Backpacking can be exciting, meditative, beautiful, great exercise... a lot of wonderful things. If you're not properly prepared though, it can quickly turn into a disaster. Out in the wilderness, lack of preparation can be life-threatening. Here are some backpacking tips from experts, to make sure that your trip goes as smoothly and comfortably as possible. If you're ever in doubt, you can always find backpacking essentials on hiking forums, or just by stopping by an R.E.I. or other outdoor's store.
I hadn’t been to Kingston Upon Thames for a long time. So long that I really couldn’t remember what it was like and therefore didn’t have any preconceptions about the place that were fostered from distant memories.
Day two, its been a long day, I’m still getting used to the time change. We had just gotten done with a class at the University of Roma. We got on a bus, what an experience that was. People shoulder to shoulder, finding something to hold on to, eyes on us. People could tell we were new to this, eyes searching for everything we have. Phone, check, wallet, check, passport, check, keys, check. We get off the Termini.
The African presence in early human history can be found all over the world. Their presence can be found in places like India, North America, Central America, South America, Pacific Islands, Asia, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand to name a few.
I’m sure a lot of you didn’t think I was going to ever leave St. Louis. Hell, I didn’t think I was going to leave St. Louis. Car problem after random thoughts of fear and doubt later, I fucking made it.
I have been going to Busch Gardens Tampa for 5 years in a row and have seen the good, the bad, and the ugly of the park. So I felt I should share some of my knowledge of the park and pass it on to you and maybe you can swing by one of these things that normally people miss. Let's hop into it, shall we?