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Arthur’s Seat: Climbing Edinburgh’s Extinct Volcano

Arthur’s Seat: Climbing Edinburgh’s Extinct Volcano

Arthur’s Seat sits at 251m in height and overlooks the new and old town of Edinburgh, including Edinburgh Castle! The hill is located down the south-east of the city, to the east of the Royal Mile and overlooking Holyrood Park. However, it boasts 360 degree […]

GoPro Hero Session Review & Why it is a Travel Essential

GoPro Hero Session Review & Why it is a Travel Essential

Describe the GoPro HERO Session Camera in three words: compact, lightweight, waterproof! (and cheap in comparison to the other GoPros!) You guys know I love the outdoors, and a lot of my posts cover hillwalking, exploring Scotland and swinging from trees. So after I booked a […]

Exploring the History of New Lanark World Heritage Site

Exploring the History of New Lanark World Heritage Site

NEW LANARK WORLD HERITAGE SITE

After spending quite a bit of the summer travelling to Germany and Croatia, I was finally happy to get back on track and exploring Scotland again. I was kindly invited to explore the New Lanark World Heritage Site and discover the cotton mills and learn about life in the village for those worked and lived their during its prime.

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Kayaking & Cliff Jumping in Split, Croatia

Kayaking & Cliff Jumping in Split, Croatia

One of the many many reasons I loved my trip to Split was because of the various opportunities to take part in some outdoor adventures! From hiking and rock climbing to kayaking and cycling, Split has it all! You guys know I’m an outdoor advocate, […]

8 Reasons Why Split Should Be Your Next European Break

8 Reasons Why Split Should Be Your Next European Break

For years I’ve always wanted to go to Croatia but things have always came up and prevented me from doing so. This year my dream came true, and Split didn’t disappoint. I had researched this town so much in the months leading up to my […]

Discovering the Sights of Bremen

Discovering the Sights of Bremen

We booked Bremen on a whim, trying to make the most of the May bank holiday. We looked on SkyScanner, found the cheapest flight and booked it. And thankfully we had enough Euros left over from Ibiza two years ago that we didn’t need spending money. Bremen is in the North West of Germany, and has plenty of sights easily reachable on foot. The Main Square (Marktplatz) is a hub of tourists, restaurants, historical culture and iconic gothic and renaissance architecture. We spent three days wandering Bremen discovering what this beautiful city had to offer. Spoiler alert: a lot!

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A Beginners Guide to Loch Lomond

A Beginners Guide to Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond. My first true love! If you don’t know, Loch Lomond & Trossachs is a national park in Scotland. However, this post will focus on only one aspect of the park – the water itself, Loch Lomond. Since I was young, we’ve always visited the […]

Doune Castle: Exploring its Famous and Infamous History

Doune Castle: Exploring its Famous and Infamous History

Doune Castle is located just northwest of Stirling and only three miles west of Dunblane. It was built in the fourteenth century by Robert, Duke of Albany who, I learned from my visit, wasn’t afraid to spend some cash. However, Doune Castle’s claim to fame […]

The Devils Pulpit & How to Get There

The Devils Pulpit & How to Get There

I would like to say it was another sunny day that prompted us to try to find The Devil’s Pulpit, but in fact it was cold and rainy when we went. Located just 30 minutes from Glasgow, the pulpit is a hidden gorge just off of the A809 Stockiemuir Road. (more…)

A Weekend Spent Wandering Around the Yorkshire Dales

A Weekend Spent Wandering Around the Yorkshire Dales

Last month I travelled down to the Yorkshire Dales for a long weekend in celebration of yet another family birthday milestone. We stayed in a farmhouse in a little town called Kirky Stephen which is located just at the tip of the dales; we spent […]