The Dolomites are mountains that I didn’t know existed until I saw a picture on social media and instantly fell in love with them. They are a mountain range in the very north of Italy known for their incredibly sheer sides and the dolomite rock they are made up of. For this reason they are … More Storm on The Dolomites
Walking always makes up part of our adventure and while Greenland was predominantly a kayaking trip, we also planned a 3 day trek to see the amazing Qooroq glacier that fills the fjords with icebergs in the area we’d been paddling over the past four days. This plan was soon put to bed when we were … More Why we failed at finding the glacier.
We chose Oeschinensee lake in Switzerland as the location for our second walk on our trip to Europe. When prepping this trip I wanted to do a proper walk on the Swiss side of Mont Blanc, but while researching the area I couldn’t help but fall in love with the views of the lake and … More Oeschinensee lake
We had planned on doing 3 walks around the Alps and this was the first on our list. We would be travelling and living in the van for 7 days and Milly was coming with us! Our goal was walking in the area of Mont Blanc so we bought a book called Mont Blank walks … More Mont Vorassay
Having spent a fair bit of time researching trekking on the volcanoes of Guatemala, and reading other travellers experiences we concluded that we’d hire a guide. It was apparent in what we read that it wasn’t particularly safe to go walking alone, with high instances of robbery, and not knowing the public land from the … More Volcano Fuego
Today we set off on an 18km walk, I will tell you about that later, but first let me give you some background. We love exploring the area local to Puerto de Mazarron, we are lucky enough to have access to an apartment there sometimes, so we love to come and spend our free time … More Cueva Neptuno
There was something special about coming back to walk in Scotland after almost a year I officially left the Highlands and went down to warmer areas, but there was also a bitter feeling as Pata couldn’t come with me on this adventure as she had to go uni and the chances to get to the … More Scotland, where you won’t have to hide your camper.
It was Christmas day and unfortunately Daisy couldn’t come with me this time as she stayed in UK visiting her family. The Big celebration day was over so with a full tummy I headed to bed very early on Christmas eve to be fresh and ready for the walk next day. I wanted to find and … More Peñalara