We are now a week into the Alaska to Mexico cycle. So far we have averaged 110miles a day, so are rightly feeling a tad tired. However we are […]
It is almost 3 years since this point. Tom and I had just cycled over 3000 kilometres around Europe and were about to hop on to the ferry home. It […]
Exploring up and down the cobbled hill-town of Frigiliana, Spain.
So there haven’t been a huge amount of posts recently and this is the main reason, I have been doing a lot of rowing. A couple of weeks ago I […]
Being dwarfed by the impressive towers of the Grand Palace, Bangkok.
An impressive sunset during a short cycle tour to Durham from Manchester.
The rowers are always up early, come rain or shine. This time it was definitely shining.
The sun setting over the Isis after a lovely sunny rowing session.
An action shot of Wat Arun from the river, Bangkok.
One of the largest, and probably one of the most colourful markets in the world. A maze of roads, people, and colours.
It’s always fun taking different forms of transport while you’re travelling.
So much sky.
So many golden Buddhas around the temple.
Such a great peaceful view of Bangkok at the top of the Golden Mount, although there is quite a few steps up to the top!
It is so much fun to wander about the streets of Chiang Mai at night. Many bargains can be had at the markets too!
He just wanted to say ‘hi’.
It wasn’t raining but they were just shy.
Trekking through the jungle in Northern Thailand, looking out over to the mountains where our guide was born in Burma.
The sun was getting low as we finished our epic journey from Chiang Mai to Koh Samui, one long day of travelling on almost every form of transport.
Mae Haad, Koh Pha Ngan. Definitely one of the best beaches I have visited. The snorkelling is amazing with reef sharks, turtles, and whole shoals of exotic fish! Although I […]
One of my favourite photos of this year, taken at Sunset on Sunset Beach, Koh Pha Ngan, Thailand. Happy New Year!
A view of Alhambra Palace from the Sacromonte gypsy caves.
Intricate carvings inside the palace, Alhambra, Granada
Strong rocks, worn away by the ever-powerful wind.
Nighttime flower market, Bangkok
Democracy Monument, Bangkok
Looking up to the town of Frigiliana, Andalucia.
Elephant Trekking in Northern Thailand
Standing like giants, the impressive limestone of El Torcal.
A butterfly farm near Chiang Mai, Thailand.
When travelling in Thailand I was taken aback by how happy and smiley the nation was. If you give anybody a smile they will smile back and if you are […]
Amazing patterns decorating the inside of Alhambra Palace, Granada.
Not a bad view for a quick break on Mam Tor.
Seeing faces in rocks at El Torcal, Andalucia.
Stone formations in the sea near Grandmother and Grandfather rocks on Koh Samui, Thailand
Hiking along the ridge.
On top of the Pennines, an amazing viewpoint.
The lunar landscape of El Torcal, Andalucia.
As one of the greatest palaces in Europe, steeped in history and artwork, the Alhambra Palace was naturally on my ‘to-do’ list when I visited the Andalucia region last month. […]
Like a game of Jenga, the rock formations at El Torcal, Andalucia.
You never know what lies beyond the wall so just keep exploring.
While in the Andalucia region of Spain last month I visited El Torcal, not your typical destination in southern Spain but certainly one of the most awe-inspiring. When we arrived […]
Amazing sights of stones at El Torcal, Spain.
Pure pain and focus. The amazing class of professional cyclists. And what an exciting tour it has been!
Wild-camping nestled in the hills.
Amazing views from the A628 near Woodhead ready for the Tour de France.
Dry-Stone Wall in the Peak District with the town of Edale in the background.
I woke up early in the morning on Sunday with my brother, ready and raring to cycle the 35 kilometres over to the A628 and the point where we would […]