Found a Yurt

Do you ever find you hop off the train in a city centre and end up stumbling into a yurt? Well that's usually what tends to happen in Bristol. As soon as you hop off out of Bristol Temple Meads there's a little yurt, funnily enough it's called Yurt Lush. It's everything you want from... Continue Reading →

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The most Northern journey yet…

So myself and Craig had a family thing we needed to come up to Scotland for, me not knowing where I was going took the challenge of driving the second leg of the journey (whilst also learning computer sat nav responds quicker than human sat nav). I got the chance to drive through some snow... Continue Reading →

Go ape with a pro!

I got a new camera!! I finally caved and treated myself to a GoPro! Conveniently I picked it up the night before a day trip to Go Ape in the Forest of Dean with some friends (otherwise known as the Wireless Crew - not a technology related Crew) After having a 5 minute play with... Continue Reading →

Tree-full of lights

Bit late posting but myself and Craig visited the Enchanted Christmas trail at Westonbirt Arboretum as part of our annual Christmas adventuring. Of course we picked the coldest night to go and wonder around the outdoors for a night but we loved it! It was odd wondering around in the dark with the only light... Continue Reading →

Carnival time!

So on Friday evening myself and some friends decided to see the carnival in Weston. After a long journey down the M5 (via the M4 towards London 🙈) we got food and walked over to see the floats. We only missed around 12 floats but saw over 70 floats overall, if only we could book... Continue Reading →

The end of a long awaited adventure

Here we are, it's the final full day of the Iceland adventure (4:30am departure from the hotel tomorrow). Today's been about reflection, final exploration of Reyjakvik and souviner shopping.  There's a few things I've learnt about myself during this adventure which will impact my life when I'm home; I'm not very good at being a... Continue Reading →

South Shore

So today's tour has been the South Shore. Being the half-awake human that I have been recently I didn't exactly know what to expect from the tour today, after a impromptu nap on the coach we visited one of the waterfalls before moving onto a glacier (first coldest thing I have seen in Iceland the... Continue Reading →

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