I always take a week off in between jobs, and call it the Week of Freedom. Then I usually spend my notice period writing up a HUGE to-do list, part errands, part feel-good things to do. I also always try to get away to somewhere special, even just a few days, to clear my head and mark the occasion. This time we headed to the Faroe Islands. Read on »
They always say that solo hiking isn’t for everyone. Now that I’ve done it, I understand why… but I also know that it’s definitely one hundred percent for me!
When Dan signed up for a reverse five ferry challenge starting from Wemys Bay and ending at Brodick, the main city on the Isle of Arran, I knew it was the perfect excuse for me to go do a whole day of walking. I’ve never been to the island before and I never went off on my own either, so it just made sense to spend the day with some recreational hiking. Read on »
The best part of this Oz trip was undoubtedly going out into the mountains… after that, I never wanted to come back! These last three days were the most spectacular and relaxing out of the two weeks I spent over there, wedged right at the end of my time there. Melbourne, Canberra, and the one night in Sydney was all go go go, but as soon as we arrived in Wentworth Falls, I knew it was time to unwind. Read on »