Most of us are travel addicts, and why not, traveling is a necessity just like education. It not just enhances our personal growth but also broadens our intellectual horizons. However, it is important to choose the right place to travel especially in times of climate change.
And there is no debate whatsoever, whether the earth is warming or not. I can literally feel the scorching heat leaving me drenched in sweat, as soon as I step out of my home in the blistering sun. I am sure most of you feel the same, so the site we choose to travel to must offer pleasurable and suitable weather, especially for someone like me who can’t bear the brunt of warm temperature.
One such location which offers pleasant weather is Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. While it may not be on the top of my go-to list, it surely deserves a check-in someday. That’s for me, but if you’re planning a trip to the Kamloops, the Black Box Studio built from shipping containers is a tiny house you can book over Airbnb for a wonderful experience.
The location lies in a large glass garage door overlooking the beautiful rural property offering a riverside view. The structure is divided into two halves. One is the private residential area of the owners while the other is functional as an Airbnb rental. A breezeway connects the studio and the home and acts as a common area for walking or getting into conversations with the host.
The studio is made of shipping containers and comes equipped with a kitchenette featuring all the necessary accessories and appliances required for a living. Once you are done gluttonizing, a warm queen-size bed welcomes with an extra foam topper tailored to allow you a comfortable sleep.
The Black Box Studio has a vathroom with a walk hand titled shower. And if you are a television buff, the Studio offers a 55-inch screen alongside a record player equipped with a vast selection of albums.
There is also a deck area outside for the visitors to enjoy the evening coffee while watching the sun go down on the far side. In addition, there is also a mudslide area for you to grab lunch with the host. In addition to time at the property, guests can also take on the trails in vistas of the South Thompson River. The Black Box studio is bookable at $134 per night.