Articles Tagged ‘design’

The 2 in 1 Lantern Glows and Grows

The 2 in 1 Lantern Glows and Grows May 16, 2011 | Travel News | Read More
Twenty-four-hours barely feels like enough enough hours in a day for a normal schedule, let alone the time constraints of a traveler. Although we are wary of kitschy travel inventions that are supposed to “save us time” but really only waste our money, there are a few design-savvy gems out...

Hostels to Suit Any Type of Traveler

Hostels to Suit Any Type of Traveler April 14, 2011 | Travel News | Read More
This post was written for NileGuide by our friends at¬†hostelbookers.com. Check them out for tons of hostel reviews and free booking! Hostels are no longer the down and out lodgings of strapped-for-cash backpackers that they once were. Yes, they are still cheap but the industry has become incredible¬†competitive¬†–...

Dutch Architects Draw Up Smart Plans for Hong Kong to China Drivers

Dutch Architects Draw Up Smart Plans for Hong Kong to China Drivers June 25, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Perhaps the greatest debate, as heated now as it was at the birth of the industrial age, is the conflict between left and right. And we don’t mean politics! We mean the great international debate between driving on the left side of the road versus driving on the right side of the road. For travelers...

Shape-Shifting Battery to Reduce Waste?

Shape-Shifting Battery to Reduce Waste? May 21, 2010 | Gear Guide, Travel News | Read More
One battery to rule them all. Web magazine, Yanko Design, is showcasing a design by Pyeong Joo Goh, Jong Seung Choi, and Ji Soo Hong for a battery that can transform between AA, C, and D sizes. It’s called the A to D Battery and it uses memory foam to squish to the desired size. At the core...