Following Footpaths In Appledore

Despite only being a ten minute drive from home, Appledore in Kent is somewhere I rarely go. I guess it's easy to forget about it when I'm surrounded by so many interesting towns and cities within driving distance, but this half term, I finally revisited this quaint little village with my friend Dayne. The idea … Continue reading Following Footpaths In Appledore

Taking A Break In Bognor Regis

Sometimes in life, everything gets a bit too stressful and you start turning into an insane person... Well, that's what happened to me at the end of last month. Luckily, I had a lovely, supportive friend to turn to, Siobhan, and between ranting, raving, and jumping to many ridiculous conclusions about life, we came up … Continue reading Taking A Break In Bognor Regis

It’s Too Expensive To Travel In My Own Country…

I live in a small town called Rye. It's practically a village. It's very pretty and has a lot of history, but with anywhere you've lived for almost thirty years, it gets a bit stale after a while. Rye suffers from a problem that many of you city slickers will be shocked by - its … Continue reading It’s Too Expensive To Travel In My Own Country…

Brilliant times In Brighton

A couple of weeks ago, I headed along to coast to the vibrant city of Brighton with my friend Krissy. We were celebrating her birthday, and planned to really make a day of it. Both of us have been to Brighton many times before and love it, hence deciding this was the perfect location to … Continue reading Brilliant times In Brighton

Arctic Winter Survival Guide

This February, I had my first experience of an Arctic Winter when I travelled to Tromsø in Norway. The city itself wasn't overly cold, with temperatures only a few degrees above or below 0°c during the day, but when we were out in the night or early in the morning, we certainly did feel the … Continue reading Arctic Winter Survival Guide

Sorting Out The Bucket List

The concept of a 'bucket list' is something that has always appealed to me, and I think it comes down to the fact that I like to have something to look forward to, something to aim for. Whether travel-related or not, I've always got some sort of plan in the works, however, as a natural … Continue reading Sorting Out The Bucket List

A Day On The Farm At Netherfield, East Sussex

Working in a secondary school, I get a lot of perks, such as going on fun school trips to interesting places. Today's trip was to two farms in Netherfield, near Battle in East Sussex with a group of Year 9 Geography students. The farms we visited are outcentres for Plumpton College, which offers courses in … Continue reading A Day On The Farm At Netherfield, East Sussex