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I Hear Ear Worms

Gradual hearing loss brings unexpected blessings: I shall name but two:

  1. An inability to overhear the conversations of strangers.
  2. An inability to hear programmed music in übermarkets.
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Vegan

Day 0 - Packing and re-packing....

13/09/17 – So today, the nerves are tingling but not yet fully hit, as we pack and re-pack our giant rucksacks ready for departing tomorrow, I’m not one to get nervous until the tyres of the plane have left the runway and we are truly setting off but those initial tingly nerves have started to set-in early for me as we compile all the travel stuff we have collected over the 2 years that we have been preparing for this into our giant rucksacks, mine being 65 litres and Dan’s 85 litres. 63 more words

Top mountain gear offers Bags ,rucksacks in Nepal

Here are some description of available backpacks and it's prices we are going to let you know.
Rucksacks 60l
The 60L rucksacks is designed for 10-15 days trip/trekking in Himalayas.Most of the trekkers and hiker carry it for trekking in nepal.(everest base camp trek,annapurna trek,manaslu trek and more here in nepal) 218 more words

The best back to school rucksacks for people who actually left school 20 years ago

At this time of year, in spite of the fact that I don’t have kids and I left school in 1995, I get totally carried away with the whole back to school thing. 856 more words

Fashion

Mi-Pac

We’re chuffed to be now stocking Mi-Pac backpacks and accessories! The brand state that they ‘make brilliant accessories, accessible to everyone’ and we like that. Born in the late summer of 2012, Mi-Pac are already one of the UK’s leading accessory brands. 189 more words

Accessories

Boys with bags with straps

So, the thing is, men are just not practiced enough to manage hand/man bags on the train, even when disguised as a manly backpack.  Back in the day, men carried either a briefcase in the hand, or stuffed everything unattractively into pockets.  594 more words

Travel In London

Deuter Guide Lite

There aren’t many outdoor brands that can trace their history back over 100years, still fewer that can directly tie their products to iconic ascents over that sort of time scale. 891 more words

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