Top 5 Essesntials to Carry on a Hike

This week we are lucky enough to be joined by Shawn Michaels - a blogger who loves to write about his outdoor experiences. He is also a passionate rock climber and loves traveling. He is currently studying and spends his free time reading reviews and gear shopping! He regularly blogs at Shawn saw my... Continue Reading →

The Secret to Wild Camping

So what exactly does wild camping mean? The definition of wild camping varies for different people. At its crux wild camping is when you pitch up your tent somewhere vaguely remote with no running water or toilet facilities. In some countries this is a totally normal and legal activity. For example, in Montana USA, folk wild camp almost... Continue Reading →

The Oldest Road in Britain

DAY ONE 'Are you camping in there?' an ominous, husky voice bellowed. 'Yes,' I managed to chirpily sing whilst half asleep. 'You are welcome to be there but have you seen my cattle? They have gone missing,' the farmer inquired. How the conversation ended I am not quiet sure due to the fact that is... Continue Reading →

Zen in Bournemouth

The brisk spring air swept over my rosy checks as my feet sprung off the pavement. To my right was the calm ocean and to my left were carefully coordinated colorful beach huts - each with their own unique touch. Waves washed up the beach bringing music to my ears. The melodic sound of the sea set... Continue Reading →

Guest Blogger

Today I have been lucky enough to be joined by one of my favorite bloggers - London Wlogger. Stu's informative blog provides us with some great walks around London. Showing maps, pictures and explaining local geography and history. I asked him a few questions about hiking around London to get some advice. Here is what he said: Do... Continue Reading →

15,000 Bodies Buried Beneath Borough

Round every street corner in London there is something new to be found. All you need to do is grab a pair of comfortable shoes and roam around the big city. As I meandered down the back streets from Borough tube station to the famous Borough Market I came across one of London's many historical golden nuggets.... Continue Reading →

London Life

While, I'm a sucker for nature and vast open landscapes, London is somewhat pleasing to the eye. These scenes provide us with an alternative nature; a man-made environment, a city where 8 million inhabitants go about their daily lives. The Shard is a 95-storey skyscraper - it is the tallest building in the UK. It has a snazzy... Continue Reading →

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