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For outdoor photographers, tripod, grip and selfie stick are essential shooting equipment, but with heavy outdoor gear, adding one more will be a big burden.

Is there a high quality, sturdy, lightweight and portable tripod which can meet the most shooting needs?

Yes, Fantaseal Aluminum Alloy Mini Camera Tripod will be your best choice.

Made of strong Aluminum Alloy, sturdy and portable, unfold the tripod, you can mount your camera to any flat place for filming, fold the tripod, you can take it as a handle grip or selfie stick.

Built in 360 degree ball head design, providing you 360 degree rotation perspective for shooting amazing footage.

The ball lock screw will ensure you to change position of your camera mounting to capture your favorite activities from incredible new perspectives.

Attached smartphone clamp suits for 60-80mm width screen.

Attached GoPro adapter compatible with GoPro and any GoPro-Like action camera.

Meeting various outdoor or indoor shooting needs. Amazing shooting accessory for home, travel, birthday party, honeymoon, banquet with recording the happy and unforgettable moments. Also a nice gifts for your friends and family.

Packing List:
1 x Mini Camera Tripod
1 x Smartphone Clamp
1 x GoPro Adapter

Cameras and Cellphone are NOT included.

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Product Features

  • Removable Bacpac LCD Screen, high quality as the original. Seamlessly attaches to the back of your GoPro. Build up a monitor for your GoPro (NOT TOUCH CONTROL) Only compatible with GoPro Hero3+ Hero4.
  • Build-in ball joint allows 360 degree adjustment for your shooting. The lock screw enables you to position and lock the camera in a rapid and easy way.
  • With 1/4” thread , GoPro adapter and a smartphone holder, allows any devices which has the 1/4” thread to be mounted, e.g. 1/4” thread action camera, compact camera, compact mirroless camera, DSLR, GoPro-like action cameras and cellphone of which width is between 60 and 80 mm.
  • Compatible with SJCAM Xiaomi YI Yi 4K DBPOWER GEEKPRO Lightdow LD4000 Garmin Virb X XE +apple iphone 7 iphone 7 plus 6s iphone 6s plus iphone 6 iphone 6 plus 5 iphone 5c iphone 5s iphone 5se samsung VTech Kidizoom Kids Camera Polaroid XS100 SONY FDR-X3000R
  • Meeting various outdoor or indoor shooting needs. Amazing shooting accessory for home, travel, birthday party, honeymoon, banquet with recording the happy and unforgettable moments. Also a nice gifts for your friends and family. Suitable for many kinds of occasions, such as for Vblog, Youtube and reviewers to do products release, explanation and other commercial purposes.

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Insulated Ceramic Travel The Family Room Steveelshaw Blog Steve Insulated Mugs Thermos Travel Cup Newly Designed Lid Pivots Open For Easy Cleaning.Stays Cool To The Touch With Hot Liquids And Is Condensation-free With Cold.Double Wall Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulation Keeps Beverages Hot Or Cold For Hours.

Product Features

  • Aluminium Body, Plastic Lid Photo
  • Shipping Time: 7-12 Days
  • Available In Many Pictures
  • Hand Wash Only
  • Keeps Coffee Hot And A Great Conversation Piece

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How to Start a Travel Blog and Make Money

Have you ever thought that one day you’d like to learn how to start a travel blog?

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Is it because the idea appears to align with your personality and the lifestyle you want to create, but the processes remain mysterious and ever-so-slightly out of your reach?

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How to Start a Travel Blog and Make Money provides you with the practical skills you need to start a travel blog and earn an income from it. It also shows you exactly how you can earn a substantial living by getting paid to travel blog for others.

These two aspects of travel blogging are taught within a framework of creating the right mind-set. You need to let go of the beliefs of other people – the ‘naysaysers’ – the people who don’t want to live a life of travel, freedom and flexibility, but who feel obliged to comment on your decision to do so.

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Never-ending honeymoon: In El Nido, a retreat built from romance

(CNN)“Get dropped off at the road by Las Cabanas beach about four kilometers (2.5 miles) outside of El Nido Town.

“Walk all the way to the end of the beach, then ask the people at the coconut stand for Mark and Camille’s house.”
Those are the instructions to find The Birdhouse — a new jungle glamping retreat in El Nido, a remote corner of Palawan island in the southwestern Philippines.
    The hard-to-find address is the brainchild of Mark-Anthony and Camille Dimson Villaflor, who built The Birdhouse after traveling around the world on a 16-month-long honeymoon — documented on their blog 365 Travel Dates.
    Inspired by the couple’s transformative trip around the world, the rustic-luxe tents offer a romantic refuge for honeymooners and adventure travelers.

    A year-long honeymoon

    The Villaflors’ love story started in 2009 when they met through a friend.
    Two years later, Mark was down on one knee at the W Hong Kong, proposing to the tune of Train’s “Marry Me.”
    The pair legally wed two months later.
    “I moved from Singapore to Shanghai where Mark was working and we lived together for the first time,” says Camille Villaflor.
    “That first year was hard. We were fighting all the time.”
    A teacher at the time, Mark pitched his new wife a crazy idea: What if they took a year-long honeymoon?
    “It sounded like the coolest thing ever, how can you say no?” she recalls. “But we were doing well with money and had proper jobs … We were just going to leave all of that to go on a sabbatical?”

    Making it work

    It started with a trial run. The couple spent 40 days backpacking through Cambodia and western China.
    After the experience, the adventurous duo returned to Shanghai feeling refreshed.
    “We knew then that travel was our common ground,” remembers Camille, who is originally from Manila.
    “Instead of focusing on each other and our flaws, we were distracted by the amazing things we were seeing and we felt so grateful for the experiences.”
    Convinced that a year-long honeymoon was totally doable, the couple began saving for the trip.

