Galloway 12/18 | Exploring the Dalquharran Castles

It was a beautiful day and we decided to drive to the quiet little village of Dailly, situated north west of the forest park – it isn’t the prettiest of villages but it has a couple of points of interest and is surrounded in beautiful countryside. Parking up on the main street we left the…

Galloway 12/18 | Exploring the Forests of Barr

The relentless rain and head height clouds gave us the perfect excuse to have a lazy morning, but eventually we mobilised and headed to the village of Barr where lots of trails wind through the surrounding forests. With our waterproofs on we left the van behind, the clouds still hung heavily in the air and…

Galloway 12/18 | Castles on the Coast

After breakfast we drove towards Ayr and the coast, it was drizzling most of the journey but dried up just as we got out the van. We headed straight down onto Greenan beach, the tide was out and the water had the same pallid grey countenance as the sky which sat featureless above it. The…

Galloway 12/18 | Climbing Merrick

We awoke the next day to a pretty grey and blustery day, which always makes it feel even cosier, tucked up in the van! Our plan for the day was to climb Merrick, changeable weather (including some snow) had been forecast but we thought we would give it a go anyway and turn back if…

Galloway 12/18 |Arrival and Exploring Kirroughtree

It was grey and rainy leaving the Lakes, we had intended to make our way up the night before but a pretty awful storm was blowing through. The lashing rain and gale force winds kept us at home for another evening, leaving the next day instead. A good decision because after leaving in the rain,…

Denmark 7 | Copenhagen, Freetown Christiania and a Lot of Walking

We woke up leisurely as the daylight filtered through the thin curtains of our little AirB&B apartment and with some breakfast in us we were ready to head out and explore the city! Unfortunately, after searching every nook and cranny, it turned out the previous guests had disappeared with the car permit which we needed…