I was so excited to visit the Cinque Terre villages the following day and the weather was looking great, so I had an early night ready for an early start. … More Campervanning in Italy: My Cinque Terre Adventure
I have always loved the idea of campervanning across Europe, and even though embarking on this adventure as a solo traveller would not be the cheapest way to do it, on this occasion I decided to listen to my heart and rent myself a Wicked Camper for the two weeks after my big race. … More Campervanning in Italy: From Ironman to Lady of Leisure
I’m 3 weeks away from taking on the biggest physical (and mental, yes, completely mental!) challenge of my life, Ironman Italy. I’m quite a social creature, my summers are usually filled with parties, hen dos, weddings and the occasional holiday. This summer has been quite different. Whilst trying to maintain some sort of social life, my time has been filled with 100 mile bike rides, casual midweek half marathon runs and as much open water swimming as I can squeeze in. … More Three Weeks to Go!
This city felt friendly and welcoming compared to some of the decidedly inhospitable places we’d recently visited. The hotel was lovely, I could walk around in shorts and I even started to feel hungry again! … More An Inhospitable Beauty – Sucre and Beyond
Waking up to the view of, well, not much really, made me realise what a remote part of the world we were travelling to. Uyuni was like a ghost town, cold, yet bathed in glorious sunshine and the bluest sky I’ve ever seen. … More An Inhospitable Beauty – Salar de Uyuni and Potosí
Trekking the Inca Trail – one of the biggest physical challenges I’ve ever underestimated. … More Walking Up Steps