(64,06 EUR/kg) Specifications: Collapsible, lightweight, easy to carry. Fit to camping, fishing, car travel, hiking, and many other outdoor activities. It also can be a trash bucket. Type: Car Water Bucket Material: Oxford Cloth Capacity: 12L Features: Portable, Foldab
Loaded with classic routes and itineraries, ‘Moose On The Loose’ turns Ontario into your very own playground for camping, hiking, swimming, and paddling fun. Stand tall at the edge of the world, climb through hidden wormholes, and discover sunken shipwrecks aboard a glass bottom boat. No guest preparation is needed, no equipment, not even a sleeping bag/ pad, or pillow. Lake Fever offers Budget travelers free transportation, camp-cooked meals, and good old fashioned campfires, but *please be advised, on this particular tour guests will be expected to share in cooking/dishes duties at least once.* Sightseers can enjoy access to the Canadian wilderness for a unique opportunity that would otherwise take a lot of planning and money to arrange (not to worry, first-timers will learn the basics of camping). Cross the great Canadian roadtrip off your bucket list. Who knows, it may be your once-in-a-lifetime experience.
This is the 2nd biggest game park in the world. It is one of the greatest tourist attractions in South Africa and with very good reason - it is over 2 million hectares in size and hosts around 900 animal and bird species. It is always exciting to see how many different animals and birds you can spot, The “Big 5” is always on everyone’s bucket list. The Tourist Guides on this tour are well experienced in the bush, well experienced in camping and catering, highly qualified and registered National Tourist Guides. The bus we use has great height for better animal sightings, and windows that can open for photography. It is air-conditioned for comfort during the hot days and is equipped with a full-size toilet and a refreshment station. Please note that the ablution facilities are shared. The camp has a cafeteria, shop, restaurant and laundry facilities.We will only stay outside of the Kruger Park when forced to do so due to non-availability of camping sites inside the Park.
Welcome to the land of a thousand lakes, rocky ridges and strawberry sunsets. Join us for 3 days to explore the sheer vastness that is Algonquin Provincial Park, and you'll experience the natural beauty that people have been talking about worldwide. At Algonquin, campers should be prepared to swim sun-kissed waters, hike to a breath-taking lookout, and canoe/kayak (optional). No guest preparation is needed, no equipment, not even a sleeping bag, pad, or pillow. Budget travelers can enjoy free transportation, 3 square meals, a good old fashioned campfire, and best of all, campers gain access to the great Canadian wilderness, for a trip that would otherwise take a lot of planning and money to arrange (not to worry, first-timers will learn the basics of camping). Check Algonquin Provincial Park off of your bucket list. Who knows, this may be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
An overnight desert safari in Dubai must be on top of any wanderlust’s bucket list. Our overnight desert camping in Dubai offers you the luxury of indulging in stillness. Start your desert safari once our driver picks you up from your hotel and drive you off to the camel farm amidst the desert in a 4x4 vehicle. Catch a glimpse of herds of camels and their playful acts. Get stunned when the bizarre dune bashing session starts. Enjoy the thrills and spills of golden dunes as your driver takes you on a roller-coaster ride!Take a chance to ride atop a mighty camel and get immersed in the exhilarating camel ride. As the sun casts elongate the shadow of your camel against a neighbouring dune, it will make you look alike a giant in your own desert fantasy. Dubai overnight desert safari is surely a one to remember as it takes you to a desert oasis bottled up with pleasant surprises. If you tour with us, your overnight desert safari in Dubai cost will not be hefty. Reserve your tour now.
