Monthly Archives: April 2017

Gregory Baltoro 70 Vs 75 – How Can You Improve On a Winner?

The Gregory Baltoro 70 backpack was a proven winner having received the 2008 Backpacker Magazine Editor's Choice award. The vast majority of the user reviews gave the pack high marks primarily for its comfort, even with heavy loads. Gregory had introduced a new suspension system with this 70 litre model around 2006. The Winning Ingredients… Read More »

The Development of the Cruise Industry Around the World

Before the advancement of air travel, passenger liners were the method of traveling overseas. With the industrial revolution, came the rise of very wealthy people with a lot of disposable income. They turned their attention to creating large passenger ships for the economic and social elite to vacation and travel to exotic countries. In 1818,… Read More »

How to Avoid Cape Cod Bridge Traffic

Ah, the beauty of Cape Cod's miles of coastline, the calming hues of a Cape sunset, and the unmistakable scent of … mini van fumes ?? When you're headed to Cape Cod for a vacation, the last thing you want to do is sit in traffic on the way to the Bourne or Sagamore Bridge.… Read More »

Bad Eco-Tourism Does More Harm Than Good

Tourism is a booming industry. With many travellers flocking to different destinations around the globe, tourism is becoming one of the most viable business markets in the world. However, air travel, car travel and other aspects of tourism are adding to the planet's pollution crisis and this is becoming a problem. Travel operators and hospitality… Read More »

Tourism Industry Is Growing Fast in Nepal

Tourism industry is growing speedy in Nepal. It has been included in the top ten travel recommendation 2010 worldwide. Nepal, the land of mountains, is one of the most spectacular places on earth. It holds eight of fourteen highest mountain peaks of the world. Due to presence of mighty mountains in Nepal, it is preferred… Read More »

The North American B-25 Mitchell

Driving down New Highway, which skirts the perimeter of Farmingdale, Long Island's, Republic Airport, on the still-warm, crystal-blue Labor Day morning in 2006, and glimpsing the tails of the World War II B-24 Liberator, B-17 Flying Fortress, and B-25 Mitchell bombers, I had once again realized that the Collings Foundation's annual Wings of Freedom fleet… Read More »

Planning an Outdoor Survival Trip

If you are planning to go on an outdoor survival trip, be sure you are physically and mentally able and prepared for such a daring and risky adventure. We suggest you take the time to gather some notes and plan your trip way in advance. All though this will be an awesome experience, and a… Read More »