Instructables: exploring - living - travel Fri, 29 May 2015 15:52:00 PDT BLOX v1.01 Affordable Hotel in Sonamarg
Affordable Hotel in Sonamarg - More DIY How To Projects]]> NitishD Developed in a beguiling niche in the valley of Sonamarg this boutique lodging is an impeccable home for laid back explorers who are in quest for a lackadaisical occasion. Keenly composed with natural components, the lodging is perfect for the individuals who are searching for clearing mountain pers...
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Fri, 22 May 2015 05:01:34 PDT
Christian Fish Symbol for a Rental Car
Christian Fish Symbol for a Rental Car - More DIY How To Projects]]> Phil B I am serious about my Christian faith. I have always liked the history and meaning of the Christian fish symbol, especially with the Greek letters for ichthus (fish). I will explain about that later.We fly across the country to visit our kids and see our grandchildren. Often that means getting a ren...
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Sat, 16 May 2015 10:28:35 PDT
Broken Garmin Ball Socket
Broken Garmin Ball Socket - More DIY How To Projects]]> Phil B Two of the plastic tabs inside the ball socket mount for our Garmin Nuvi 205 GPS broke off, and the GPS falls off of the suction cup windshield mount. I can order a replacement, but we are going on a road trip quite soon, and shipment from the Far East may not arrive in time. ToolsHot glue gunDrillS...
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Tue, 12 May 2015 06:29:25 PDT
The Cart of the Past
The Cart of the Past - More DIY How To Projects]]> MichaelN11 By: Mike and Taylor Frame Construction 1. Buy Two 10 foot long 3/4 thick conduit 2also buy to 90 degree connectors 3. Cut conduit 3/7 on both 4.attach connectors and screw in Get four pieces of wood and put them on the cart as shown. preferably buy 2 full length 2 by fours and cut them in ...
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Wed, 6 May 2015 12:44:49 PDT
Backpacking Tips for Beginners
Backpacking Tips for Beginners - More DIY How To Projects]]> Jemma Nile To all novice backpackers out there, getting the right support and assistance on your new backpacking journey is important to me. Here are few but very important FYIs. Choose Your Destination - Best Place to Go and Best Place to Stay There’s nowhere more reliable to search the safety of location,...
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Tue, 28 Apr 2015 12:01:51 PDT
Climate Change Man!
Climate Change Man! - More DIY How To Projects]]> Swe0001 Questions E10 - CAT 1 - I will create my own multi-modal persuasive text using my letter to the editor for a specific audience.Listen to the instructions for E10 step 1 here:Step 1Your audience for this text is primary school students. This means that you need to create a text that these childre...
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Mon, 23 Mar 2015 23:20:38 PDT
backpack handmade
backpack handmade - More DIY How To Projects]]> tranquynh25 I made it!! make the "back" and.. make the "pack" tada...
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Tue, 3 Mar 2015 08:06:25 PST
How To Plan A Trip on a Budget
How To Plan A Trip on a Budget - More DIY How To Projects]]> cbfshr To most people, traveling can be a stressful experience. The reality of it is, though, that planning is the most important part; your goal should be to plan a trip well and enjoy a week away from distractions and - most importantly - stress. Planning a week-long trip takes time; planning a trip that...
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Thu, 26 Feb 2015 20:31:41 PST
Travel Spice rack
Travel Spice rack - More DIY How To Projects]]> Chrisptoast Love to cook? Love to Travel? Ever take a trip to a friends house, wanted to cook them a meal, but they didn't have any of the essential ingredients?Ever go on a back packing trip and wish you could bring all those spices and herbs to make your delicious home meals?Maybe just a weekend camping trip...
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Wed, 25 Feb 2015 16:27:32 PST
Repurpose A Plastic Toy Case
Repurpose A Plastic Toy Case - More DIY How To Projects]]> teloph Use some self-adhesive Velcro in a couple of the corners to hold some accessories. You can also put Velcro various places to hold the iPad mini or keyboard if needed. I put the rough hook side of the Velcro in the case. Add Velcro To Accessories Add the soft loop side of the Velcro to your charg...
