An Adventurous push

“I’d like to repeat the advice that I gave you before, in that I think you really should make a radical change in your lifestyle and begin to boldly do things which you… Continue reading

A brisk, muddy, morning adventure.

Originally posted on The Explorers Home:
There is nothing quite like a jaunt out on a foggy, cold, winters Sunday morning is there? Its absolute bliss seeing the fog out of the bedroom…

An explorers push

This post may be a touch out of the ordinary and I’ve been fighting with myself for days in regards to actually publishing it. My fear of causing offence or upsetting folk has… Continue reading

Micro adventures up north

I took this trip two months ago and am writing completely on memory so please comment with any corrections I may need. I posted a more in depth post on Robin Hoods Bay… Continue reading

Small bike, Big adventures

My first and only adult bike was given to me when I was 19 and living in London for the first time. It came from my grandma who had this bike since she… Continue reading

New Milton, New Forest

Flooding and fallen trees meant our horse riding trip booked early this year was put on hold. We were lucky enough to get squeezed in during the hottest week in the UK so… Continue reading

Geocaching

Geocaching is an international treasure hunt, please watch this lovely little video giving you the know how! “We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures… Continue reading

Geneva, Switzerland

Fights were booked two weeks in advance for £80, 2 folk, no luggage. No research was done. We had no idea what we were doing. Where would the fun be if we did?… Continue reading

Killarney, Kerry. Ireland

After a painfully strange year of almost forgetting what its like to brush sand out of my shoes daily, wash my clothes in the sink at any given chance and pay £10 for… Continue reading

Robin Hoods Bay

My mother spent years in Whitby, North Yorkshire giving birth and bringing up my brother by the sea. She left her life by the north sea and headed in land to Scunthorpe where… Continue reading