The gorgeous, Victorian lake is located in Wales on the edge of Snowdonia national park and south of Bala; positioned in the rural, remote Berwyn Mountains. The manmade lake itself is actually a… Continue reading
The black, jagged peaks, deep, gorges and windswept uplands luckily are on my doorstep; being my home stomping ground and where I can be found most weekends. This is the place I seek… Continue reading
We decided to take a week’s relaxing holiday to a brand new 5* Riu hotel opened in Agadir, something very rare for us. As normally we like to escape the tourist traps and… Continue reading
Boy was I eager about leaving the commercial tourist trap of Sharm el Sheikh, all the large, extravagant all-inclusive hotels, package holiday tourists, tacky gift shops selling fake designer merchandise and being harassed… Continue reading
We decided to take a day trip from Naama bay to Ras Mohamed National Park, one of Egypt’s most popular dive and snorkeling sites. Including lunch and hire of snorkel equipment. The trip cost… Continue reading
Driving down and down, round and round into the huge bowl-like crater of Ngorongoro. An almost circular depression of a long extinct volcano with a diameter of 19 kilometres and without doubt one… Continue reading
I didn’t really think to much about this part of our trip when it was all arranged. Didn’t really speak about it until we got there either, as all my focus was on… Continue reading
After a long drive leaving Kilimanjaro and all the amazing memories we had just created in the distance, we head to Arusha via Moshi stopping for a well-earned lunch. It was a long drive of… Continue reading
Frosty tents the morning after we summited.
16th September 2009, 6.30am we made it to the top!
Craig proposed here…
Passing amazing glaciers on the way to the summit…