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Having visited the wonderful Aviemore twice in the last year, and having stayed in the town itself (without a car) for a week, I like to think that I’m now something of an expert of what to do and where to eat and drink. Aviemore is a small town in the Scottish Cairngorm National Park […]
For our full Scottish roadtrip itinerary, take a look at this post. Out of all the places we visited on our recent trip to Scotland, the Isle of Skye was by far our favourite and the most magical. Joined now to the Scottish mainland by a bridge, the island still feels very separate and different, […]
It’s been a while since I returned from our roadtrip around Scotland, and I guess you could say that I’ve been procrastinating on writing this blog post since then, only because I have just SO. MUCH. CONTENT. Our two-and-a-half-week roadtrip starting and ending in Edinburgh and encompassing much of the famous North Coast 500 was […]
In a busy and chaotic world, sometimes it takes a quiet novel about a man and his mountains to knock you off your feet. A Whole Life is short and simple, translated from the German into wonderfully unfrilly prose by Charlotte Collins. I think sometimes it’s too easy to be impressed by the grand and […]
I suppose we are all walking on a path of dust to the mountains.
This is the last blog post in my Canadian Roadtrip series, and although it’s been over a month since we returned, I still miss the mountains, and my nostalgia has only been heightened by getting to look through all these beautiful photos all over again. From Jasper we set off along the famous Icefields Parkway […]
Jasper, Jasper, where to begin? I think I had a million photos of this beautiful national park (mainly of Maligne Lake tbh), and I wish I could share each and every one of them with you all. Unfortunately, there’s only so many pictures of lake, mountains, snow and sky you can take, so I’ve limited […]
In case you missed it, I’m sharing my adventures around the Rockies of Canada – you can find the first instalment about Vancouver here. Picking up our car in busy downtown Vancouver and then having to immediately drive on a different side of the road wasn’t stressful at all (I’m lying). After a few narrow […]
Counting freckles in the mountains.