I have written up some of my travels about the world in a more detailed form, you can find my scribblings here.

Lundy II

When we visited Lundy for our honeymoon in 2015, we didn’t think we be returning to the island for quite a long time. But due to a logistics issue with a planned trip to Scotland, we found ourselves heading back, but this time with a tent.

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San Francisco

It took me a really long time (almost a year) to finish this post. I’m not sure why but because of that I’m sure i’ve missed off some of the details. However if you get the chance you should visit San Francisco it’s a really beautiful place.

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Not long after we had gotten together Mary and I put together a bucket list of activities we’d like to do together, simple things like have a microadventure, more camping, and places to visit. One of the things we decided we wanted to do was to visit Lundy island, and when I asked Mary to…

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Stroud to Cirencester (and back)

Taking a micro tour on the tandem across the wilds of Gloucestershire for a night in Cirencester and a shopping experience at Cotswold outdoor. And yes cake did get consumed, in the rain.

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Dunwich Dynamo XXII

Two people, 1 tandem, 3 trains, and an attempt to ride from London to Dunwich. Will our adventurers succeed in their mission or will they get stuck in a tea house or lost in Essex.

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Dunwich Dynamo XX

This was my first attempt at a mass participation ride, and my first completion of a long distance ride (the other attempt was a badly thought out attempt to ride to Aberystwyth from Birmingham on an overloaded Brompton overnight) Having bought a lovely Thorn touring bike with the sole purpose of doing something very silly…

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21st World Scout Jamboree 2007

On the 1st of August 1907 at 8am when Robert Baden-Powell blew his Kudu horn 3 times to open his experimental camp on Brownsea Island, I wonder if he had any idea of what his ideas would turn into. I certainly don’t think as a 6 year old Beaver I had any idea of what…

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