Mykonos is the party island of the Cyclades. Where bodies line the beaches by day and bass lines pounding through its clubs by night. This island works 24 hours a day (including shops!) when the island isn’t lockdown due to the novel Covid19 virus. However, there is more to Mykonos than the sensational sands, extravagant … Continue reading Mykonos the land of paradise
Living in Germany As most of you well know, I took a challenge and moved to Germany as a contract engineer. It was a complete new start and a chance to learn new skills and build an alliance in the military sector. But it is not as easy as first described and there was times … Continue reading An expats journey..
Long time no speak! Well what can I say, some of you may know my story from my first blog post, so here it is in short... On Dec 27th 2018, I lost my best friend and my soul mate. His name was Hatton and he was the most docile Staffordshire bull terrier you could … Continue reading Welcome back!
Well I guess a weekend is not well spent if you don't find something that makes your time worth while?.... Well my time was spent camping in the depths of Cornwall, with the intent to walk 23 miles from my campsite to the prodigious Lizard! Where shall we start.... Well let's begin with the campsite … Continue reading Cornish Camping and hiking venture…..
Today's peregrination did not go as planned... Our expedition was supposed to be a tour of the Tintagel island where the statue of King Arthur stands. From here we were going to send you through a portal of time and tell you a few story tales of King Arthur in Tintagel.... but the island was … Continue reading A history voyage with Leo
This was a tough trek!, I was itching to get out this morning, knowing full well that the weather wasn't going to be great down here in the south west of England. I woke up and kept an eye on the dark skies and how quickly they were passing over, I do read local weather … Continue reading Man sands – berry head – brixham harbour
This weeks photo challenge is 'trails'... This trail is part of the south west coastal path from bolt head to salcombe.. This trail was a tough one, with a hefty climb but the views were inspirational! We had some fantastic weather on this day and explored quite a bit of this English coast ❤️...
This week I have spent a pretty Pennie on amazon getting some absolute essentials for my adventures and of course for my running and cycling hobbies!! So much so, I have spent most of the week breaking in my appendage that I worked so hard to acquire that I had to have a little rave … Continue reading Spoilt myself with adventure goodies…
This road is on Saint Michael's Mount And is used by the St Aubyn family who own this island along with the national trust As you can see it has been well maintained and leads through the private gates. In the distance you can just see the exquisite Saint Michaels castle!
What an exciting 24 hours it has been! I knew I was going to endure the trip to Saint Michael's Mount on this sunny Sunday but little did I know that my trustee sidekick Marge was going to join me 🤭🤭.... While I spent 8 whole hours breaking a sweat at work trying to find … Continue reading 24 hours of adventures with Margery Carlin-Dymott