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What brand is the main backpack from? It looks better than the one I bought not long time ago from deuter. U can fit in alot in yours and what size and brand is your tripod? It looks pretty smal and I like that 😍
Please get a better multi tool that Chinese 2$ poor excuse for a multi tool is an insult for the whole fucking universe.
And please don't call it a Swiss are you knife because it's really fucking different.
I'm thinking about backpacking and looking to learn. That looks like an aweful lot of unnecessary stuff. I notice there is no tent, sleeping bag, mat, cooking stove. Yoiu are extremely organized though.
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There is no need for all that stuff 👀 I backpacked for over a week and half heading from Texas to Arkansas carrying 23 pounds on Average and I had only 2 pants, 2 shirts, 1 poncho, food, treasures, weapon, and kept going
Hey ! Great video even if i think you overpacked a bit. I always have my big camera with me when travelling but don't have a proper bag to carry it and the rest. What is the brand of your carry-on, please ? i would love to find one like this.
I would prefer just a plastic bag instead of mesh for laundry. Reason being, you can throw any wet/dirty clothes/underwear in it until you're ready to wash them, and this prevents the rest of your bag from getting smelly
I was wondering if anyone would know.. last year I Bought the Osprey Escapist 32 bag that I didn't get to use and I planed to travel with it and with a suitcase for couple of monthes.. now I'm planing 3.5 months in south america and I was wondering if I should've got a bigger bag for all of my things (and pass the suitcase) or use this bag as my main bag with another smaller backpack.
I don’t quite understand why she is carrying both bags... how the heck is one supposed to hike with a bag in the front?!? I speak from experience when I say that intense hikes like she’s talking about require you to be able to do some light rock climbing and above all see the trail in front of you. If you have a pack on the front you can’t bend forward and can’t see if there is any danger in the trail. I hate to be that person but it seems like she is planning for more of a clubbing trip.........
so if I can figure out how to convert everything you said for a guy then pack all of it in 1 carry-on bag I'll be set. I'm planning on doing a world trip where I'm going to be going through every weather imaginable but I only want to use a single carry-on bag. The struggle could not be more real but I am trying to figure it out lol. Great video btw
unbelievable !!!!! I just love it !!! I would like to do the same. Unfortunately, I realized that it was very difficult to travel when you are not yet of age. That's why I created my Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/Voyageurs-Voyageuse-130523271022379/ my Facebook groups and my youtube channel : https://youtu.be/FTTU8p6XhvQ on I will share all the videos of our travel.
unbelievable !!!!! I just love it !!! I would like to do the same. Unfortunately, I realized that it was very difficult to travel when you are not yet of age. That's why I created my Facebook page, my Facebook groups and my youtube channel or I will share all the videos of our travels.
Holy cow! I'm going to do a medical travel job August-November (so it'll be really hot and pretty cold) in the Midwest US. I am going to be in a 700 sq ft UNFURNISHED apartment, I'm also a woman, I work out a lot, and I'm taking my 3 cats...yet all I'm still bringing WAY less stuff than this. I'm driving up in my tiny Smart Car. Your amount of stuff + my 3 cats would not fit comfortably.
When I went to visit the Philippines. I packed so much stuff and that was a big mistake. I was only able to use maybe 40 percent of what I brought. I learned my lesson lol. I think you are packing too much ;) I did what you are doing now -- thinking all the possible events that's going to happen and bring outfit/things for every event. You need to enjoy and value the experience more than worrying about all those things. Who cares about boots? The chances are you will be in a place like Asia where boots don't even exist. They hike in flip flops.
I know this video is from January of last year, and that you have downsized quite a bit. But, that's a lot of clothing, makeup, and toiletries. As a backpacker myself I can assure you that a lot of the items for your month long trip is excessive. Especially the makeup and toiletries - I personally would never bring that much and could easily fit all my toiletries into a small Eagle Creek bag. However, I love this video! So informative and gives me kids of ideas with regards to packing and and what I should and should not bring.
But hey, all the power to you. If you're comfortable taking all that gear with you, go for it.
I appreciate your effore to make this whole 25 minute video but its not worth it to take all of these things? too much unnecessary things? for your poor back? and the main point of traveling in my own opinion is to throw all the things that arent necessary away and only take the important thing youre not going to a fashion show YOURE TRAVELING TO ENJOY AND DISCOVER and how could you use all these items only in 30 days? you will forget the you even carrying all these things! I;m not judging its only an advice you have to watch some minimalist backpacking videos
there's some stuff in here I don't think I will need to bring or use when I'm away fir a month. however this video does help give me tips and all so I really thank you for this.
Also, that farpoint 70, doesn't it also have a day pack embedded with it??
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