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Sat, 21 Feb 2015 08:02:14 PST
Portable Paracord Kit
Portable Paracord Kit - More DIY How To Projects]]> Hp0106 In this instructable I will show you how to make a portable Paracord kit. In this kit there is enough supplies to make 2 bracelets or 2 keychains. Gather your materials You will need:2 key rings2 small buckles1 Bic lighter2 nine foot strands of paracord (Any color)1 small knife or razor1 small c...
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Tue, 17 Feb 2015 08:04:41 PST
Compact Airline Approved Snack Pack
Compact Airline Approved Snack Pack - More DIY How To Projects]]> ashleyjlong My parents recently booked a trip to Europe. Since they almost never fly, especially not for the duration it take to cross the Atlantic, my mom asked me to research the best airline approved snacks to take in a crowded carry on bag. She said "I want to do better than the crackers, cookies, and pean...
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Sat, 31 Jan 2015 19:36:23 PST
Travel TraveltoCanada Traveling to Canada can transform from a fun trip into an embarrassing experience if you have a DUI history and you are rejected at the border, especially if you did your best to keep this a secret for some members of the family or friends. If you have been wondering how to get into Canada with a DU...
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Thu, 29 Jan 2015 17:20:04 PST
Avoid Jet-lag Like A Boss
Avoid Jet-lag Like A Boss - More DIY How To Projects]]> nishajsoni1 I have been traveling to India since I was little and at about age ten, I figured out how to completely get rid of my jet-lag. My dad (pictured above) however, is still trying to master the process. Change Your Internal Time The main reason many people get severe cases of jet-lag is because the...
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Fri, 9 Jan 2015 13:01:30 PST
The backpack swing
The backpack swing - More DIY How To Projects]]> Amelie_vh It's fun to swing outside when the sun shines, but it is too bad that there's no swing everywhere. What if we could swing everywhere we want? Wouldn't that be nice: walking, see a nice tree, take your swing out, put it in the tree, sit and swing, and when you want to walk further you just have to ta...
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Wed, 7 Jan 2015 10:43:50 PST
Swing - More DIY How To Projects]]> AlexandreL2 What else to do on a sunny day.It is the perfect excuse to make and swing a swing!Let's get started shall we ? Materials All you need is this :Some jute to make jute cordsA cord that is long enough , 20m will be enough.A sharp knive2 metal hooksA needleSome thread The Idea.. The idea was to we...
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Wed, 7 Jan 2015 00:55:08 PST
Swing on the go
Swing on the go - More DIY How To Projects]]> Markanthony31 As an assignment for school we had to create a swing easy to make and easy to carry. Here a couple of pictures from the swing with the whole process how to make it.Materials needed for the swing::- PVC – tube diameter 110mm- 2 sets of ropes 7,5m long 10mm in diameter- Trip...
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Mon, 5 Jan 2015 15:53:58 PST
Cancun Airport to Resorts
Cancun Airport to Resorts - More DIY How To Projects]]> jprussack Welcome to Mexico!How to for avoiding the aggressive cabbies of Cancun...The initial excitement of landing and passing through customs is followed by the onslaught of cab drivers aiming to fleece travelers who typically look to travel only 5-15 miles from the airport. On a recent trip to Cancun I w...
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Mon, 15 Dec 2014 11:38:00 PST
How I Spent $6.79 on Gas in One Semester
How I Spent $6.79 on Gas in One Semester - More DIY How To Projects]]> masterbuilder One of the banes of transportation is the price of gasoline. It really puts a damper on things when nearly 6-8 hours of hard work is squandered away in the tank of a 5400cc machine. The gas prices are especially rough if you are a college student with limited income.I am currently a freshman at Brig...
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Sun, 14 Dec 2014 13:34:57 PST
BACKPACKING: WHAT TO BRING - More DIY How To Projects]]> abeaule Backpacking across different regions of the world is increasingly popular. If it's for a few weeks or a few months, preparing for such a trip can be confusing and stressful. Here are a few tips and tricks that will help you prepare for your adventures.The information in this Instructable refers to i...
