50 Essential Wilderness Backpacking Tips

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The wilderness is full of unexpected surprises so it’s always best to take precautions before undertaking a trip into the wild. It’s best to be smart rather than reckless and careless thinking that nothing is going to happen. Before a backpacking trip, be prepared for any eventuality that could go wrong, I promise it’s better safe than sorry in these situations.   Continue reading “50 Essential Wilderness Backpacking Tips”

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An Urban Backpacker’s Guide to Packing

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Are you planning or fantasizing about a backpacking trip? Below you will find very useful tips on how to pack and what things to consider if you go on a trip that requires you to pack smart and comfortably. It is important to think before you act on this so that your trip doesn’t end up being a pain because you brought the wrong size pack for your body, you forgot to pack some essentials, or you packed too much.  Continue reading “An Urban Backpacker’s Guide to Packing”

[Guest Post] 4 Incredible Places In India You Need To Backpack Today

Confluence of Indus river, India
Confluence of Indus river, India by Sundeep bhardwaj

India is one of the most culturally and naturally vast countries in the world. From beaches to mountains, this nation has so much to offer. Sravanthi has been kind enough to tell us a about a few incredible places to visit. 


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Watching Football Soccer In Berlin When Germany Plays

The German flag twists during a Eurocup game in Berlin.
The German flag twists during a Eurocup game in Berlin. (2008)

On 2008, my best friend and I went backpacking around Europe and we happened to be in Berlin during the Eurocup. I don’t remember who they were playing against or even if they won (woops) but I do remember it being a super fun experience.  Continue reading “Watching Football Soccer In Berlin When Germany Plays”

Move, Eat, Learn

3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage… all to turn 3 ambitious linear concepts based on movement, learning and food ….into 3 beautiful and compelling short films: “Move”, “Eat”, and “Learn”.

Please enjoy these as much as I did! (“Move” is my favorite).

MOVE from Rick Mereki on Vimeo.

EAT from Rick Mereki on Vimeo.

LEARN from Rick Mereki on Vimeo.

 Which one was your favorite?