The A Show Episode 1 – West Coast Road Trip

Two British guys, Amar and Andreas, put aside their possessions and lives in London to backpack from Vancouver to Antarctica and everything in-between. Life is one take and that’s how we film our new show. From dogs shitting on the lawn to… the nosy neighbour from the pink house next door. Unedited, uncensored and lots…

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Benefits of a gap year before further education

When it comes to choosing which University you want to go to and the course that you want to study it can always be hard. There are always the worries that you may have chosen the wrong one and that you will regret it later on. For some people they just do not want to…

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Whistler Blackcomb: So Much Gnarly Pow Pow

I’ve snowboarded in New Zealand and in France but prior to my trip to Canada, mention of Whistler was met with “Oh you’re going to have the best time!” or “Man I’m so jealous!” So what was all the hype about and did it live up to expectations?

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Is the UK the most romantic English speaking country?

As valentines day approaches I thought I’d post this infographic on the language of love. But is it English? Check out the infographic below and let me know if you agree with the stats. The one that I massively agree on is London being the most romantic English-speaking city. Even the dreary whether just happens…

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Touring Egypt– Giza, the Nile River and More

If you are looking to combine a love of travel and history, there are few places you can head to that are better than Egypt.

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What are the Best Backpacks for Men? Top 10 for Backpacking

For people who live an active travelling life, having the best backpack that suits your need is really important. You can’t just choose an expensive one because it does not necessarily assure durability and comfort. At the same time, you cannot just risk quality because of cheap deal. So if you’re a guy (or a…

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How to Organise Your Backpack on a Budget

Whether you’re going on holiday for two weeks, or heading off travelling for two years – the most daunting (and boring) task before any trip is undoubtedly the packing. Now we know it’s tempting to leave it until the very last minute, but unless you fancy arriving half way across the world having just realised…

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Karrimor Orkney Rucksack Review

Whether your main concern is fashion or the comfort and efficiency of a rucksack, the Karrimor Orkney Rucksack is perfect for you. It took me about a week to determine which bag I’ll purchase for my Paris trip. Although the place is not much of nature and outdoor scenes, there are hidden spots in Paris…

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