The Malverns, England

For the past ten months, I have seen the Malverns from a far every day. The farm I am currently working and living on, is just over ten miles from the Malverns. In the middle of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and a small part of North Gloucestershire, this range of hills has an amazing view that stretches... Continue Reading →

Raking in the harvest

Something I never envisioned myself doing before I left the UK, was working on a farm. I've always been interested and lived around that sort of thing but had never really got my hands dirty. I'm pretty much willing to give anything a try, so when the opportunity came to work on a farm, I... Continue Reading →

The Devils Marbles

Whilst road tripping through the centre of Australia, we stopped for camp at the Devils Marbles. Since I decided I wanted to travel to Australia, I've always wanted to see the Marbles but I was never sure on the logistics of how to do it. I looked into doing a tour or getting a coach... Continue Reading →

Bath Christmas markets

One of my favourite places to visit whilst being home has always been Bath. Only a twenty minute drive from Bristol, a last minute plan to visit the Christmas markets was definitely a good one.After being home and getting straight back into work, we were in need of a bit of Christmas. We are currently... Continue Reading →

Bristol Vintage kilo sale

Okay so being home isn’t that bad... The autumnal build up to Christmas is my favourite time of year, so it’s nice to be home for it. It’s lovely creeping into winter when being chilly is a novelty that hasn’t worn off yet. Of course the approach to Christmas comes with a lot of shopping,... Continue Reading →

Chiang Mai Sunday night market

This market is not for the claustrophobic or the enochlophobic. Once you step into the crowd, it’s like being caught in a current. You just have to travel with the crowd and go with the flow. If you want to look stop, step well over to the side, otherwise you’ll probably get trodden on. Penetrating... Continue Reading →

Pai Canyon

I love Pai! I came to here two years ago whilst on a tour but only stayed for a few days. It was during rainy season back then, so it’s great to see Pai in the sunlight and not have to carry an umbrella. A quiet mountain town, Pai definitely has its own feel and... Continue Reading →

Monkey Forest, Ubud

Let's be honest, you can't go to Bali with out visiting Ubud. A strong statement yes, but it's a justified one! One of my must-see attractions in Ubud is the Monkey Forest. The entry fee is 50,000rp and it takes around half an hour to walk around the whole forest. I like monkeys but they... Continue Reading →

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