Research takes me to a variety of environments around the world. Sometimes it means spending time in comfortable surroundings reviewing luxury hotels. You’ll also find me jolting along in jungles or remote national parks. Inevitably, I want to feel confident that my laptop is as safe as possible from damage while on the road.
The Vintage Fine Ale, a full-bodied beer, is brewed with Bramling Cross, Goldlings and the wonderfully named Fuggle varieties of hops. Too many of these ales, at 6.5 per cent alcohol by volume, and perhaps you could well say that anyone would be ‘fuggled’ up. But, of course, beer consumption is all about enjoying the product in moderation and enjoying the subtleties of the flavour.
The Bizhop carry-on suitcase has been designed to meet the needs of business travellers while complying with the size requirements for cabin baggage of several major airlines. This piece of baggage carries a relatively new name among luggage producers. The Bizhop Luggage company was founded by Iain Begg. Crowdsourcing, via Kickstarter, provided funding for this venture. Shipment of the cases began in December 2017.
I like to stay presentable when I travel. Part of that, in my view, is being clean shaven. Of late I’ve been doing that Cornerstone shaving products. Pulled pork, craft beer and avocado on sour dough toast all appeal to me. I even own a couple of pairs of skinny jeans and a tweed jacket....
The grip handles feature a Velcro seal, for additional comfort while carrying this sizable piece of kit, and there are hand grips at either end. You can, should you choose, carry the bag via a shoulder strap that spans its length. Alternatively, the Kitmonster 70 G2 has detachable twin shoulder straps, meaning you can carry the bag on your back, in the style of a rucksack, should you so desire.
Did you know that Camley Street Park is a spot that rail travellers can enjoy the song of reed warblers before departing from St Pancras in London?
Stuart Forster was presented with the British Annual Canada Travel Award for Best Online Coverage for a feature on trekking with polar bears near Churchill in Manitiba. He reveals why he was rendered lost for words.
Stuart Forster reviews the book Only in Edinburgh, by Duncan J.D. Smith, a guidebook highlighting ‘unique locations, hidden corners and unusual objects’ in Scotland’s capital city.
As a travel writer and blogger I have to cover a lot of ground. Comfortable footwear, such as Cat Footwear’s new Ryker Boots, helps me feel at ease while going about my work.
Be Prepared. The motto of the Scouting Movement also rings true for travellers. The items you carry on a day to day basis can help you make the most of your time on the road.