.::Todo sobre Campismo::. DÓNDE ESTABLECER EL CAMPAMENTO 1. El suelo debe ser permeable con ligero declive para lograr un rápido desagüe en caso de lluvia. 2. Es conveniente que haya árboles para obtener reparo, sombra y leña. Se debe tener presente que los árboles altos (álamo, pino Carolina, eucaliptos, tipa y otros) pueden desgajarse durante una tormenta y provocar un accidente. 3. 4. COMO HACERLO 1 Limpiar y nivelar el terreno. 2.Extender sobre el suelo el piso de la carpa 3.Colocar la estaca en una de las equinas y tomando la esquina adyacente estirar el piso y colocar la estaca de ese extremo. 4.Repetir la operación con las esquinas opuestas. 5.Fijar las estacas laterales del piso. 6.Colocar el parante posterior de la carpa pasando la espiga por el ojal del techo. 7.Colocar provisoriamente la estaca de la driza trasera para mantener el parante parado. 8.Repetir los pasos 6 y 7 con el parante delantero. 10. 11. SI Antes de acampar en un terreno privado solicite permiso.
How to Travel Around the World for $418. “I have to tell you sir, this is easily the most ridiculous itinerary I’ve ever put together,” said the American Airlines operator the other night as I finalized plans for a worldwide adventure that would make Marco Polo blush. “Welp, that makes two of us!” I replied. And just like that, I had committed myself to almost nine months of international travel. Yes, that picture above is my actual itinerary. Beginning this January, I’ll start an epic journey that will take me across four continents, through at least nine countries, and into more than fifteen cities. Oh, and all of these flights are costing me a grand total of $418.36. Warning: I’m totally going to geek out on travel-hacking with this post, so if you have no interest in learning how to travel the world and visit awesome places for dirt cheap, check back in on Monday. This post is also quite lengthy at over 2500 words: grab some coffee, get comfortable, and let me show you how deep the rabbit hole of travel hacking goes. -Steve
24 Tales of Ghost Towns and Abandoned Cities 24 Global Tales of Ghost Towns and Abandoned Cities Article by Urbanist, filed under Abandoned Places in the Architecture category. What in the world could cause an entire city to be abandoned? Some become unlivable due to environmental disasters such as earthquakes and tsunamis to nuclear meltdowns (as with Pripyat, shown below). This Halloween, forget the plastic cape and cheesy costume. Ancient Underwater City Alexandria
Bug Out Bag First Aid Kit In this instructable I will be showing you how to assemble a first aid kit for your bug out bag. For those of you who are new to the concept of a bug out bag please check out this link to the Wikipedia page. When you are in a survival situation you are almost guaranteed to have some kind of first aid need that will arise. Not having a well assembled first aid kit in an already chaotic situation can make everything much worse. we will start with the pack itself: The pack is made by Voodoo tactical ( It is a MOLLE compatible first aid pouch with heavy duty zipper. You want your first aid kit to be the last thing loaded into your Bug Out Bag as it needs to be easily accessible.
The Definitive Guide to Finding Free Wi-Fi Great article. A few caveats, though, that I've found in my personal experiences (of course, these ARE just my personal experiences, your mileage may vary). I've done a lot of air travel this summer, and I have been in a total of ONE airport that had free wi-fi. Everything else was pay-for-access. And the free one was slow as all hell. Al, as awesome as the iPhone tethering hack is, know that it breaks visual voicemail (though once you remove the hack, visual voicemail goes back to normal). Also, I've tried apps like WifiTrak on my iPod touch, and to be honest, it's never helped me at all.
