Silverbackpacker

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I was once asked why my Backpack was Black and not Silver. I had to explain that it was my hair that is now Silver and I travel with a Backpack.

The ABC of Backpacking – RST

The ABC of Backpacking – RST

R for Railway Railway Tracks usually consist of steel rails, installed on ties (sleepers) and ballast, on which the rolling stock, usually fitted with metal wheels, moves. Other variations are also possible, such as slab track, where the rails are fastened to a...

The ABC of Backpacking – NOPQ

The ABC of Backpacking – NOPQ

  Continuing the ABC of Backpacking Series  – This time I explore the letters N O P and Q. If you have any that you would like to add, then please leave in the comments below the post. It will be interesting to see how many we can come up with. N for Nomad...

Palawan in 21 Instagrams

Palawan in 21 Instagrams

With TBEX Manila 2016 just months away I have started a new series of Instaposts promoting different areas of the Philippines as seen through the eyes of Instagrammers. There are many Instagrammers out there who are taking good photos but never get the recognition for...

21 Photos that Will Make You Want to Visit Abra

21 Photos that Will Make You Want to Visit Abra

21 PHOTOS THAT WILL MAKE YOU WANT TO VISIT ABRA Late on the tourism scene the Province of Abra is slowly emerging from its isolation. Having stabilised itself in recent years, its beauty is now becoming known to the outside world.  Off the beaten path destinations are...

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Ar-Arbis Falls, Lagayan | Waterfalls of Abra

Ar-Arbis Falls, Lagayan | Waterfalls of Abra

POCKET GUIDE TO AR-ARBIS FALLS, LAGAYAN The early morning jeepney ride to Lagayan was quick and easy. We arrived just after 7am, full of excitement to begin a new adventure to the Ar-Arbis Falls, long before the staff at the Tourism Office had turned up...

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Lagangilang |  Day Trips from Bangued, Abra

Lagangilang | Day Trips from Bangued, Abra

POCKET GUIDE TO LAGANGILANG Where is Lagangilang Lagangilang is located 19km East of Bangued at  17°37′N 120°44′E in the Province of Abra. The town makes for a good day out since it is quite close to Bangued and has a frequent jeepney service. You could also...

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Travel Guide – Kaparkan Falls, Abra

Travel Guide – Kaparkan Falls, Abra

GUIDE TO KAPARKAN FALLS, ABRA Abra's natural environment has engineered this incredible masterpiece right before my mind could ever imagine a waterfall that may look as grand as this. I found out that nature could surpass human creativity and imagination - Edmaration...

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Instant Office Tip #101- Toothpaste

Instant Office Tip #101- Toothpaste

Instant Office Tip #101 You have your work space in your hotel/hostel room for a couple of days . Why not make it more pleasing to spend time there. First off....  place the TV out of the way on the floor, then organise your desk top If you have a map or maybe a...

The Day I Drove a Train In Syria

The Day I Drove a Train In Syria

As the train pulled out of Aleppo Station bound for Latakia I settled back into my seat looked out of the window and watched as the suburbs gave way to countryside. I relaxed, looked round at the other passengers and began to enjoy the train ride. A young girl sitting opposite me kept glancing over at the strange foreigner sharing her journey. I smiled back at her and she pretended to read her newspaper.

My Marrakesh Express Ride

My Marrakesh Express Ride

Looking at the world through the sunset in your eyes
Traveling the train through clear Moroccan skies, Ducks and pigs and chickens call
Animal carpet wall to wall, American ladies five-foot tall in blue

Weekly Photo Challenge: The Sign Says | Danger

Weekly Photo Challenge: The Sign Says | Danger

At most entrances there are signs warning visitors of the impending “Danger”
The temple is in a advanced state of decay and ruin having been looted and neglected over the years. I would imagine that even a very small earthquake would bring the entire structure down.

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