Exploring up and down the cobbled hill-town of Frigiliana, Spain.
It wasn’t raining but they were just shy.
While trekking through the jungle we had to cross many fast flowing rivers, fortunately we made it across this one without getting too wet!
Trekking through the jungle in Northern Thailand, looking out over to the mountains where our guide was born in Burma.
Elephant Trekking in Northern Thailand
A butterfly farm near Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Going on a trek was one of the things I wanted to do most when in Thailand. From the Northern city of Chiang Mai many are available varying in duration, […]
#1 Karen Village This is a hill-tribe in the Northern part of Thailand, close to the Burmese border. When we arrived in Chiang Mai we were able to book a […]
Hiking along the ridge.
On top of the Pennines, an amazing viewpoint.
The lunar landscape of El Torcal, Andalucia.
You never know what lies beyond the wall so just keep exploring.
It is without doubt that Fiennes is the greatest living explorer and adventurer. He has conquered many expeditions taking him across the world, many times over. It therefore almost goes […]
Wild-camping nestled in the hills.
The sun was shining through the windows of my kitchen, Wimbledon was on in the background and my girlfriend Alice and I were sat down with a lovely cup of […]
Dry-Stone Wall in the Peak District with the town of Edale in the background.
A lone walker on a cliff in the Peak District, taken during last nights Micro-Adventure through Edale and Hope.
PROS: Waterproof, Breathable, Flawless design, Value for money. CONS: In high demand, so can go out of stock fast on Alpkit.com My Hunka bivvy bag was the first bit of […]
A few weeks ago my girlfriend Alice and I were in the mood to go on a micro-adventure. This was partly because we had both had so much fun on […]
Surprisingly after our second night out in a row in Prague we woke feeling really good. We even managed to go down and have some of the all you can […]
Last summer Tom and I cycled our way around Europe, giving ourselves a month to cycle 3000 kilometres through eight of its’ countries. It was one of the best trips […]
Sunshine, cloudless, and loads of time to kill. With no plans we decided it would be a great idea to go for a hike. Luckily I live in the Peak […]
As promised in my last post. Here is the review of the Campingaz Twister Plus. On previous cycle tours that I have been on I made do without a stove. […]
A few days ago, on twitter, I saw an advertisement for a job opportunity which I really liked the sound of. The job is to be a ‘Student Representative’ for […]
I first became aware of micro-adventures a few months ago and immediately loved the idea. After watching many of Alastair Humphrey’s videos, I was hooked and couldn’t wait to go […]
Sri Lanka is also known as the Pearl of the Indian Ocean. From my recent trip there I can certainly see why. I flew out for two weeks of being […]
Long gone are the days when you have to navigate over terrain and across countries using maps and a compass. With a wealth of online tools available ranging from OSM […]