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Camping is generally considered a homogeneous kind of topic, the type of activity which comes with a set way to do it well, a set number of tips which apply in all cases and set advice regarding what to do when things go wrong. This isn’t true – camping is actually incredibly varied. To see that this is so, you only need to think of what it is like to camp by, say, a lakeside…

Cruising is a great way to see the world and relax simultaneously. If you’re looking to take a cruise shortly, make sure you read this article first. We will give you six tips on planning the perfect cruise and what you must think about ahead of time. Cruises can be a lot of fun, but there are also some things that you need to take into consideration before booking your trip. Why Should You Take…

When it comes to the top surf spots in the world, everyone will have different views depending on where they have been before and the experiences they have had in the past. It is true to say that there are many places around the world where you can get all the surf culture you could wish for, but here are the top countries to experience surf culture. Taghazout, Morocco If you are looking for Morocco…

During summer months, when swan-driving into a private beach or ducking into the overly air-conditioned movie theaters are off the table, looking for ways to keep yourself cool has become a priority. Fortunately, the current situation on many beaches has made most experts want to address the entire thing. They have been able to come up with the best hot ideas to keep you cool at the beach. Some of these ideas include: 1. Get the…

The cosmopolitan island of Mykonos is unlike any other Greek island in the Cyclades archipelago, exuding a unique combination of glamour and traditional Greek Island charm. Flanked with quaint whitewashed houses adorned with blooming bougainvillaea, charming Greek taverns, as well as pristine beaches and ultra-stylish beach bars, it is little wonder Mykonos is one of the most popular islands in the Mediterranean. A yacht charter in Mykonos is a truly memorable experience for all. It…

The most distinctive sailboat on the market today, Reverso, is here to revolutionize sailing. Ready to use in just 180 seconds, Reverso is the world’s first foldable sailboat. Completely dismountable, Reverso folds up to one square meter and can easily be stored anywhere, from the back of your car to your beach house and superyacht. Ultra-lightweight, Reverso is designed to eliminate the logistics and barriers connected to regular sailing. It’s Reverso’s unique design that lets…

Have you ever wanted to travel the world but felt like you didn’t have the money or time? Or maybe you’re scared of leaving your comfort zone? In this post, I will share some tips on how to discover the joy of traveling the world without breaking the bank or quitting your job. So what are you waiting for? Get ready to explore some incredible new places! George Freundlich is a professional musician and a…

SUP is a great way to have fun on the water while still getting a full-body workout. Because you stand at full height on your board, you will also have a unique vantage position for seeing what’s going on beneath the water and out on the horizon without being constrained to a kayak or canoe’s hull. Stand-up paddleboarding in the UK is a fun way to get outside and soak up the sun and water.…

RVing is a popular activity that we all enjoy. However, we despise those little annoying things that spoil what should be a pleasurable experience. Moving or spending the summer at your favourite RV park? Here are a few tips to make your stay more pleasant, cleaner, and less stressful. These techniques were honed only after much trial and error for the most part. We hope you can avoid making the same mistakes over and over…

When I was young, my father said to me, Son, the world isn’t divided into good people and bad people. It’s divided into those who want to live an interesting life and those who don’t. The first trip I took alone around the world was after his death in 2008, at 19 years old. At that point I wanted to see as much of the world as possible, so that when it was time to…