Akamas Peninsula Cyprus

Mythical Cyprus – Outdoor Adventures Around The Akamus Peninsula

The third largest  island in the Mediterranean, Cyprus is steeped in not only Greek Mythology and Roman history but has a complex political history which has seen the country split in two (or 3 if you include Akrotiri in the south, owned by Great Britain). Divided by a 300km long  UN Buffer Zone or The … Continue reading Mythical Cyprus – Outdoor Adventures Around The Akamus Peninsula

Adventurous Azores – 14 days on Sao Miguel

Third of the way out into the Atlantic on route to America, sits a family of 9 volcanic Islands, stretching over 600km. "The Azores?! Where are they?" is pretty much the confused response I've had from everyone that's asked where I've recently been on holiday. And not surprisingly given  TAP Portugal, SATA and Ryan Air are the only carriers currently to … Continue reading Adventurous Azores – 14 days on Sao Miguel

Colouring the Road – Drops Cycling & Prendas Thermal Jersey Review

There's nothing like taking some new kit out of it's packaging, the smell of new Lycra setting the cycling taste-buds alive and giving it the initial once-over for new features, technical materials and over-all design. Like a little girl at Christmas, I was excited and very privileged to open the colourful Drops team issue* long-sleeve thermal jersey designed by their … Continue reading Colouring the Road – Drops Cycling & Prendas Thermal Jersey Review