The Luxury Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu, Maldives « Luxury Furniture, Property, Travel & Interior Design The Luxury Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu Resort, Maldives Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu can be found on the private island of Dhuni Kolhu, in the Baa Atoll. Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu is the ultimate hideaway in the Maldives. Set on a beautiful island, the resort is fringed by white sandy beaches, dressed with luxurious tropical vegetation, and hosts a blue crystal clear lagoon for the enjoyment of a vast range of water sports. Beach villas and deluxe villas have open air garden bathrooms, for showers at sunrise or at night under the stars. The all wood water villas offer extreme indulgence for those who are looking for exclusivity and seclusion. If you fancy a real treat, why not for one evening let Coco Palm organise the 154 square meters of one of the most exclusive suites of the Maldives, with a superb plunge pool, Jacuzzi and direct access to the lagoon. Images courtesy of Coco Palm Resorts About Assif Majid Assif is a freelance British journalist who spends his time between Leeds, Manchester and London.
VIZ Retroreflective Safety Panel The Problem: Drivers often have a hard time distinguishing cyclists, runners, wheelchair users, and motorcyclists during low light conditions. There are many safety products on the market today, but few that can go with you anywhere while requiring no power and deploy in seconds. The Solution: Originally conceived for the urban commute the modular VIZ panel brings safety and multi-use function to the user without compromising style. Or when you're riding home and your rear light begins to fade you can rest assured you're not invisible to speeding cars with a large bright glinting flourescent retroreflective VIZ panel on your back. Place your mouse over the images below to see difference with flash and without flash.
How to Get Free Wi-Fi at Airports That Charge for Internet Connections Wise Bread Picks If you're stuck at an airport that charges for Internet connections, here's a solution: Go to the gift shop and ask for a a free Wi-Fi pass. That's what happened to me last week. So I charged up the laptop and tried to go online. But while looking at the Boingo pay-now portal, I noticed that there was slot for a promotional code. Minutes later in the gift shop, I saw a stack of "15 minutes Free Wi-Fi" coupons from Boingo. Hmm. The promotional code did not work, but I called the tech support number and the Boingo customer rep offered me a complimentary code that would get me online while I was waiting for my flight. That did the trick. Inquire about free Internet passes at the airport gift shops.
The Traveller’s Medicine Cabinet: 5 Essential Drugs for the Road While out roving you aren’t always (or even often) anywhere near a hospital or pharmacy. But, if you pack these nutritional supplements and natural medications wherever you go, you’ll be able to cope just fine. #1: Kratom The Situation You’re hiking the Appalachian trail in the dead of winter. Suddenly the worst happens; your boot gets caught between two rocks, you lose your footing and tumble to the ground, wrenching your ankle in the process. © Miserlou What It Is A leafy green plant grown mainly in Southeast Asia. Uses First and foremost, Kratom is a powerful painkiller similar to Morphine or Opium. Side-Effects Kratom is mildly addictive, about on par with caffeine. Forms Kratom can be purchased in dried leafy form, as an extract, a resin, or in pill form. Legality Kratom is legal in most of the developed world. #2: Kava Kava Kava Kava A leafy green plant grown throughout the Pacific islands. Kava can help to treat social anxiety or stress, and also works as a powerful relaxant. Oil of Oregano
Multi-Color Paracord Can Koozie For this project you'll need: - two strands of paracord - 23-25ft each - you'll need at least 45' total to finish a typical can. When selecting your length keep in mind that it's better to have more than less. You can always trim off 2' of cord, but it's hard to add on an extra 2'. For this Instructable, Cord A will be played by popular and soothing "Blue" and Cord B will be played by the bright and energetic "Orange". - cord-lock or lanyard bead - I've selected a Glow-in-the-dark Key fob I bought recently. Required tools: - A can to use as a form - don't plan to drink it anytime soon (your last soda is OK, but for goodness sake, don't use your last beer). - Sharp Scissors - Source of flame - hand torch, lighter, gas stove, candle (or matches if you're very quick) - used for dressing the paracord ends. - Measuring tool - a yard-stick is ideal, but a ruler will do. Optional tools that could make your life easier: Finally, Knotting geeks tend to use some basic terminology.