    Taking off

    One week (or more) in this paradise. Big Lagoon, El Nido, Palawan. #travel #backpacking #365traveldates #banca #philippines #elnido #smartbrotrips #agodalens #tourismphl #wheninmanila

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    The couple took on several part-time jobs and worked weekends, investing 40-50% of their income each month towards the travel fund.
    Mark estimated they could get by on about $100 a day, or $3,000 a month.
    Once they had saved $30,000, the couple packed up two rucksacks — a 28-pound backpack for Camille and a 44-pound bag for Mark — and set out for the US to begin their journey.
    They took advantage of credit card travel promotions, collecting redeemable points and rewards. Mark estimates they opened 10 to 15 cards by the end of the trip.
    The couple also worked along the way, taking on everything from check-in services at hostels to social media management, design consultation, blog reviews — even mopping floors.
    “We had figured out blogging and social media by the fourth month or so, so we started pitching places — trading reviews and advertising for accommodations,” says Mark.

    Building the Birdhouse

    After 16 months abroad, Mark got a job offer in Austria.
    To arrange visas, the couple had to apply in their countries of residence.
    That meant flying to the US to take care of Mark’s passport and then over to Manila for Camille’s.
    While waiting for Camille’s visa to be approved, the couple ventured to El Nido — a pristine corner of the southwestern Philippines.
    Meaning “the nest” in Spanish, the remote beachside area is home to beautiful turquoise water and imposing limestone cliffs.
    They hosted travel workshops while scouting out potential real estate investments on the island.
    The couple could see that El Nido was due for a tourist boom.
    They came across a half-acre plot of wild jungle, set back from the beach on a mountain.

    The mighty jungle

    “The terrain was very thick,” remembers Camille. “Mark went up and took me up later and we fell in love with the view. We decided to buy it — it was a no-brainer. “
    They bought the land in November 2015 and began building in February 2016.
    “We had been unemployed for a year and a half, so we ended up selling a property in Manila to fund the construction,” says Mark.
    Coming off a year of liberating travel, it wasn’t the most glamorous transition.
    “We came from being totally free to working around-the-clock on construction,” remembers Camille.
    “We had no electricity except fireflies in our room. We had no running water. It was rainy season and we were collecting rainwater and using it to shower and everything.”
    “But we had a home,” Mark interjects.

    Enter the love nest

    Six months later The Birdhouse opened with three glamping tents — which the couple dubs “nests” — and a communal lodge overlooking Marimegmeg Beach.
    It’s so “off-the-beaten path” the couple had to build their own trail.
    From the aforementioned coconut stand, hand-drawn wooden markers pegged to tree trunks lead travelers over bamboo bridges and deeper into the jungle.
    After the short trek, a stairwell leads travelers up a steep mountainside where contemporary tents are visible between the tree branches.
    At the top, a treehouse-like lodge dubbed the “Mother Nest” triples as a lobby, restaurant and Mark and Camille’s home.
    Designed by Camille, the communal house has an eclectic vibe, featuring romantic hanging bamboo chairs, Moroccan-style rugs, a library of travel books and a ukulele.
    The couple’s cat lounges in the late afternoon sun, while guests enjoy a home-cooked meal and views of Bacuit Bay.
    Below the main lodge, each tent sits on a platform in the trees, with a small porch to take in the sea view and a night sky full of stars.
    Inside the canvas flaps, there’s a queen-size bed, a yellow carpet and locally made wooden furnishings.

    Keeping El Nido green

    But The Birdhouse aims to be more than just a unique getaway.
    The short-term goal? A completely self-sustainable restaurant and retreat.
    As for the bigger picture, Mark and Camille are in the process of introducing a waste-management nonprofit, with an aim to work with more hotels in the area and protect El Nido’s natural beauty amid an uptick in tourism.
    The municipal tourism office estimated that El Nido received 12,000 monthly arrivals in 2015 — up from 10,000 in 1994.
    “What normally happens in El Nido is that the waste management is viewed as an expense by hotels,” explains Shyo Sayajon, the retreat’s full-time permaculture designer.
    “Hotels transfer most of the expense to the local government, which is required to manage waste. Sadly, the local government doesn’t manage the waste effectively and ecologically.”
    A former government employee, Sayajon moved into the field to make a more direct impact on the environment.
    Sayajon has implemented several solutions at The Birdhouse so far, including composting, water recycling, natural water storage and organic gardening.
    “I don’t think El Nido has even started to boom. But it’s coming,” says Mark.
    “We want to present an eco-friendly lifestyle for other people and be an example for other hotels in El Nido to replicate.”

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    Travel Blog Europe and USA Board Game

    Some people love to travel. Others love to read about traveling. Imagine an Internet magazine designed to bring these people together. Would you like to join ranks of their travel bloggers? Travel Blog is a swift and thrilling game about travelling. Your task is to pick a country or countries most suitable for your trip and to do it faster than your opponents. How many borders do you cross on your trip from France to Russia? Is it more or less than from Norway to Turkey? Detailed knowledge of the map is an advantage, but can be easily beaten by good intuition and fast decision making. The interesting facts about 100 countries and states are here just as a bonus. This is not a trivia game – Travel Blog keeps to be fun even if you get pretty familiar with the maps. And you can bet you will, after a few games. Contents: 1 game board 2 maps 6 traveler tokens 100 state cards 90 paper euro bills 4 glass markers 1 rulebook 1 facts sheet Suitable for 2 to 6 players over the age of 8 years.

    Product Features

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