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Anticipated Demand High for Sunshine Holidays as UK’s Weather Deteriorates

by Gap Year Escape

Due to the overwhelming poor summer weather in the UK, travellers have held off their holiday plans and are now beginning to look for sunshine holidays as the seasons continue to change and the weather improves. If you are living in the UK and you are interested in travelling now as the UK’s weather improves, […]

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Berghaus Twentyfourseven 15 20 25 and 30 let Backpack Review

by Gap Year Escape

Exploring another city will never be complete for me without bringing souvenirs and keepsakes. Hence, you can expect my home to be full of it since I’m one avid traveler who can’t end three consecutive months without visiting another place. But aside from the loads of keepsakes, I also tend to bring much stuff – […]

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Berghaus Remote 20 25 and 30 Unisex Backpack Review

by Gap Year Escape

For a person like me who loves having day trips, a handy rucksack is quite important. However, finding the best one that fits my needs is not as easy as what most people think. You don’t simply go to the mall and purchase the one that fits your budget or your style; there’s a lot […]

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Karrimor Traveller Supa Walking Shoes Review

by Gap Year Escape

Finding a handy pair of shoes can be a challenge, especially if you’re a thrifty person like me. I’ve been looking for a pair that is flexible enough in terms of appearance, which means I can use it for regular walking and also for hitting the mall or even at work. As much as possible, […]

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Vango Atlas 200 2 Person Tent Review

by Gap Year Escape

I have finally made the decision to propose to her. When I first introduced what real camping out is, my girlfriend immediately fell in love with nature – with my lifestyle. I bought the Vango Atlas 200 2 Person Tent purposely for the time I would propose. I wanted everything to be perfect and my […]

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Berghaus Freeflow Backpack Review

by Gap Year Escape

As always, a backpack is one of the most useful types of packing items you can ever have. Although a typical backpack is improper when used on hiking and trekking, it sure is better than using a luggage. Same goes to all other types of journeys. Bottom line – you need to have at least […]

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Merrell Women’s Jacardia Slides Review

by Gap Year Escape

It has been accustomed by the family that we travel and explore peculiar and offbeat areas during vacations every year. It felt like we’ve already finished visiting all cold places – from the most famous ones to the most unvisited which were often discovered over the internet. Next on the list would be greens and […]

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Vango Banshee 200 Tent Review

by Gap Year Escape

After months of planning, and being postponed 3 times, the Arizona trip with my brother was finally set. The schedule for work and everything in between were all fixed and all we have to do is ensure we have everything we’ll need. Apparently, we don’t have a sturdy tent. All we have is a one-person […]

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Lifeventure Waterproof Body Wallet Review

by Gap Year Escape

When it comes to travelling, one of the most challenging parts is how you would keep your valuable items close to you. You don’t want to carry a bulky bag all the time and you also wouldn’t want to be separated from pertinent items like passport, money and everything in between. I already had a […]

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Victorinox Luggage Altmont 3.0 Vertical-Zip Laptop Backpack

by Gap Year Escape

You don’t have to be techie to own a laptop. In fact, this is considered as an essential by most people, aside from mobile phones and tablets. Alongside the ownership of a laptop is the responsibility of taking good care of it and this is where laptop bags and backpacks come into the picture. On […]

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Merrell Women’s Siena Water Sandal Review

by Gap Year Escape

Since my fave walking sandals don’t feel that comfortable anymore, probably because I’ve been using it for years already and it must have gotten over-rugged, I decided to get myself another pair. Brand has always been important for me and my daughter recommended Merrell. I can see how much she’s enjoying her running shoes from […]

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Vango Dart 200 Tent Review

by Gap Year Escape

My nephews and I were planning a camp out trip for summer. I’ve been waiting for this and finally, everything was set. They have their own tent and we needed one more for me and my son. It was a long search since I’m not that knowledgeable about tents and outdoor equipment. One of my […]

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Aqua Sphere Kayenne Goggles Review

by Gap Year Escape

Since day 1 of my swimming hobby, it has been a struggle to find the perfect pair of goggles. I’ve been into swimming for about 3 years now and I often find myself change from one type of goggles to another. I also keep loads of them with me, just in case one doesn’t get […]

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Gelert Bath Towel Review

by Gap Year Escape

As a devoted traveler, it is a must that every single equipment and clothing are at the best quality. Furthermore, they should also be flexible enough to fit such type of lifestyle. I was recently looking for a nifty towel that I can use on both long-term and short term trips. I used to use […]

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Gelert First Aid Kit Review

by Gap Year Escape

Whatever type of travelling that is, one essential item to bring is a first aid kit. One misconception about first aid kits is that it’s only composed of a bottle of alcohol, a role of bandage and perhaps a box of band aids. Apparently, it’s not. In fact, it’s pretty far from what most people […]

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