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Adventure Everest Issue 2: Travel Phakding to Namche Bazaar

Following the previous article about the start of my adventure; to travel to Everest Basecamp, I awoke on the third day to find myself reasonably tired after sleeping badly after attempting to sleep in my sleeping bag (way too hot), in addition to the very loud Asian group in the next room. Narrowly separated by thin plywood with gaping holes where the walls and ceiling … Continue reading Adventure Everest Issue 2: Travel Phakding to Namche Bazaar

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Last-Minute Travel to Stockholm

Several weeks ago I found myself scrolling through the lists of flights on Skyscanner at 2am; searching for the cheapest and most convenient flights to any place that looked appetising enough to lure me in for a weekend. As expected, there happened to be a long list which almost fitted my criteria. I then faced the ultimate dilemma – Where? A trip to Stockholm caught … Continue reading Last-Minute Travel to Stockholm

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A Month-Or-So in.

So, I originally started this blog whilst on my travels back on October, mainly to fill those brief moments of boredom. Surely enough, I had written only a couple of posts such as 4 Tips While Backpacking and The “F**k it” Moments, before giving up and totally forgetting I even had this website. Fast-forward to mid-March and I once again found myself wanting to write … Continue reading A Month-Or-So in.

Adventure Travels: Everest Issue.1

Back in the Latter-half of September 2017, I travelled to Nepal and embarked on an adventure within an adventure as I trekked to Mount Everest Base Camp (known as EBC) during my larger trip; which lasted several months. It is possible to do this solo (get the permits, maps, domestic flights etc yourself), however if you aren’t confident in your ability to do so, I … Continue reading Adventure Travels: Everest Issue.1

Buy Your Slice of Bristol

Can You Afford Your Very Own Slice of Bristol?   An ever-growing city, attracting thousands of new prospective residents’ year on year, due to the culturally diverse and artfully expressive city it has become. It has engineers, artists, and designers at the top of their respective industries, whilst still retaining a strong feeling of community and an individual’s importance within it. But just how achievable … Continue reading Buy Your Slice of Bristol

The Nobel Museum, Stockholm

Upon the Island Gamla Stan, within the vast area covered by the Stockholm Archipelago and along the beautiful, old cobbled streets of what is known as the old town of Stockholm, stands a small building which houses a museum exhibiting perhaps one of the most notable foundations known world-wide – The Nobel Foundation. The Foundation – possibly the most integral part of Alfred Nobel’s final … Continue reading The Nobel Museum, Stockholm

Bristol Visit With Next to No Planning

In a rush? Have little or no time to plan your city break to Bristol? Here are several activities and attractions you can easily do/see with minimal planning (some may require booking in advance however), and still make the most of your visit to a city dripping in history and culture. So relax, you’ll still have a great time! Familiarise Yourself with the Surroundings and … Continue reading Bristol Visit With Next to No Planning

Plogging: The New Swedish Trend Spreading across The World

  The easiest and convenient environmental solution to plastic pollution in cities. Plogging (derived from the Swedish Plocka Upp – to pick up litter) is the latest trend to emerge from the famously environmentally-friendly motivated region of the world; Scandinavia. It consists of taking a bag on your daily – or however-frequent run –  through your neighbourhood and collecting any litter you encounter. It can … Continue reading Plogging: The New Swedish Trend Spreading across The World