A unexpectedly lovely day of chasing hang glider pilots around Austria followed by night-time wanderings and really good beer.
A big baby-step yet very adulty thing has happened! Earlier this year I interviewed Miranda Roberts, the President of the Portsmouth University's Kickboxing and MMA Society. We talked about the sport itself but mainly focused on how it has improved her personal safety and other elements of her life. Whilst writing the article, I attended… Continue reading My First Published Article!
This pool was conveniently located just along from our accommodation, Pension am Eschenbach. Coming from the UK I'm not used to pools being really clean and elegantly designed. The Aya Bad was an infinity pool and when you swam in it's cool, clear waters you felt like they would never end. The water was perfectly clean… Continue reading Aya Bad Swimming Pool: Salzburg
On Friday I woke up in Lille, France and fell asleep 600 miles away in Salzburg, Austria. The reason for this mammoth journey is not just your average road trip, I am working as a driver for a group of hang glider pilots! This year, the British nationals are in Sigilo, Italy, and it is… Continue reading New High Score: Five Countries in a Day!
(Hi ho hi ho) and while we're still allowed 🙃 So I'm off on an adventure with little and large!! Meeting the Hang glider Pilots, that I'll be driving for at the Hang gliding Nationals in Tuscany, at Woking station and then we will drive down to Dover. Once there, we will catch the ferry… Continue reading Off to Europe We Go!
I've finally found the focus for my blog! Obviously, it's always been about travel but I've been craving more specificity. Today the penny dropped - while I travel I read and write so much, very specifically to the destination I am in. So now I'm going to share this with you folks. To read more… Continue reading We’re on Facebook!
Cornwall always gives me the sensation of having fallen into Instagram, it's always beautiful, even on gloomy days like the one we woke up to on this particular June morning. But luckily for us, the weatherman was wrong, and what had started out as a miserable morning (which we ironically chose as the best moment to… Continue reading The Best Dinner Spot in Newquay
An exploration of the benefits of running in to the sea like a bloody lunatic.
There is nothing like driving around in Australia to make you realise just how teeny the UK is. But there are some corners of our little country that still feel like the ends of the earth. Cornwall is one of those places. Train/coach travel costs a fortune and driving takes the best part of a… Continue reading The Eden Project and Newquay
Having arrived in Newquay in the evening, we set off dubiously looking for a place to eat. Around 9.30.p.m we stumbled upon Little Italy, halfway between Fistral and Newquay centre. We were welcomed in with smiles and rich smells of garlic. I had the house white which was delicate and well balanced, a wine anyone could… Continue reading Cornwall’s Little Italy