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…

Denmark 2 | Møns Klint, Neolithic Tombs and 13th C Frescoes

I awoke to an enticing orange glow from the window, peeking out I noticed it was from the rising sun and this was enough to get me out of bed to go and explore. Just across the road from our little barn conversion, past a small field was the cliff edge overlooking the Baltic Sea….

Denmark 1 | Through Roskilde and on to Rødvig

An early(ish) flight from Manchester had led to us sleeping in the van the night before; we wanted to avoid the cost of a hotel or a disgustingly early drive down there from the Lakes. It meant the very start of our journey was very easy, bags were already packed, parking for the van had…

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…