Finding The One

Everyone searches for the one. I’ve been searching for the last few years now. I thought I had found the one in Merlin. I met him stuck in a muddy field when I moved back to Norfolk in 2016. I fell in love instantly. Born in 1987 like me, he was a little quirky and…

Grand Canyon South Rim Tour 

As soon as we started talking about our trip to Las Vegas we all agreed there was no way we were not visiting the Grand Canyon. There were so many tour options out there, ranging through all sorts of prices, with helicopter rides, raft rides, MULE rides and bright pink hummers. After much discussion and…

Double Monday Look Back 

Afternoon! A two week look back this week – as I have no idea what I did last Monday, but blogging clearly wasn’t one of them Last weekend the ladies and I went on a flying visit to Hamburg to support our friend Nancy in her first marathon. We had kept this plan secret for…

Sunday at the Stanfords Travel Writers Festival.

The Destinations Travel Show was held at Kensington Olympia from the 4th till the 7th of February. The vast hall contained over 550 travel brands for you to peruse at your hearts content. That’s if you weren’t distracted by the plethora of talks, performances and food. The main reason I attended was to go to…

Where Are All The Female Explorers?

Like any person with a love of travel, I don’t get to travel even half as much as I wish I could. Reality. Bills. Being a grown up sucks. I have ideas. Such ideas and plans I wish I could go and carry out, to walk in others footsteps and to create new footsteps for…

That Bug Called Wanderlust.

These last few weeks (pah – years) I have been suffering from a horrible problem. It’s been on my brain constantly and with it being fairly quiet at work, it’s all I’ve been thinking about. I have a case of chronic wanderlust. With this year’s holiday coming up, I am starting to think about 2016…