Posts Tagged ‘travel’


CAMINITO DEL REY – Dangerous Hike in Spain

Are you afraid of heights? Spain’s Caminito del Rey is a 100+ year old path that’s 350 feet high and falling apart. Hiked March 2014. Some call it the most … source


Big Bend National Park back country hiking – South Rim and Santa Elena Canyon

Be sure to like and subscribe. Our first trip to Big Bend National park and our first time doing some back country hiking. Needless to say we loved everything … source


Wilderness Wear Adventure Merino T-shirt Review

Full written review: #merino #tshirt #review. source


MY CAR CAMPING KITCHEN (Cheap Vandwelling/Overlanding Cooking Setup)

In this video I go through my camp kitchen/cooking setup when I’m SUV camping. I cover the tables I use for preparing the food and putting my stoves on, the … source


My New ProPride 3P Hitch. Minitini Sway No More!

Thanks to ProPride for providing the hitch. Watch Sean’s video here Original music … source


So Many RVers… Boondocking Back At Thousand Trails

Panda’s Fan Page ….don’t forget to like and subscribe!!! If you’d like to … source


Rock Climbing in Thailand | Filmed on GoPro HERO6 and Garmin VIRB 360

Travel vlog #2 with my friends Chris and Cass. We spent a few hours rock climbing in Thailand (Railay Beach). The first climb was pretty easy, but the second … source


Best Hikes in Toronto Book Trailer

“Discover the world as Katherine Jacob sees it. And find out why she has made trail guides as popular as a good novel.” — The Record … source


Uluru: Australia’s rock of ages – Lonely Planet travel video

Author John Vlahides visits Uluru (Ayers Rock), the iconic monolith in the heart of Australia; a geological wonder, cultural landmark, and sacred place. source


Official RTR Schedule 2018

In today’s video, I announce the official schedule of the RTR. Some of you can’t come to the entire RTR, so you’re trying to decide when would be the best time … source

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