One thing which I learned very quickly when left on my own in Scandinavia was that I am – undoubtedly – a massive wimp when it comes to being alone anywhere when it is dark. Or even sometimes when it isn’t dark. During the run, I kept telling myself I would get braver as the … Continue reading ICELAND 2018 – THE TEAM
The six weeks between agreeing to go on the trip (five technically if you count the time it took to organise time off work) originally seemed like plenty of time to get everything ready, but seemed to disappear much more quickly than I had anticipated. The main issue I faced was that I am possibly … Continue reading Ghana Part 3 – Off we trot…
Hell0 It has been a little while since my last post – and for that I can only apologise. Since returning from Scandinavia (four months ago) things have been pretty hectic. Or at least they have felt that way – in reality they haven’t been too bad – but expectations have had to be managed, … Continue reading Ghana Part 1 – Why?
The #COTW for week two, I have to be honest, was a little bit of an easy one. The challenge was to cycle 6 miles from my home in Banbury to the canoe club in Cropredy, take part (and comlete) a saturday morning session, then cycle the 6 miles back home. Admittedly, to anyone who … Continue reading Week Two – The Devil’s Challenge