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Sun, 14 Dec 2014 09:29:31 PST
BACKPACK SHOPPING - More DIY How To Projects]]> abeaule Backpacking is a brilliant way to travel ! With your home on your back you are ready to walk around the world and live the most amazing experiences. I've travelled a fair bit myself and I can guaranty you, the wrong bag can make the most amazing trip, well.... a pain in the back ! With the amount o...
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Sat, 6 Dec 2014 14:31:34 PST
Floating Candle
Floating Candle - More DIY How To Projects]]> tizxv Turn a cup into a beautiful candle with this instructable. Make a kit for later use or for a quick gift. Why not? It's so easy to make! Materials For this candle, you will need:RocksVegetable oilCandleHighlighterGlass cupPlastic protection sheet Cut Your Plastic Cut your plastic protection she...
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Wed, 26 Nov 2014 08:41:15 PST
Putting A Heated Floor In A Bus (part 1)
Putting A Heated Floor In A Bus (part 1) - More DIY How To Projects]]> rovingcraftshop I HATE being cold. I hate the thought of being cold. I hate getting out of bed on a cold winter morning to step on a cold floor. Even carpet can't really take the cold out of a cold floor. The most it can do is attempt to mask the cold and it doesn't do a good job of that.So I decided to install...
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Sun, 23 Nov 2014 10:49:16 PST
How To Make A Travel Board Game
How To Make A Travel Board Game - More DIY How To Projects]]> Polarbears106 This is a mini travel board game for 2 players! I had previously made this before I made this tutorial so not every step will be shown. Supplies 1. Altoids tin2. 2 index cards3. Different colored markers or pens4. At least 2 mini circle magnets5. Dice6. Nail polish or non washable paint7. Chalk...
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Mon, 10 Nov 2014 09:15:36 PST
Parts Cup Dispenser
Parts Cup Dispenser - More DIY How To Projects]]> carl5blum I was always looking for something to put screws and nuts in when I was working on projects. I had started saving the cups from Jell-O Pudding and had quite a few. So I wanted a dispenser to keep them tidy. So here is a real easy project with just 4 or 5 parts. Gathering the Cups So start buying ...
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Sat, 1 Nov 2014 20:45:09 PDT
Make A Family Travel Binder
Make A Family Travel Binder - More DIY How To Projects]]> JH603 We like to travel; the trouble is, making plans ahead of time, and keeping everything together. This little binder project is easy enough to keep everything together on a trip, or handy for day trips. In a pinch, it wedges in neatly between the passenger seat and the center console on most cars, m...
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Tue, 21 Oct 2014 08:26:22 PDT
Moving In the Winter? Check These 4 Essentials!
Moving In the Winter? Check These 4 Essentials! - More DIY How To Projects]]> MovingExperience Whenever and wherever you move, you have to know about all the issues that can come out during the move. And of course this will mean absolutely nothing if you don't have an idea how to prevent them. Accidents may occur. Injuries are a part of the moving process, after all - you're moving heavy thin...
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Sun, 28 Sep 2014 13:20:09 PDT
Updated Glovebox First Aid and Sewing Kit
Updated Glovebox First Aid and Sewing Kit - More DIY How To Projects]]> lax0131 This is an ergonomically and practical First Aid and Sewing kit practical for any glovebox or backpack. It contains everything you need for repairing clothing or to address a cut. This is an update from a previous instructable but is Gather First Aid Materials Gather Your Materials: -(3) Small ...
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Mon, 22 Sep 2014 16:54:43 PDT
Travel _Magician_ Useful posts related to living the nomadic lifestyle. As I am a traveling entertainer myself, I find these very helpful. Living in your Truck For those that cannot afford constant hotels, having a space to call your own is a must. Mitigate the Mugging Always good to be proactive. Road Trip L...
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Sun, 21 Sep 2014 17:08:24 PDT
Hand-made walking stick/crook
Hand-made walking stick/crook - More DIY How To Projects]]> rosemarybeetle I was inspired to write this one up by the HAND TOOLS ONLY contest. I've cut (and lost) a fair few sticks for foraging, walking and generally usefulness, but this one is the first one I've got anywhere near perfection. It's hand-made with hand tools and it is a versatile and robust hand tool in itse...
