People are always caught up in the never ending search for convenience — the endless pursuit of making our lives easier and less tiresome. That’s why we now enjoy some of the most incredible innovations such as online shopping, instant messaging, smartphones and, yes… even convenience stores.
Now, if you’re one of the countless Filipinos who regularly brave the daily commute, finding ways to make traveling from point A to point B less of a hassle is most certainly a welcome thing.
And since we’re on the topic of convenience, you’ve probably already heard of this little thing called the BEEP CARD.
Optimism is a wonderful thing. Just like us Filipinos, it is also an intrinsic American value. It is a spirit open to anyone and everyone willing to try. What characterizes America’s past and how it looks to the future is the unshakable belief that anything is possible.
Beringer, for its part, is an iconic American brand — not just a name on a bottle. It is much more than just a winery. It is an authentic brand filled with the spirit of American optimism, of hope and dedication. Confidence and perseverance. It is consistent, trusted and respected, both forward looking and extremely proud of its evolving legacy.
I love to travel. It’s just one of those things that I truly look forward to, whether the journey is near or far.
The past few years have been especially good to me in terms of travel and adventure. I’ve been blessed to have had the opportunity to see new places far and wide — and I continue to enjoy these wonderful escapes which I happily share and recount to all my readers through my blog.
One thing that sometimes becomes a difficulty when going on a trip, which I’m sure frequent travelers would agree to, is carrying a ton of items and clothes. But it only becomes a burden when one chooses the wrong kind of bag to use.
I love bags that can carry a whole lot of stuff yet can be brought along with ease and comfort. Normally, I’d go for a backpack since it frees up both my hands to do other things. But during trips that require me to be away longer, a regular backpack wouldn’t suffice. During these instances, I normally depend on a trolley or a duffel bag. But, trolleys, especially the bigger ones, usually need checking-in, while duffel bags are a strain on the shoulders and hands after long periods of carrying.
Thankfully, I found the answer not too long ago.
It’s called the Venque Duffel Pack 1.0.