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10 Best Safety Tips for Female Travellers

Image Source: We welcome guest poster Rebecca Siggers! Rebecca has been closely studying the travel industry trends from quite some time. Intrigued by the booming growth of this sector, she takes interest in penning down her views providing quality insight on current travel trends and also likes to write about food and beverages, particularly wine. Is traveling alone safe for women? – — A highly frequent question one may come across Yes, it indeed is, provided that you plan your travel in a way that along with giving you one of the most fascinating experiences of your life...

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All About Large Tents That You Need To Know

We welcome guest poster Tadej Kozar. Tadej is passionate about camping and tents. You can check out his website here. We have plenty of camping tent models on the market. Are you getting one or and don’t know which to choose? In this article, you will find out if a big tent is appropriate for you and your outdoor needs. There are a lot of differences between small and large tents. The size is one of them but they differ in other features as well. Read on to see if this type of shelter is what you need to...

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Outdoor Camping Ideas for Couples Who Love Exploring New Places

Outdoor camping is a perfect way to escape from your everyday busy life. And, if you are looking for a romantic couple camping adventure then this will be the best time to share love and affection for each other within the caring arms of nature. But make sure couples camping come with some unique goals and challenges that you both need to practice with patience. Camping becomes a perfect travel when you have the right plan for it. Whether you are first time camping couple or experienced one, you should plan accordingly before starting your adventurous journey. To lessen...

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The New Ruta de Cacao (Cocoa Route) in Ecuador

We welcome guest poster Barbara Wilson who will tantalize your taste buds with a delectable article on chocolate! Barbara Wilson is the founder and owner of Mindo Chocolate and El Quetzal de Mindo in Mindo, Ecuador. She has a Master’s in Public Health and previously worked as a Health Educator for the University of Michigan in her hometown, Ann Arbor, Michigan. She moved to Mindo in 2008 and opened a small cafe but wanted high-quality chocolate for brownies for the cafe.  That began the amazing adventure of learning about and later teaching people about chocolate. She designed a chocolate...

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Types of Kayaks – What’s Right For You?

Kayaks have been being made by humans for a long time. The first known culture to build kayaks was the indigenous peoples of North America, who use them to traverse waterways for hunting and in search of food and resources. The frames were originally built out of wood or carved out whale bone and then covered in stitched seal skin. Kayaks have come a long way since the original seal and whalebone materials. We now have a vast array of kayak designs for any occasion, made from materials ranging from fiber glass, rubber, plastic, polyethylene, and wood. There are so...

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