No-Work Spanish audiobooks are stories read with each sentence said first in English, then in Spanish. At the end of each chapter, the chapter is repeated entirely in Spanish. But Can You Learn Spanish from No-Work Spanish stories? Yes! Here is how No-Work Spanish audiobooks work: No-Work Spanish stories are performed by talented bilingual actors and actresses. You'll want to listen to find out what happens next in the story. As you hear each sentence, first in English, then in Spanish, your mind links the two, just as effortlessly as you learn the words to a song you like. Hearing the chapter repeated, entirely in Spanish, after you have absorbed the Spanish vocabulary reinforces the Spanish and greatly improves your ability to listen and comprehend an entire Spanish passage. You do not need to know any Spanish to learn from No-Work Spanish audiobooks. On the other hand, if you already know some Spanish, you will learn that much faster. Yaks March on Washington is based on the true story of an Idaho rancher who travels across the country with six yaks in tow, accompanied by his dog. It is read by Jean-Marc Berne. The Yaks March on Washington vocabulary is rich in outdoor terms related to ranching, animals, and camping. The Yaks March on Washington vocabulary includes: Adjectives: fast, cool, dark, peaceful, quiet, awake, wide, sleepy, giant, big, small, hot, crowded, next, colorful, more, every, important, scared, sad Adverbs: slowly, again Animals: cows, sheep, dog, bark, cat, yak, horse, horns, beasts, pet (noun) Body Parts: arm, face, tail, nose, eye, stomach, chin, forehead Camping: to camp, sleeping bags, flashlight, folding chairs, tent, bucket, cooking stove, ropes Colors: white, red Clothing: wool, scarf, costumes Eating/Food: dinner, milk, stove, bottle, butter, cheese, pans Numbers one through seven l 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jean Marc Berne. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/006284/bk_acx0_006284_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
I journeyed 50,000 miles this year, across the United States. I knocked out most of my "bucket list" in a matter of nine months, travelling cross-country. I experienced many things that most people never get to experience in their entire lifetime. I will tell you tips, tricks and secrets on how to travel safely and cheaply, while still getting a great experience out of your travels. The tips in this audiobook were not written by someone who never left their desk. I am a professional author who has sold over 80,000 audiobook and audiobook units writing in different genres and under different pen names. I also sell travel photography on microstock websites from my travels. I used these proceeds to fund my travels without having to work a full-time job. Don't get me wrong - I used to do what you might be doing now...I worked a salary job earning big money, but one where I was nearly always on-call. Morning, noon and night, I paid my dues to "the man". I was never allotted time by my employer or my teammates to take off for a short weekend trip to go camping or fishing, much less be able to leave the state for any length of time. This left me invariably stuck in the cold state of Wisconsin for over 40 years. For 16 years, I wasn't able to travel much at all. I sat in my cubicle, staring out the window, and dreaming of a day when I would be allowed to see and do things. When my 40th birthday came and went, and I began suffering a heart condition from chronic stress, I began to realize that my time was getting short. I realized that, eventually, I might not be able to do any of the things I wanted to do, much less knock off any of the items from my bucket list. I decided the time was now. I buckled down, and I accomplished my dream of travelling nearly the entire 50 states in the United States. I don't regret the nine months that I spent on the road. I have enough stories from nine months 1. Language: English. Narrator: Pete Beretta. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/099000/bk_acx0_099000_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
We all have it. That feeling that something bad is about to happen, something really bad. We don't like to think about it, and we never talk about it, but still, we worry about it. Sometimes, we can almost feel the Earth holding its breath and waiting. We are all preparing in our own ways. Some have built bunkers and gathered supplies, some have a contingency plan on paper - or maybe just in their head - but nothing concrete. Then there are those of us who are in the middle; we don't have a well-supplied bunker, but we have a stash of things we might need when that day comes and a sort of plan to go with it. We think about how much we will miss things like chocolate bars, wine, and coffee, and brainstorm about ways to preserve the things we will miss the most. We decide where to go, if leaving is possible, and consider the pros and cons of each possible location. The more pessimistic at heart are checking things off their bucket lists before it's too late and maybe even devising an exit strategy. When Lucy and her sons wake up to a living nightmare on the last morning of their weekend camping trip, they must make the most of the people and resources surrounding them to endure. Along the way, Lucy finds romance during the end of the world as they fight to survive and discover the truth about the attack that has forever changed their lives. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Allyson Voller. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/046053/bk_acx0_046053_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.