Despite having so much to say about our most recent trip, I have been unusually quiet: this is for one reason. Because we returned to a laptop with minimum keyboard function. Typing a blog without most of the numbers and half of the letters actually working is, unsurprisingly, incredibly frustrating! We’ve had to buy an … More Scotland: moody, brooding and bleak, but undeniably beautiful.
Dawdling away from Skye’s famous fairy pools, bitterly disapointed having been unable to wild swim due to being feasted upon by what seemed to be a convergance of the entire island’s midgey population, I turned to Adam. “When did holidays stop being about rest and relaxation and food and start being about going and doing … More When you became a traveller
Day 1 of camping in Scotland and we’ve already had to cave and book a hotel room. Wind weather warnings + torrential rain + Glen Coe are not a wise mix!! As you can see: We’ve already seen a caravan smashed to smitheries, presumably having been blown off the road! Thankfully everyone seemed fine and … More A change of plan already!
Despite over six months, about 200 Word documents pages, and innumerable websites worth of planning, we have finally made the ‘mature’, but gutting decision to cancel our California trip. At a time when we should be searching for and booking cheap flights to LAX, we are instead hunting down the best mortgages and despite having come into … More A Sacrifice, a Loss and a Plan at Last
Sitting in my lounge this afternoon, watching a rerun of ‘Jon Richardson Grows Up’ on All 4, I had an epiphany. One that I touched upon in my very first post in my Background section: I have a major conflict of identity. And that- I believe- is something that contributes to my mental health issues. … More “When I discover who I am, I’ll be free”
It’s taken me a while to build to a point of being able to write this, as the fallout from Britain’s EU referendum continues to unfurl. Waking up last Friday, as one of the 48%, was a sad affair, brightened slightly by the fact that I was on holiday, and surrounded by like-minded socialists. A … More Answers on a Postcard?
It’s June and the season is well and truly upon us. The first weekend of June we enjoyed a wonderful break in Scotland, then we nipped across Lancashire and we wrapped things up with a trip to Leicester. Three ceremonies in just over two weeks! It’s a good job that I love a good wedding! All three were … More Wedding Season
With things up in the air at the moment with a member of our tremendous trio, I’ve been spending more time looking at mine and Adam’s 18-months around Asia and Australasia than focusing on our month-long adventure in Western USA this time next year. But, after a friend who’s looking to fly down from Canada … More California Dreaming
As you may have read, in recent weeks we’ve had the pleasure of a trip to beautiful Glasgow and Edinburgh. Here are some of the photos I took of the beautiful capital in the eve of the nuptials:
… for my every growing list! So far, my list includes: travel blogger or author, travel photographer, wildlife photographer, open my own shop, selling up cycled furniture/craft items, And now I also would love to do music photography. It’s one of the reasons I’ve always loved going to festivals (particularly those without arenas). Whilst at … More Another ‘Dream Job’