The story of a girl who stayed at home in her twenties, and travelled in her thirties.
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One of the things that’s been on my Bucket List for quite some time now, is Mantas. As a diver of 200 odd dives, other than a fleeting glimpse of one in the distance, I’ve never yet got to dive with them. So in the great tradition of “life’s too short”, I recently booked a […]Read more "Manta Magic in the Maldives"
Although I’ve not posted in a while it’s not through lack f wanting to. So in the meantime, I thought I’d share a shot from the latest adventure – diving on a liveaboard in the Maldives! Tomorrow we go looking for whale sharks. Until then, we have this to appreciate.Read more "Maldivian Sunset"
I was so fortunate recently to visit Breckenridge, Colorado, a little town in the Colorado ski passage about 2 hours west of Denver. Some good friends recently moved there, so we decided to combine a week of canyon-seeing with a week’s snowboarding/skiing.Read more "Breckenridge – the little snow town in the mountains"
Agee years ago I took a Dive Safari – My bucket list said I would see orang-utans in the wild, so I decided to combine that with some diving. I went across to Indonesia with a cracking little company called Dive Safari Asia. Pulah Weh is a tiny island on the edge of the Indian […]Read more "Dive200 – #157 – Octopus flirting!"
I’ve now been incredibly fortunate enough to snowboard in both American and European resorts, and while I can’t say I’m now an expert in both, I did notice some distinct differences between the European slopes and their American counterparts.Read more "Snowboarding US versus Europe – the Snow-Off"
A recent morning’s walk around the park at the end of my road gave me some lovely photo opportunities. London is a surprisingly green city, for the massive international capital that it is.Read more "Morning walk around a London park"