Trangia

22 Feb 19
Oret-oretan

Cara ini lebih praktis karena setelah matang, langsung bisa disantap, tidak perlu diaduk lagi.

22 Feb 19
Oret-oretan

Karena ibu-ibu ingin membawa isi rumah sedangkan bapak-bapak hanya pikirkan segi praktisnya..

20 Feb 19
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19 Feb 19
Pedalling Round

Dunedin to Queenstown via The Catlins and Invercargill 496km 10 cycling days Our initial plan for touring New Zealand included a vague notion that we should go to the bottom of South Island as this would be the furthest possible point from which to start our journey home. This idea was cemented during a conversation […]

18 Feb 19
Our Six Years at Waddilove

Ch 45 The day we met the Hippo Well it wasn’t really a day! It was actually a night and my goodness it was dark. It wasn’t a hippo singular either. There were lots of them! But I am getting ahead of myself. It was May 1990 and Coralie was 2 years and 9 months […]

17 Feb 19
Natural Gnomead

Being an extreme budget, wanna-be backpacker I’ll run through some of the gear I manage to pick up along the way. So, first up is my new-to-me camp stove. We’ve had an ancient trangia set for years which has had a lot of use and is still going strong but I wanted something a bit […]

17 Feb 19
Gundî Fred

With my recent move out of the hostel, I wanted a means of cooking and heating water that was low-profile, lightweight and reasonably cheap to fuel. I decided to use an alcohol stove, having had used Trangia stoves in the past. I ordered a Trangia burner and a Trangia fuel bottle from Amazon. Here in […]

15 Feb 19
Warning: musings may range from utterly bemusing to somewhat amusing.

We are marching into shops and asking about carbon pegs and bamboo cutlery and the difference between a Trangia and a Jetboil. We’re walking out with space blankets and flints, parachute chord and hunting knives, water filters and one She-wee each despite none of us being women. We are prepared for everything, even growing a vagina.

11 Feb 19
Christison Coddiwomple

Suz So many little things to pack and keep track of. Lost: a travel towel sunglasses t-shirt complete overwhelming newness of Chile and Argentina some level of inhibition around interacting with small Spanish (Lo Siento, hablas poco Espanol… I’m sorry, I speak little Spanish!) the tiny little piece of electronic thing that converts a lightning […]

10 Feb 19
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10 Feb 19
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10 Feb 19
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