How to choose the best backpacking for wonderful trips

When choosing a backpacking destination, there is a lot to be considered because the world is very diverse and there is a lot to be discovered. You should be very careful in picking which place to go backpacking because not everywhere is safe. No matter how curious you are about other places and your imagination is telling you to go there, it is best to always check the safety it has for backpackers. Especially if it is your first time because you should be in a place that will not harm you because you’ll never know. Always bring one of the best carry on backpack so you know it is made of excellent quality. To know more about finding a destination, follow these tips:

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Consider your objective

This is something that people tend to overlook, but if you think about your objective, your travel will be more fruitful. If you want to relax, learn a new language, or make new friends there is a specific place for each. Do research and find out where you can go to. If you love extreme adventures, you can go to destinations that have mountains, forests, or places where you can camp. Fulfilling an objective after a trip is a great reward you can take with you as you leave the place.

What is your spending limit?

Considering your budget, will really help you decide where to go and it will dictate the kind of activities you want to do. If money isn’t an issue, then you can certainly go to places where you will be able to everything in your planned itinerary. But it is still good to be wise about your spending even if you have a lot to spend. As long your expectations are met and you will get to do the things you want to do, then that’s all you are going to need.

Always check the weather

Before making up your mind, check the weather of the place you want to visit because there are times of the year when it is not ideal to go backpacking there. You wouldn’t want to go to a place that will give you a lot of rain while you are there and will spoil the trip for you. This could also be risky for you if you want to go trekking or hiking because the trails will be slippery and you can end up getting injured due to an accident. The best time to go is during the summer months while everything is doing their outdoor activities (Click Here to visit ABOOKTRAVEL). You will also find it easy to invite a buddy to join you because the weather is nice in the place you want to visit. [Read more…]

Be A Smart Rider With Penny Fade Complete Skateboard

The Penny brand is one of the best longboard brands in the market. Penny Fade Complete Skateboard has made blissful opening in the market. It is a funky looking article with unique styling and classic looks. Penny Longboard have always been quite appreciated by the riders, especially who like styling and riding on funky skateboards. These boards are the perfect amalgam of speed and stability. Well, you don’t have to be an experienced rider to relish the fun. Due to the stable grip, it is easy to get hold even if you are new at skating. It is a complete comeback of plastic skateboards with refined features and improved designs. Along-with the fine looks, this product ensure guarantee of long life. You can fearlessly spend your hard-earned money on this product and unleash the skater in you.3

Some Amazing Benefits

Here is the list of some amazing benefits of the product, take a look:

Colors and Designs: The market always welcome unique styles in skateboards, therefore, Penny skateboards are best suitable for the people who are craving for some amazing styles in these products. These boards are made up of amazingly retro style with a blend of several colors and abstract prints. Slater Glow Graphics are imposed on the longboard that give them impeccable look.

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Outdoor: The People’s Reaction

Nick Mawditt on why consumer behaviour is changing – and how outdoor can tap into that.

It has been suggested that the pace of life since 1945 has increased more than ten times, and we are living five to six times faster than even in the heady 80s.


Technology has had the biggest impact, but key changes include a quest for more excitement, greater leisure opportunities, vastly improved transport services and the way our cities are now planned to accommodate movement with more appealing space and architecture.

All this has a significant effect on how advertisers communicate to people on the move. More active audiences are more discerning. You would think they might have less time to assimilate their surroundings, but active, contented individuals are not just happy to receive informing and exciting messages, they expect them.

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Outdoor Activity

Tired of watching other people enjoy the spoils of warm weather while you lie beached under your umbrella? Step up, man! Dust the sand off your shorts and prepare for the most adrenaline-charged summer of your life.


SUMMER’S HIGH POINTS SHOULD BE MEASURED IN HEARTBEATS–the more, the better. And here’s proof: Researchers in Australia found that people who took part in extreme sports–and overcame their fears about them–reported improved psychological well-being and felt more confident facing everyday challenges. So if you spend your beach days planted in the sand, you’re missing out on that life-changing rush.

“The freedom that comes from riding on the water is unique,” says windsurfing legend Robby Naish. “You just have to be willing to move out of your comfort zone.” And you’ll likely pick up your new sport quickly. “You feel the improvements and the fun the first time.” Sound good? Slather on the sunblock, step away from the bikini-clad scenery, and hit the water. The best part: If you move, she’ll notice.



