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thesearcher

The Searcher | Stories [1] | Last Post: 27 Mar 2011

theseeker

Endangered Rhinos | Stories [2] | Photos [10] | Last Post: 17 Oct 2010

thesetwoeyes

These Two Eyes | Stories [3] | Photos [7] | Last Post: 8 Apr 2013

Experiences are the key to life and traveling is the experience. I'm an American expat living in Brisbane, Australia. I take every opportunity  to explore, meet a stranger, have a conversation, observe a passerby... to me this is the best ... Read more >

theshadowsofthesun

Where Butterflies Go to Die | Stories [1] | Last Post: 26 May 2015

theshilling

Flying Solo | Stories [11] | Photos [129] | Last Post: 16 Mar 2010

theshoestringer

Of planes, trains and inner tubes | Stories [1] | Last Post: 22 Apr 2012

thesilentchronicles

The Awkward Chronicles | Stories [1] | Last Post: 6 May 2014

thesmallvagabond

The Small Vagabond and Her Traverses | Stories [1] | Last Post: 15 May 2014

thesolitaryreaper

An ode to the journeys, sojourns and the odysseys... | Stories [1] | Last Post: 27 May 2015

thesometimesman

Sometimes It's Good For Your Health | Stories [1] | Photos [5] | Last Post: 17 Nov 2014

thespacearoundme

Divided Iceland | Stories [1] | Last Post: 21 Apr 2014

thespicegirl

A Slice of Spain - The Spanish Tortilla | Stories [1] | Photos [4] | Last Post: 27 Feb 2015

thestarsfinder

On the rough side | Stories [1] | Last Post: 26 May 2015

I'm Arianna, a 20-something years old. Born in Florence, italy, I've lived in Spain, Ireland and Spain again! I'm actually writing from Murcia, taking photos and planning the next adventure, of course!

thestate-of-living9

Improving Lives | Stories [3] | Photos [5] | Last Post: 19 Jun 2013

thestefania_trips

The surreal side of volunteering | Stories [1] | Last Post: 26 May 2015

thesteffenbech

My Travel Journal | Stories [1] | Photos [3] | Last Post: 7 May 2016

thestg

The Stomping Grounds | Stories [1] | Photos [5] | Last Post: 14 Mar 2014

thestillloveforlife

Natural, Still, Beautiful Life | Stories [1] | Photos [5] | Last Post: 8 Nov 2014

thestoryofdoina

legends from romania | Stories [1] | Last Post: 24 Aug 2015

thestoryteller

When I step outside | Stories [1] | Last Post: 18 Apr 2013

thestunnings

The Stunning Adventures | Stories [87] | Photos [1443] | Last Post: 17 Dec 2007

the-tall-ones

Viva Mexico! | Stories [0] | Photos [4]

We start our adventure in 10 days...getting the details ready, researching the locations. Hoping Jeff's passport comes in time! This is Jeff's first time in Mexico and my first time visiting the state of Veracruz...We are excited. We have decided to ... Read more >

thetexantsuzuki

Questing for the Fantastic | Stories [1] | Last Post: 14 May 2015

thethinnessoftravels

Chronicles of when a thin, tall and lanky dude decides to fulfill his travel enthusiastic heart | Stories [1] | Last Post: 7 May 2014

thethomas

Lost, stranded, with no journey home. Help me Obi-Wan, you're my only hope. | Stories [1] | Last Post: 15 May 2015

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Really important part.
I'm kind of geek, I spend too much time on computers, and I need a minimum of modern electronics.
I almost hesitate to take with me my 2.5 kg Macbook...
Finally for weight and battery reasons, I find a other solution.
I take my iPhone, ( I not a rich men, I get it for free, when the time of the importation from USA and unlockage was interresting.)
The iPhone is excactly like a computer, I can surf the web, write emails, listen music, uploads pictures, browse my HD maps of the country.
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Really important part. I'm kind of geek, I spend too much time on computers, and I need a minimum of modern electronics. I almost hesitate to take with me my 2.5 kg Macbook... Finally for weight and battery reasons, I find a other solution. I take my iPhone, ( I not a rich men, I get it for free, when the time of the importation from USA and unlockage was interresting.) The iPhone is excactly like a computer, I can surf the web, write emails, listen music, uploads pictures, browse my HD maps of the country. For the battery, I use a Solar device "Solio Magnesium" It`s charge my phone two time with the built-in batterry, and charge from the sun in 6-8h. I also take electrical alimentation from my camera, intra-earsphones (Shure) they give me great quality music, and sound isolation from outside. 2 Usb keys, for pictures,administration documents, music. To share media with people who have a computer. Partie trés importante. Je suis quelqu'un qui passe beaucoup de temps sur les ordinateurs, et j'ai besoin d'un minimum d'électronique moderne lorsque je me deplace. J'ai presque hésiter à prendre avec moi mon Macbook de 2.5 kg ... Finnalement, pour des raisons de poids et de batterie, j'ai opter pour une autre solution. Je prends simplement mon iPhone, (n`allez pas penser que je suis un gros bonhomme plein d'argent, j'ai eu mon iPhone gratuitement, a l' epoque ou il etait interressant d'importer des iPhones des etats unis, de les debloquer et de les revendre.) L'iPhone est pratiquement comme un ordinateur, je peux surfer sur le web, écrire des e-mails, écouter la musique, uploader des photos, parcourir les cartes du pays. Pour la batterie, j'utilise un chargeur solaire "Solio Magnesium" Il charge mon téléphone deux fois avec la batterie integrée,et se recharge en 6-8h de soleil. J'emporte également l'alimentation électrique de mon appareil photo, une paire d ecouteur intrauriculaires (Shure), qui donnent un son pur et detaillé et isolent des bruits exterieurs, se qui peut etre tres utile ou tres dangereux selon les situations. 2 clés Usb, pour les images, les textes,les documents administratifs,et la musique. Pour partager des donnees avec les personnes ayant un ordinateur.

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