Manfrotto Aviator Drone Backpack Review

This review was carried out by my brother Darren, who has his own drone photography and filming business Cloud Vista Studio. Manfrotto recently asked me to review their Aviator drone backpack, which is made to fit a DJI Phantom 3 or 4 drone. This is something I was only to happy to do as it’s […]

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Head to BeWILDerwood this Halloween

BeWILDerwood is an adventure park in Norfolk and somewhere I’ve seen advertised on many a trip to this area but hadn’t actually been!  BeWILDerwood is located near the popular Norfolk Broads and close to the village of Hoveton set within vast woodlands. BeWILDerwood is currently staging The Glorious Glowing Lantern Parade in the run up […]

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Nail biting journeys on the roads

In today’s age hopping in the car to go on a family adventure is second nature and we hardly ever have to worry about arranging public transport to get to our destination. That being said it’s so important to plan the route you’re going to take, especially when you’ve got small children in the car. […]

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LIFE Mobile – Review

I don’t know about you but as I get older I’m not overly fussed in getting the latest phone when my mobile contract is up for renewal, instead what I tend to do is opt for a cheaper tariff and keep the same phone, in fact I’ve had the same phone for about 3 years […]

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La Hacienda Camping Firepit – Review

Firepits and Barbeques are a standard addition to the hot weather and even well into the cooler months if the rain keeps at bay!  Over the summer months I have been trying out the camping firepit from La Hacienda on trips to the Peak District and Norfolk. Being a firepit designed for camping it is compact […]

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6 Things to Do When Travelling Around Europe

Europe is one of the safest and most exciting places to travel, with dozens of different countries, cultures and attractions to take your fancy. Whether you’re a solo traveller planning on backpacking around Eastern Europe or a family organising a week-long holiday in the Med, you’re going to be spoilt for choice. To prove my […]

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Helly Hansen W Bellevue Coat – Review

Hiking throughout the year you’re almost guaranteed that you’re going to need a waterproof coat with you at all times, even if it’s just to keep you warm when it’s windy, temperatures at top of mountains tend to be colder than at the bottom.  Having already tried and loved the Helly Hansen W Welsey Trench […]

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