinion that I'll look somewhat silly with a wheely case, that said, there are times when I envy those who simply tow their bag along behind them, [...]