In common with most species of reptiles, snakes are ectothermic or also called as cold-blooded animals. This means they cannot regulate their own body temperature. They need an external heat source in their enclosure to survive. Therefore when you keeping a snake, it is the best option for providing heat for your snake by getting… Continue reading Why You Should Get The Snake Heat Pad?
The best roofing nailer is a tool that will help you roof and repair the roof professionally and simply. This is also a device that can provide the maximum support for those who are not a professional roof repairman. Currently on the market there are many types of roofing nailers, so it’s not easy to… Continue reading What To Look For When Buying The Best Roofing Nailer?
Bores of guns and rifles need your particular attention, and their maintenance is the most crucial for keeping your weapon in an excellent condition. Rifle borescopes have now made the task of maintaining rifles much easier than it used to be. Here is a quick buying guide to tell you all what you need to… Continue reading Buying Guide: Best Rifle Borescopes
When it comes to CBD, one of the most frequently asked questions is: Does CBD make you hungry? Although many people are aware of the fact that the use of minced meat may have an effect on appetite, the phenomenon is often called munchies, but few people know why this effect is completely happening. How… Continue reading Does CBD make you hungry?
It should be noted that the levels of both elements are modifiable, that is, they can be altered to make them higher or lower and thus achieve the desired degree of each one. Also, there are corrective meters whose task is, in addition to obtaining the information on the state of the chlorine and pH… Continue reading How to measure the pH and chlorine level of the hot tub water
Travel hygiene isn’t really something we like to think about, because it’s sometimes better not to remember how gross you get while backpacking. But you can’t make friends if you smell like a horse, as we learned through many sad, sad experiences. Fortunately, unlike backpackers of the olden times, you don’t have to spend two… Continue reading Travel Hygiene for Cleanish Vagrants
After you’ve been in a foreign country for long enough, hearing English is a bit jarring. Even in large crowds, the English voices seem to stand out, and it’s hard not to overhear. Sometimes, a shared language is a great starting point to make friends with a fellow traveler, and if you overhear them sounding… Continue reading Shit Tourists Say
I am pretty safe and pretty careful while traveling, but somehow I can’t seem to avoid parasites. I’m a woman traveling alone, so I never walk by myself at night, I avoid creepy strangers, and I never travel without telling someone my whereabouts. Being careful is enough to avoid the big dangers. I just wish I… Continue reading To Avoid Parasites; or: Parasites I Have Met
Life on the road seems glamorous and romantic because those are the stories that make it back home with us. Sometimes traveling sort of sucks, though, and that’s okay. It’s good to keep a positive attitude and make the best of things, but you’re allowed to sometimes think that the Chinese food in China isn’t… Continue reading Confessions of a Dirty Vagrant
Japan isn’t an expensive country. Did I just blow your mind? I should qualify that. I know a lot of people who want to visit Japan but have heard horror stories about how expensive it is. Frankly, it’s bollocks. Japan really doesn’t have to be an expensive country. If you’ve traveled in Scandinavia or the… Continue reading Japan on a Budget, Dirty Vagrant Style