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Fri, 19 Sep 2014 16:44:10 PDT
Pickup organizer
Pickup organizer - More DIY How To Projects]]> ayrdog I consider my pickup bed my large glove box. There is nothing worse than putting something in the back of your pickup and the first stop it slides to the front or on a turn it flies across the bed. Especially can of gas or BBQ LP tank. Most know that if you cut a 2x6 the right length it fits in the ...
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Mon, 15 Sep 2014 18:07:50 PDT
Scratch-Off Globe
Scratch-Off Globe - More DIY How To Projects]]> LD_P I love travelling, and I've been fortunate enough to see a fair few countries in my life. However, as any sufferer of wanderlust will know, seeing a few only makes one want to see more - there's a whole world out there just waiting to be explored! Inspired by the method craftknowitall used to make t...
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Sun, 14 Sep 2014 14:57:34 PDT
Pay Parking Ticket Holder from a Credit Card
Pay Parking Ticket Holder from a Credit Card - More DIY How To Projects]]> potterboy I know pay paying system varies some what, depending on where you are in the world; but this is a great little project if you're using pay parking that requires you to display your purchased ticket in clear view, i.e. on the dash board of your car. Besides displaying your ticket clearly against the ...
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Wed, 10 Sep 2014 21:59:29 PDT
Win big on The Price is Right
Win big on The Price is Right - More DIY How To Projects]]> wardf1 For many game show buffs, the Holy Grail of game shows is The Price is Right. Getting to sit in the audience is akin to sitting in the presence of royalty. Getting on the show and winning a prize, however, is the real goal.List of equipment/materials:- Computer with internet access and printing capa...
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Tue, 9 Sep 2014 06:47:38 PDT
camper van table
camper van table - More DIY How To Projects]]> cv1284 removable table for T4 VW camper van project Size it up & cut Now I don't have a picture of before. but this the very technical method we used to decided how big we wanted the table.First we had already acquired the base and stand so we put the stand roughly where we wanted it, took the blue fold...
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Fri, 29 Aug 2014 08:21:12 PDT
Camper Van Thermal Window blinds
Camper Van Thermal Window blinds - More DIY How To Projects]]> cv1284 home made, budget thermal blinds for our VW T4 SWB camper van project. I checked on eBay and other online shops to find a set for a T4. and the price tags were unreal. £50+ so I set about making our own.originally I was thinking a sheet of emergency blanket type thing but found some loft insulation ...
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Fri, 29 Aug 2014 07:50:03 PDT
Travel GarryDaynp How to Travel Holiday Travel Travel Bird Travel shrine Traveling Map Traveling Video Blog Travel Card Make your own Teepee
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Thu, 17 Jul 2014 02:37:58 PDT
How to Pack Clothes for Traveling
How to Pack Clothes for Traveling - More DIY How To Projects]]> Von Malegowski When traveling it's important to pack efficiently, organized and smart. The method I show in this video is rolling the clothing into a tight bundle that makes them very compact. Rolling your clothes is a great way to prevent wrinkles and conserve space. When you roll clothing you can fit more than y...
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Tue, 24 Jun 2014 10:52:51 PDT
70th anniversary of the World War Two's Normandy Landings (infographic)
70th anniversary of the World War Two's Normandy Landings (infographic) - More DIY How To Projects]]> whitenwrite This year we are celebrating the 70th anniversary of WW2, as part of this we have looked at the famous Normandy beach landings and the types of sites that exist in Normandy to commemorate this day. Each step takes you through the battlefields, the cemeteries and the museums where you can go and see ...
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Thu, 5 Jun 2014 13:36:36 PDT
Franny's Luggage Tags for Kids
Franny's Luggage Tags for Kids - More DIY How To Projects]]> ekelkar Before my first plane trip, my grandmother Franny made yarn pom poms for my bags. When my luggage arrived on the carousel, it was easy to spot. My daughter is working at Girl Scout resident camp this summer, and I am helping at day camp. We thought our campers would enjoy decorating their bags wit...
