The land of kings & queens, beer & pubs, fish & chips, and cricket & football (and tennis), the United Kingdom is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. This European sovereign state made up of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales is famous for its dry sense of humour and Harry
Ok, so we are as guilty of anyone of overlooking our own country in the past and dreaming only of far off lands. But strangely the more we travel and the more amazing things we see around the world the more we also realise that our home, the British Isles, isn’t too bad after all!
When we say “Disconnecting” we kind of also mean connecting too, but most importantly we had a weekend away from WIFI, 3G and mobile signal, we disconnected ourselves from the grid of constant connectivity which, although it can be great, seems to have become a symptom of modern life. Constantly staring at one screen or
We recently spent a weekend reconnecting with nature on a camping trip in one of our favourite places to explore: Wales! There just seems to be something about the Welsh mountains that bring us back time after time, the adventures to be had up here are simply spectacular! This time around we had heard of
I have been wanting to do the National Three Peaks for a while. I had been all set to go and do it in April but because of bad weather it got rescheduled for May and landed right in the middle of my assessment for uni. I vowed that I would get to do it, so when Lee
It has been a while since I properly spent some time in Wales (we went back twice last year for a day of bouldering and a quick fire trek up Snowdon for the three peaks.) Not since I was coming to Wales every year with my Grandma and cousins have I spent more than a