April 15, 2018

Challenging My Vertigo At Lion’s Head

With our time in South Africa coming to a close, we were looking for an activity to finish our trip on a high, and hiking the dizzy heights of Lion’s Head was sure fire way to do just this! On our last day in Cape Town, Adam and I agreed we’d head off on one last hike. This smaller section of Table Mountain has been named as such, due to the mountain resembling the shape of Lion. Perhaps you need a bird’s eye view to verify this though! I’d had a little Google beforehand and read some other blog posts […]
August 24, 2017

Exploring Norfolk’s Cycling & Walking Trails

Norfolk is the perfect place for anyone who loves the great outdoors. Fill your days with a wide choice of cycling, hiking, and walking trails, and spend your evenings at one of the many cozy pubs before you do it all again the next day. Read on down to hear more about our hilarious day out on our bikes. I’ve included a few helpful links below for both cycling and walking trails for you too 🙂 Cycling Trails Whether you are a competitive cyclist or someone like me who just enjoys a pootle out on their bike, Norfolk has a […]
August 3, 2017

Path Of The Gods, Amalfi Coast

Italy has some stunning scenery, none more famous than the coastal roads that run along the Amalfi Coast. One of the best tips I was given when visiting, was to head up into the hills above Positano and hike along the Path of The Gods, a ragged cliff top hike, that’ll give you incredible views of the Amalfi Coast and Capri below. We started the hike in the reverse direction that most people would walk due to not having enough time in our schedule, which means we began in the small square by a pastel pink coloured church. There were […]
June 24, 2017

The Five Villages Of Cinque Terre

Located on the north western coast of Italy’s beautiful Tuscan Riviera, Cinque Terre is a group of five old fishing villages that are connected along a stunning coastal path. Cinque Terre translates to ‘Five Lands’ which refers to the five villages which are centuries old – Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. Walking through this little piece of Italian wonderland, it’s no surprise that it was turned into a Unesco World Heritage Site back in 1997. Exploring the villages can feel like you are stepping back in time with the lack of vehicle access, no high end hotels, and no […]