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Mon, 26 May 2014 16:33:34 PDT
NFC Luggage ID Tag
NFC Luggage ID Tag - More DIY How To Projects]]> loomis42 My previous luggage fell victim to the stress of travel and I found myself needing a new set. Knowing full well the new set would some day break down, I went with whatever I could find on sale. This landed me at my local wholesale club picking up a sleek, "hard shell" style set. The new bags complet...
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Sat, 3 May 2014 16:34:06 PDT
How to settle more quickly & healthily in a new place when you're on the road HeyMiyuki Miyuki is a resident of the place where circles overlap. As a queer, multi-racial/lingual female mixed-media artist, she is happiest when working with people who embrace intersectionality and creativity. After graduating from Swarthmore College in 2012, she received the Watson Fellowship to travel t...
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Tue, 29 Apr 2014 17:37:28 PDT
Car Back-up Camera Sun Shade
Car Back-up Camera Sun Shade - More DIY How To Projects]]> bgerens I find the back-up camera in my car very useful, except when the sun's glare wipes out the image. This seems to happen all too often when I am ready to back out of my driveway. I decided a sunshade was in order and I made it at the Techshop, San Jose,CA, Draw the Shade After ta...
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Fri, 25 Apr 2014 11:00:34 PDT
How to make a Travel Journal
How to make a Travel Journal - More DIY How To Projects]]> emilyjmaloney A travel journal is a great way to preserve your vacation memories. It is unique and a great personal "souvenir" of your trips. Journals allow you to remember the little things that you may forget years down the road, and you can almost feel like you are right there on your experience again! In this...
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Tue, 22 Apr 2014 13:44:08 PDT
pocket drafting kit
pocket drafting kit - More DIY How To Projects]]> foobear Have you always got a little notebook in your back pocket, like I do?   Do you wish you had a miniature drafting kit to go with it?   Of course you do!  Who wouldn't!?  Well, here it is! materials xacto knife cnc cutter and make the cut software thin cardboard - such as from the side o...
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Fri, 11 Apr 2014 14:33:39 PDT
Backpack Insert
Backpack Insert - More DIY How To Projects]]> foobear Every backpack I've ever owned, I often find myself thinking:  "There's not enough pockets in here".  Ikea taught me one important lesson.  If there is a specific place to put something, it will get put away.  I found this out after I bought a bunch of drawer dividers from them a few years back.  O...
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Thu, 10 Apr 2014 15:47:21 PDT
What To Do When Bored In A Car At Night
What To Do When Bored In A Car At Night - More DIY How To Projects]]> Fury_Blade321 Games Get video games but it dos not last long Have A Note Pad Have a note pad for drawing and stuff like that Tell Others Make things like this to tell others about what to do when on a long car ride
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Wed, 2 Apr 2014 11:08:03 PDT
How to Survive a Long Train Journey
How to Survive a Long Train Journey - More DIY How To Projects]]> traintraveller If you’ve got a long journey ahead of you trains are often the among the cheapest and most convenient ways of doing it. Rather than resigning yourself to a lengthy road trip or adding to your carbon footprint by making short distance flights, you can use the train as a chance to catch up on work, or...
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Fri, 28 Mar 2014 08:15:07 PDT
Road Case
Road Case - More DIY How To Projects]]> techshop_android Purpose: Construct sturdy, durable cases at custom dimensions to protect your gear and equipment while on the road. All materials were purchased at and assembled at TechShop. Getting Set Up There are two options when purchasing plywood to make your case.  You may either buy ...
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Thu, 20 Mar 2014 15:03:09 PDT
Wash and Wear gym bags
Wash and Wear gym bags - More DIY How To Projects]]> Lizzy8 Handy organization of your gym bag or when traveling Refrigerator Bags Start with an simple refrigerator bag (I bought mine at Ikea, the biggest one they have are 6 liters) and tape the sides for extra support and you have a perfect organization of your gym bag, but also very handy for travelin...
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Wed, 5 Mar 2014 02:40:31 PST