First Trip to Oludeniz

Oludeniz is a massive clash between two very different worlds. Despite being only a very small town, the population is almost entirely 2 types: Brits abroad looking for the all inclusive beach package, and those who get bored really easily and are trying to get as many runs as possible throwing themselves off the top…

Slovenia

Before I went to Slovenia I thought of it as the gateway to Eastern Europe, but in reality it is so much more than that. This small country has been in the EU since 2004, so is not that different to it’s surounding countries of Austria, Italy, Croatia and Hungary. What this small country does…

Review: Snooks Union Jacket

I have had this jacket for a year now but only just used it for snowboarding so can finally give it a proper review. Snooks is a new snow gear brand, for girls by girls, all their clothing is made in the UK and they aim to only sponsor UK skiers and boarders. They are…

Durmitor National Park

This UNESCO national park  in the north west of Montenegro is little heard of in the UK, but if you’re looking for somewhere new to go then this is a fabulous place that is definitely worth exploring. Zabljak is the nearest town and has everything you could need, a few restaurants, hostels, hotels and a…

Review: Friendly Soap Shampoo Bar

I have been using this bar most of the summer, in various scenarios, so I thought it was about time I wrote about it. Firstly, I love that it has no plastic packaging, just a cardboard box. When I first started using it it was pretty warm where I was, so it dried out quick,…

Review: Turn the Ship Around! by L. David Marquet

A breath of fresh air in business managament theory, this approach makes a alots of sense and resonated as the type of system I would want to be employed in. If you have disengaged employees or are disengaged yourself then definately give this a read, maybe they/you want to feel a bit more responsible for…

Review: Running Like a Girl by Alexandra Heminsley

Heart warming story about how she got off the couch and gave it a go, eventually progressing to running distance races. Honest and not sugarcoated but told with humour and humility. Will get you digging out your trainers. 4*

Review: Muslim, Trader, Nomad, Spy by Sulmaan Wasif Khan

History book about conflict in Tibet. I had hoped it would be told via story, like the prologue sample that kindle provided, but it was a bit more of a dry history book with small sections that were more personable. Still, I learnt alot about an area I had no previous knowledge, but my Mum…

Review: Dare to Do by Sarah Outen

Made me dare to dream big, that I need to do a ‘proper adventure’, but also gave insight into how mch logistics and moeny goes into that kind of adventure. Such a lot of distance is crammed into the book that she is able to skip past any boring bits which gives the book a…