We are officially on our way to the UK!!! We had planned to stop through Sri Lanka to see some friends on our way, but with the current travel status and curfews the friends suggested we’d be better off going somewhere else. So two weeks out we googled direct flights to affordable resorty places and ended up in Koh Samui. The island is very much a resort place, with guest […]
So Rose and I are off in a week’s time on our honeymoon (yep we got married). We are heading to the UK and then some time in America. Not quite sure what our plans will involve yet but I am definitely keen to do the Cape Wrath trail from Fort William, as well as have some adventures elsewhere in the UK. If you have any suggestions of what we […]
Over the June long weekend I went for a leisurely stroll through the Grampians in Victoria with a school mate Josh and his brother. Neither Josh or I had hiked there before, so in the end we picked the hike with the toughest description that formed a loop – and man we picked well! The Major Mitchell Plateau walk climbs from the bottom of a valley up a long but […]
Over the Easter weekend I joined my friends Chris (from canyoning adventures) and Ollie (from my ride across Wales) on a bikepacking adventure through the Jagungal Wilderness. The ride was organised through Omafiets bikeshop which they happen to run, and is one of their 2018 Shop Rides which is an awesome initiative. As it was the second year the ride has been run it was called the Rumble in the […]
On the Canberra Day long weekend four friends and I headed out for a three day stroll from Round Mountain to Mt Jagungal following the route described on Greg’s Walks Blog. For three of us it was set to be a relatively leisurely stroll with hills, and swims and lots of chats. For the other two it was set to be a three day run with some side trips to […]
Over the Easter weekend Rose and I went on a few little micro-adventures. The biggest micro-adventure was from Charlottes Pass up to Mt Twynam and back, while we also ducked out to my favourite rock in the Brindabellas. Google made a movie of it for me. Thanks Google!
On Friday night I rode out to the Cotter for a night in my bivvy bag, and then rode back through to Canberra the long way. It was an excellent little micro-adventure and well worth the crazy rush trying pack up on Thursday night. Can’t think of anything else to say really, so enjoy a photo or ten.