Denmark 4 | The Wadden Sea & Trees for Hammocking

Our day started bright and ready to head to the coast where a causeway crosses the Wadden Sea to the small island of Mandø. The small country roads were quiet as we drove out of Ribe, and the further out we got the more greenery there was surrounding each house we passed. The sky was…

Haweswater Bivvy!

It was a beautiful drive into the valley – Haweswater is probably the least inhabited valley in the Lake District. It is managed by the RSPB and it definitely feels more wild than most of the others. Surrounded by big peaks it is a great place for walking and obviously we weren’t the only ones…

Scotland 07/18 | Sunshine in the Morning and Woodlands by Awe

Upon awaking and seeing the sun shining on the contours of the mountains, against a back drop of powder blue I woke Callum up to tell him what a lovely morning it was… poor fellow. I was torn between getting up to enjoy it and staying cosy allowing myself to sleep a little longer. Sleepiness…

Scotland 07/18 | Breakfast in Glenelg and an Evening Swim

So, we had a rather interesting wake-up call – a helicopter passing ridiculously close by roused me enough to jump up and see what was going on out the window. However the noise didn’t die down, as expected of a vehicle passing by, and so I ventured out the van to find that it was…