Let us now see the daily life in the camp. A typical argument is that of eating. Who can also carry the gas from the field, must take account of some details. Meanwhile, the burner must be equipped with a small screen around the flame, so that the slightest breath of wind would undermine its integrity. Another aspect to consider is the material they are made of the pots: absolutely not take the dishes in aluminum, as quickly begin to lose metal, with black cutlery and other things. I will not quibble on the alleged toxicity of aluminum ingested, but it certainly is not healthy! So even though they cost a little more and are harder to find, are preferable to steel kitchenware. Still on the subject of eating, I suggest you keep with you the envelopes of pre-cooked food (usually keep the rice ready, those cooked in 10 minutes) are the lifeline when you arrive in camp late, and everything is already closed! Another tip, this time for breakfast is to bring a giant jar of Nutella (the mythical …): lasts for many lunches, never fails, and eventually save a lot ‘compared to the packaging of biscuits buy on the spot, as it will only need to buy the excellent and cheap fresh bread!
When you’re around for many days, usually after a week you have to wash something, unless you go around as many foreigners I have met (the filthiest in general are the Germans!). After years of testing, we finally decided that the best soap for the washing liquid is compared to the traditional soap of Marseille: it is more convenient to use and, if used wisely, lasts longer (assuming a small container, ie bike!). Also with regard to washing, then the problem arises of how to hang out the laundry washed without dropping it after 30 seconds that was lovingly hung out to dry. There are three solutions: the first is to draw a double line, slotting between a wire and the other clothes, but you must have a very long thread. Or, you can route the wire inside the clothes that is to hang a shirt you run the wire inside the sleeves that you cannot fall to the ground! But the clothes often find themselves crowded into the center of the wire, crumpled and, above all, no one knows how to hang clothes without holes (like socks or towels). Then, comes into play the third and final chance, a genius found my girl, that is, to use the classic hairpins as a kind of pegs: take the clothes to stop any kind of wind, and take up very little space.
Finally, I give some advice on swimming. Meanwhile, as you can imagine, the hours are the busiest in the early morning: usually in camp life begins very early, around 8, and the “traffic” there is more around 8:30 / 9. Therefore, you should go to the bathroom outside of this time (about departures intelligent “…). Now I’m talking about two very precious advice he gave me some ‘years ago a dear friend of mine, great traveler. Both concern a specific “act” very embarrassing to be treated, but since I’m valuable advice, I win my shyness and talk too! The first lays the groundwork for the second. En route, they often suffer from constipation and after a while ‘days really becomes a source of discomfort: the best laxative of all, without having to resort to drugs, is the Mac Donald’s! We have seen, and now it is proved that after a couple of meals from the gut starts to turn Mac, and if you go to eat at least once a day, regularity is guaranteed! Try it!
After placing certain “bases” should “exploit” in full! We often make the real European-style stunts to defecate in water without touching anything, producing absurd positions and tired. The advice I give is to make the “Turkish” on the classic water, putting squatting on the edge of the cup (I’ll explain: go up over the cup, and then you squat “Turkish”): this ensures a relaxed position that you can keep for as long as you like without fear of cramping or soreness different!