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Protect Your Travel Belongings with Idtagit

| December 6, 2014 | Reply
Protect Your Travel Belongings with Idtagit

We have all been there. That sickening moment when you realise that one of your valuables or a bag has gone missing. This is a horrible experience when you are near the safety of your home in familiar surroundings, but one that is seriously amplified when you are on the road and a lot more […]

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Brasher Kuga GTX Mens Multi-Activity Shoes

| January 23, 2013 | Reply
Brasher Kuga GTX Mens Multi-Activity Shoes

Launched in 2011 I road tested these lightweight, waterproof and breathable multi activity shoes in Turkey and Scotland. Many shoes claim to be good all rounders, as happy trekking as they are scrambling over rocks, or even just out on a city break or walking the dog, but Brasher Kuga GTX Mens multi-activity shoes hit […]

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Bushbaby Lite: Great Baby/Toddler Backpack

| January 23, 2013 | Reply
Bushbaby Lite: Great Baby/Toddler Backpack

Hefting a toddler around on a hike can be tricky, so we use a baby backpack for our Scottish trips. We got ours from Bushbaby, who do a variety of front loading and back loading packs. Baby backpacks can generally be used for babies from around 6 months until they are around 3 years old, […]

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Brasher Mens Kanaga GTX

| September 4, 2012 | Reply
Brasher Mens Kanaga GTX

A summer hiking trip into the wilds of Greenland and a Scottish Munro were the ideal arenas for putting my new Brasher Kanaga GTX to the test. Proper Mountain Walking Boots After recently road testing some lightweight walking boots and multi-activity walking shoes it was quite a shock to get back into a big, chunky […]

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Baby Hoodie

| September 3, 2012 | Reply
Baby Hoodie

The word ‘hoodie’ can have some negative connotations, but we have found our Baby Hoodie invaluable. Keep Little Ones Warm We make a lot of trips around Scotland in winter and this reversible travel hoodie is handy for keeping our toddler warm both in a buggy and a car seat. The manufacturers, Morrck, reckon you […]

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