As you probably know by now, Team Ethnotek experiences some pretty gnarly and incredible (mis)adventures. Most recently, one of Team Ethnotek's Tribe Scribes traveled with her Raja Pack to the Czech Republic and Holland on a journey to make new friends and keep the old. And let me tell you, new friends were made and old friends were enjoyed over a conversation and some kava (that's 'coffee' in Czech for those of you non-native Czech linguists). From the City of 100 Spires (Prague) to a quaint fairytale town (Český Krumlov) to a land full of gorgeous canals, super-cyclists and tulips (Amsterdam), this Raja Pack soaked in as much Euro spirit and adventure it could. While in the Czech Republic, the Raja Pack sported its Printed-Ghana 6 THREAD, but for Amsterdam it took a change of pace donning its one-of-a-kind Peruvian THREAD, sourced while on a recent trip to the Amaru Village in the Pisac District of Peru.
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Naomi, wanderlust-filled adventurer and writer of Anywhere but home, is on the move. Presently, Naomi has hopped on the Trans-Siberian Railway and is making her way through China, Mongolia, and Russia on a 6 to 12 month sojourn (I know, we're a lot jealous too!) And, to make her journey even sweeter, she picked up the Indonesia 5 Raja Pack, to carry her life in for the next year.
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Like my ETHNOTEK backpack, the messenger bag gets a lot of compliments. So much bigger on the inside than the outside. It swallowed my MacBook and plug, along with two books for the flight. (I don’t own an iPad, but if I did, it would’ve fit perfectly in the separate sleeve.) My iPhone went in one of the front pockets, a small notebook next to it. Pens, pencils, and sonic screwdrivers also found their own slots. Are just a couple comments from The Matador Network's recent review on our new messenger bag.