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April Airplane Reads

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If you are lucky enough to be traveling this month or just looking for a new captivating story to sit outside and enjoy the nice weather with, well I have the perfect books for both. The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon is the first book in the ever-popular dystopian young adult genre. With the success … Read more

PrAna Clothes for Travel #packprAna


Meeting the challenge of finding comfortable and chic travel clothes with sustainable fair trade clothing company, PrAna Being familiar with eco clothing company, PrAna, I knew that their website featured an assortment of incredibly fit-looking people. An otherworldly lot of individuals is to be found here – hanging 10 in Hawaii, dangling from cliffs, and bending themselves into to … Read more

Ethnotek Backpack: A Travel Belles Review

From Ethnotek, a great carry on that supports artisans around the world. You can check the out the [easyazon_link keywords=”Ethnotek backpack” locale=”US” tag=”tbelles-20″]Ethnotek backpack[/easyazon_link] on Amazon to see it for yourself. I’ve never been a backpacker, per se. In fact, I haven’t owned a backpack of any sort since I was in high school. But … Read more

Labyrinth by Kate Mosse: A French Medieval Geek’s Review

Labyrinth, by Kate Mosse, was the book which led me to Carcassonne, a town in the South of France. In simple terms, this is a time-slip, grail-quest novel, but this does it would be a disservice to say this book is just like The Da Vinci Code. Labyrinth is not merely a holiday read, jumping on the Grail bandwagon; it is well-researched and rich in historical fact, combined with a touch of magic.