A walk along the North Wales coast to look down on Llandudno Bay.
Walking in Coed Llangwyfan, North Wales.
A visit to Attingham Park, Shrewsbury
As National Trust re-open their doors, Bodnant Gardens is one of their perfectly kept gardens doing just that. But make sure you book online before you go! This is somewhere which I've wanted to go for such a long time. It's so easy to just get absorbed into estate gardens when you walk around them. … Continue reading Bodnant Garden
Wild swimming in the likes of lakes and meres has always been something I've wanted to do. After my failed attempt around this time last year, I've been working on my swimming ever since to try and conquer it. That and getting my body accustomed to being a bit cold! Towards the end of this … Continue reading Wild Swimming in Manley Mere
This years been a bit of a random one. The type that makes you think, how on earth did all of that happen? The year didn't start off great. I'd gone into it wanting to go full steam ahead with downhill racing, but if you've been following my blog that clearly didn't happen. Seriously...I went … Continue reading Round-Up of 2016
If a staycation in London this Christmas is what you're looking for, then make sure you wander down to South Bank Christmas Markets. This time around walking up the steps from the tube, we were walking into crowds of people with Big Ben dominating the landscape in the background. We were back in central London … Continue reading London at Christmas Part 2: Southbank
Walking out of South Kensington Station we were confronted by a Lamborghini garage and a Bentley driving past....we were definitely in Chelsea. Uniform buildings three or four floors high with flower boxes on each window. Paved pathways passing the many gates providing access to the six-figure Chelsea houses. Steps up to their painted doors and Christmas wreaths … Continue reading London at Christmas Part 1: Chelsea
Wales Rally GB is a cult classic on the WRC calendar and there's just some things only Wales Rally GB fans will understand. 1.When the valleys start rumbling, early mornings become a necessity rather than a chore. 2.Driving in a train of cars on Welsh A Roads at 6am...it becomes pretty obvious where they're all going. … Continue reading Things Only Wales Rally GB Fans Will Understand…
I finally got round to doing my second Park Run this morning and this time it was my local run at Erddig. Walking round to the start in front of Erddig Hall to join the large group of runners (with some four-legged friends in the mix too), there was a distinct difference to the Hall … Continue reading Erddig Park Run