[Disclaimer] This video is more of a quick look than a review. I have no personal connection with Tom Bihn and this bag was sent to me free of charge. I only paid import duty, but don't let that lead you to think I haven't been anything other than honest with my opinion. I already have the larger Tom Bihn Aeronaut and was delighted to have the Tom Bihn Tri-Star unexpectedly sent from the Tom … [Read more...] about The Tom Bihn Tri-Star Carry-on Travel Bag
ser·en·dip·i·ty/ˌserənˈdipitē/ The occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way: "a fortunate stroke of serendipity". Just like Aleks Krotoski in her BBC Radio4 series The Digital Human, I've been fascinated with Serendipity for a good chunk of my life. I don't remember the first time I ever heard the word, but I do remember the first time it's meaning was … [Read more...] about Serendipity Lives Here
If my Granddad were still alive this year, we'd be celebrating his hundredth birthday. We often made fun that his birth was the second major disaster of 1912. When he died he took a thousand stories with him. And just as many songs. He was a guarded man. The few stories we shared only offered a glimpse of the life he'd lived. Born in a field in the Ukraine. Before the First World War. Before … [Read more...] about If You Can Fix Soles, You Can Save Lives.
Here is a competition I couldn't ignore. A $10,000 pot from Scottevest for one lucky person to take the trip of their lifetime and document as they go. I never enter competitions and could easily talk my way out of winning this one by saying I feel I've been to most of the countries I've ever wanted to visit. I spent 10 years doing just that. That said. I love adventure. And I also love travel. … [Read more...] about Scottevest and the trip of your life
During the 90's I spent a lot of time 'roughing it' and wandering Europe. I'd walk between France, Switzerland and Germany sleeping under the stars and making money where I could. If you've ever read Narcissus and Goldmund by Hesse you'll get the idea. I starting writing a book called the 'Blaggers Guid To The World'. I never finished it. At the time I felt I could easily justify some of my … [Read more...] about Location Based Apps for the Homeless