The Camino de Santiago

I first heard of the Camino de Santiago from an elderly Israeli man. I was on the Offa’s Dyke Trail, setting up my tent in a campsite near Hay on Wye while he… Continue reading

The Vale of Glamorgan: Millennium Heritage Trail

  I’ve just completed, the Millennium Heritage Trail, another long distance hike that began and finished at my front door. The first was a 63 day circumnavigation of the country, this time it… Continue reading

The Walking Wishlist

So far this blog has only recollected, and I am sad to say that I’ve run out of adventures to recall. Blame January- the miserable month. The wind is howling outside and half of… Continue reading

Brecon Beacons (in the rain)

I am now in the working world and as a consequence have become a weekend walker. Living in the Vale of Glamorgan is perfect for a person of this category; close to the… Continue reading

Wales Coast Path: Beaches

Its really cold now. Summer suddenly feels like a long time ago. So join me in last summer nostalgia by looking at the pictures of beaches I took on my walk around Wales.… Continue reading

The Cotswold Way

That guy on the train with a dog. Winter is on it’s way (i’m sure there’s no need for me to remind you) and I wanted to squeeze in one more long distance… Continue reading

The Three Peaks Challenge

I’ve now got that hiking bug. With 63 days being exposed to it walking around Wales, the fever was always bound to set in. So I planned another foray into the wild, this… Continue reading

Wales Coast Path:1,034 Miles, 63 Days, 12 Moments

I have been home for a while now and am already yearning to be back on the Wales Coast Path. Writing cover letters and sending CVs isn’t quite as fun as following that trail… Continue reading

Offa’s Dyke: An Unorganised Adventure

When wanting to do something fun outdoors people tend to seek the reassurance of organisation and use some kind of business to provide their adventure… companies named something like GoKayaking, or RockClimbing4U. This… Continue reading

Wales Coast Path: DIY

Two weeks ago I returned from my journey around Wales. I wandered alone, 1,034 miles around the perimeter of my home country for 9 weeks, carrying all I needed to live on my… Continue reading