While we’ve already enjoyed the main throng of some of the biggest Australian music festivals, chances are you may still have some beauties left on the horizon. Or, if you’re a firm festie devotee, you could already be looking ahead to next year’s events. If your latest festival camping experience left you longing for home comforts or you’re a festival veteran who has come to realise you don’t need to slum it to be part of the action, this is the post for you. Today we’re looking at some of the essentials for building your very own glamping experience. Let’s look at how you can luxe-up your festival trip with a few smart upgrades.
Travelling the West Coast of the U.S. is a dream for many. And what with all the beautiful cities to visit, the breathtaking things to see, and the memories to be made, it’s no wonder. But travelling the West Coast of America isn’t just about the places you travel to. It’s not just about the destinations you arrive at and the things you see whilst in them. It’s about the journey. And to make sure you make the best out of a journey to the West Coast, make sure to read on.
Lots of people choose to visit Canada every year for camping trips. That is because the country is home to many national parks and untouched landscapes. So today, I’m going to provide some advice based on my research.