Month: March 2018

Blogger Spotlight - Five Foot Ronna. Find out what makes Ronna tick, where she is off to next and how the love of travel is ingrained

The Spotlight – Ronna from fivefootronna

Ronna from fivefootronna is one of my all-time favourite people. Both online and off. I’m forever bigging up this gal to anyone who will listen to me (though not many people do anymore). Ronna is intelligent, inspirational, funny and genuine. We met several years ago at a mutual friend’s lingerie party. I think she felt […] Read more…

retracing the footsteps of the past - Totnes Castle

Totnes Castle – A Glimpse of Early Norman England

The sun was beating down on my back on a rare warm English summers day. The hill ahead looked slightly daunting via foot but I could see the peak of the castle looming. Almost there. Totnes Castle would be my Very First English Castle. And I was well excited. Pictures of Romantic Ruins, moats, turrets […] Read more…

Spotlight on Walking on Foreign Chels

Travel Blogger Spotlight | Walking on Foreign Chels

I’m running a new thang called ‘The Blogger Spotlight On’. It will involve featuring different Travel Bloggers from Around the Globe. What makes them tick? What is their passion (apart from travel. Obvs)? Lessons learned from travel Inspiring stories Funny stories Where in the world is their favourite destination? Our very first Spotlight is Chel […] Read more…

Coppermine Creek, New Zealand - Cave weta, creek crossings, spectacular views make an adventurous day out

Coppermine Creek – Cave weta, creek crossings, spectacular views make an adventurous day out

A gentle river cascading over rocks makes for serene background noise when hiking up through native bushland in the Ruahine Range. Coppermine Creek is a unique New Zealand walk that offers a bit of everything. From river crossings to a cave filled with cave weta, spiders and glow worms, to awe-inspiring views across the hilltops […] Read more…

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