Author and photographer. Adventurer and vagabond. Master of the handstand pushup. Conqueror of mountains, survivor of deserts and crusader for reasonable escapades. Avid hitch-hiker, sofa-surfer and investigative journalist. Decided to explore some of the world’s least visited international locations. Devout follower of the High Temple of Backpackistan. Inventor of the person-hug. Has been described as an incorrigible cad. In fixed want of a haircut. Smells of old leather-based. At present on a two yr adventure from the UK to Papua New Guinea by way of Europe, Iran, Pakistan, China, Tibet, Nepal, India, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, The Philippines and Indonesia.
Getting turned around on a trail is easier than it appears, particularly after fatigue sets in on a high-mileage day. I monitor my backpacking journeys with the Garmin Oregon 600 GPS : even when there isn’t any cell phone protection, the GPS gives me to access detailed topographic maps, and the Oregon 600’s batteries outlast my iPhone by many hours. Marking waypoints of trail intersections, campsites, and points of interest is simple with the Garmin 600, and its Tracback feature traces my route in reverse, making it easy to hike again to the trailhead.
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