Getting outdoors, going on adventures, travelling the world, I can not think of anything more satisfying, for the mind and the body.
This page contains posts on local adventures I’ve taken, advice for getting outdoors and travel tips from countries I’ve been to.
I love an adventure, but as someone a little overweight and lacking in confidence, going on adventures doesn’t always come naturally to me.
Here are my tips and advice to getting out and about.
I understand this may not be a problem that everyone is experiencing right now, but for me, it’s very real. As a nurse I’ve workedContinue reading “5 things to do when you love going on adventures, but you’re just not in the mood”
I love adventures. I love reading adventure blogs. I love watching tv shows and films about travelling and expeditions. I follow people on social mediaContinue reading “The 6 excuses that stop me from going on adventures (and how I’m going to ignore them)”
Living in Devon I am lucky enough to have some of the best of the British landscapes on my doorstep, from Dartmoor to the South West Coast Path.
For updates on what I’ve been up to locally please check out the blogs below.
So far I’ve been to just 18 countries, but I cannot wait to visit more.
The world is such an amazing place; educational, eye opening, beautiful- here are my travel tips for some of the countries I have visited.
Ever since I was a little girl, I have wanted to go to Shetland. My grandmother was born in Lerwick and we can trace herContinue reading “Shetland: 5 things to know before you go”
I get asked a lot of questions when I tell people we went to Iceland for our holiday, the top one is definitely, is IcelandContinue reading “Is Iceland expensive? (and answers to other questions)”
The Aurora Borealis, this amazing natural wonder of the world, a must on most people’s bucket lists, has been at the top of mine forContinue reading “My 8 top tips for seeing the Aurora Borealis.”