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Vacation Cottages iPhone app [Sponsored Post]

This post is brought to you by Sykes Cottages. For more information on sponsored posts read here. Sick of spending ages on hold on the phone trying to book a holiday? Maybe you are out and about with friends and you want to book a holiday then and there and you aren’t near to your computer. Sykes Cottages has come […]


The Cost of Using Mobile Broadband Abroad

In a recent survey conducted by the European Commission (EC), it has been found that less than twenty per cent of European based consumers think that the current prices charged by mobile broadband providers to customers who travel within the EU are fair, and this follows recent changes to the way that providers charge for mobile broadband data roaming. In […]


50 Gifts Under $50 for Travelers

It would seem that most people who enjoy the outdoors and traveling are gadget people. No matter what it is; a new waterproof bag or a high tech GPS watch, they love it all. As such, shopping for these types of people can be hard because they probably already have the latest and greatest of everything. So, what do you […]


Sea To Summit Ultra Sil Compression Sack

Sea To Summit Ultra Sil Compression Sack — an indispensable tool for the space-conscious backpacker This is a guest post written by Jodi Ettenberg. During my many months on the road, I’ve tried out a wide variety of packing solutions. Cubes, folders, stuff sacks, giant plastic bags – you name it. None have been as sturdy, lightweight or useful as […]


The Best Backpack Daypacks

Daypacks are small hiking backpacks that are great for short trips and typically hold 15-35 liters of gear.  As with most things in the outdoor industry, backpacks have really evolved over the past few years.  Back in the day, hiking daypacks were nothing more than glorified school backpacks with very few features. These days you can find daypack backpacks that […]


The Best Hiking Backpacks

For serious outdoor enthusiasts, buying a hiking backpack can be almost as important as buying a new car. Sure it is not as expensive as a car, but it is a mini investment and one that should not be taken lightly. Taking the time to research, try on, and test out hiking backpacks is really important if you want to […]


Carry-on Items Still Permitted

With all the changes lately about what you can and can’t bring in your carry-on, it has become inherently confusing as to what is still allowed and inconsistencies between different airports have left me frustrated on more than one occasion. While we all agree that the TSA is indeed “Vigilant, Effective, Efficient” the question is are they concise? Don’t worry, […]


Backcountry.com 20% Off Coupon Code

Backcountry.com has a new coupon code for 20% off select items. Use promo code: 56L-1-C3JBA at checkout. Expires April 27, 2010. Excludes sale items that are already greater than 20% off, and the following brands:Arc’teryx, Aire, Billabong, Black Diamond, Burton, Camelbak, Chaco, CW-X, KEEN, Kelty, Kelty Kids, LaSportiva, Maui Jim, Millet, Mountain Hardwear, Marmot, Merrell, Nixon, Oakley Sunglasses, Osprey, Nike […]


REI Members: 20% Off Coupon Code

REI.com has their annual 20% off one full-priced item coupon code out for REI members. Use promo code: MEMBER20 at checkout through April 18, 2010. If you’re not a REI coop member you can add a $20 membership (a one-time fee, and then you can stop complaining that you don’t get a yearly REI dividend) to your cart and still […]