Bizarre. That is one of the only words I can use to describe the emotional roller coaster that I have been riding this week. On Sunday (13th November) I found myself climbing the back of a big blue sign which marked both the entrance to Germany, and for me, the end of the road. At … Continue reading Coming Home…
Firstly let me apologise. I haven’t kept up to date with the blog recently – I’ve been writing every day in a journal but haven’t managed to find the time to write up online too. It’s not an attempt at selling more copies of the book I hope to write either – it is simply … Continue reading Are you not scared…?!
This has to be the most asked question that I have been subjected to over the past (almost) three months. Okay maybe the second most, often following how are you? Either way I thought it was high time I tried to answer the question. Firstly, let’s talk about the actual running (unusual for me, I … Continue reading How’s the running going…?
Every adventure is filled with highs and lows. The highs can be incredible – reaching the top of that mountain pass was an example – making the day turn into a breeze and having knock on effects the next day too. But a few days ago I found out just how low the lows can … Continue reading Actions and Consequences
Having recently spent two days crossing another one of Norway’s spectacular mountain passes – this time running through and between two national parks (Dovrefjell–Sunndalsfjella National Park and Rondane National Park) – prepare for a blog post full of superlatives such as beautiful, stunning, oh and spectacular. The truth is that all of Norway has been pretty … Continue reading The Glory Days Part 2…
It’s been four days since I left Trondheim and already the weekend feels like a distant memory. The weekend itself was incredible. Relying mostly on luck we managed to see loads of what Trondheim has to offer – climbing the local peak, hiking across the forest, kayaking down the river in the dark, and sampling … Continue reading Who turned off the heat…?
7th October 2016 and I find myself having one of the most extraordinary birthdays I have ever had. I have had the day of a lifetime – and still have the arrival of Steph and Shree to look forward to. I can honestly say that sitting here, sipping a glass of wine in a Trondheim … Continue reading The Luckiest Girl in the World