Brecon Beacons in the snow

Winter Wonderland – Brecon Beacons

I've said it before; often the best adventures are those you have at home. This weekend did not disappoint! Taking advantage of the very unfamiliar snowy weather, we hopped across the Severn Bridge to the snow capped mountains of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Here, along with many others (not that our photos would show), we [...]

cobbles, pavé, flanders, cycling, koppenberg

Conquering Cobbles in Flanders

Now in it's 101st year, the Tour of Flanders or Ronde van Vlaanderen is best known as one of the two major cobbled cycle races of the season. Although the race route has changed over years one thing has not - the steep, cobbled bergs through the Belgian countryside. Often a defining career moment for those that manage [...]

Snorkelling wrecks in Barbados

Who would have thought that by just swimming out into the ocean you could explore ship wrecks with just a snorkel? Well, it's totally possible in Barbados. Don't be fooled into paying for an expensive boat trip (unless you want the experience, alcohol and food too), because in Carlisle Bay, just south of Bridge Town on [...]