Stand-Up Paddleboarding

“The first time you try stand-up paddleboarding, you’ll feel it in your abs, your lats, your arches–everywhere. As you grow stronger, you’ll improve not only at other board sports but at every sport, period. Sports like surfing require waves, wind. Stand-up paddleboarding requires only a board, a paddle, and water. It’s the closest you’ll ever come to walking on water. And let’s face it: Everybody wants to walk on water.”

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Health Water for Sport

Coconut water is a semisweet, clear liquid drawn from green coconuts. Chock-full of electrolytes, it’s long been favored by athletes in tropical climates as a natural rehydrater; in recent years it’s been marketed as a full-on sports drink. One 11-ounce serving can have more potassium than a banana and less sugar than the same amount of Gatorade. We rounded up the most popular brands of coconut water to find out what, if any, are the significant differences.



The only coconut water product on our list not from concentrate, but also the most expensive, Vita Coco is loaded with five essential electrolytes and vitamin C. ensuring hydration and, potentially, a healthy boost to the Immune system.


Similar to Vita Coco in flavor and composition, this one is made from green Indonesian coconuts and comes In a colorful aluminum bottle. The nutty flavor is on the stronger side, so if you’re not a fan of coconut, this one isn’t for you.

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A Spring in Swimwear’s Step

The category is performing well and continues to grow via diversification and innovative products.

In Miami, hurricane season means more than afternoon storms. The largest concentrated presentation of swimwear in the world will also pour down during swim market week, and the forecast is robust.

Sales of swimsuits and their booming offshoots, from cover-ups to watersport apparel, survived the recession relatively unscathed, and continue to climb. Swimwear sales in the U.S. reached $4.4 billion in the 12 months from June 2013 through May, a 6 percent increase over the prior year according to The NPD Group Inc. The firm’s report from the same period also shows that women’s swimwear grew by 6 percent and men’s swimwear an even more vigorous 13 percent.


Marshal Cohen, NPD’s chief industry analyst, added that the greatest uptick came from swim shirts, which he defines as any top other than a bikini separate designed for water use such as rash guards and sun-protection shirts. Women’s swim shirts alone rose 68 percent from spring 2013 to spring 2014, a significant indicator of how the swim category is evolving.

“The real change is how swim has become more diversified for sports and everyday wear that appeals to a wider range of demographics and lifestyles,” said Cohen, of consumers’ newfound autonomy. “They now have the ability to use swimwear uniquely, whether mixing separates, wearing a cover-up to dinner or a swim shirt to paddle board.”

This desire for myriad choices parallels Miami swim week’s surge in events, tie-ins and trade andfashion shows.

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MATT ALBERTS and Skateboarding

MATT ALBERTS had big plans for a trip down the West Coast with his portable wet-plate studio–a 1973 Airstream land yacht–to continue his “LIFERS” project, a series of portraits of people “who eat, sleep and breathe skateboarding just because they love it.” He had just finished a trip around the south and east, mounting popup shows at skate shops along the way. But his truck and trailer were stuck in New York, where his money had run out.

Then he learned through a social media connection that Cadillac was loaning vehicles to brand ambassadors. So he contacted Fleishman-Hillard, the automaker’s PR firm, to ask for support. “I figured getting a vehicle sponsor would make it so much easier to do what I’m doing,” Alberts says.

He had called at the right time, with the right project, and ended up with a year-long sponsorship. It included funding for three month-long road trips, with an assignment to produce “The Seasons Collection.” Alberts describes it as “a multimedia photography collection of adventure-sports-driven stories about people who push the limits in pursuit of their passion.” They include surfers, mountain bikers and skiers, in addition to skateboarders.

Mountain biker kicks up dust on a corner, while dog runs behind, Yukon, Canada

Mountain biker kicks up dust on a corner, while dog runs behind, Yukon, Canada

The project is currently under way. While making wet-plate portraits of subjects he finds along the way who have made a lifestyle of their passion for a sport, Alberts is documenting his travels for social media using digital photography and video cameras. He will also mount three exhibitions of his wet-plate photographs.

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