With the last days of summer drawing to a close, Newquay was the perfect place to be - here's why.
Although it feels like a lifetime ago now, I'm still looking back at our holiday to Barbados and the unforgettable experiences we had there. But there was one thing that cast a dark cloud over the trip... beach plastic.
We've just come back from a week in Barbados and the island took my breath away. The people were super chilled and friendly, the beaches were beautiful, there's surf and - best of all - we spotted turtles!
You can't beat unzipping a tent first thing in the morning and stepping out, barefoot, onto fresh grass. It's just makes you feel...free.
Mountain peaks covered in snow, crystal blue lakes and lush greenery? It can only be Switzerland. Here are my recommendations if you find yourself in Brienz anytime soon...
Lanzarote was our very first surfing holiday, but once we were out of the water and decided to explore, we discovered that the island had far more to offer then we'd originally thought...
Last weekend my boyfriend and I were discussing the possibility of going to Switzerland with his family in the summer. The conversation turned to the walks we could take in the mountains when my boyfriend casually remarked, 'that will be easy for Steph, she's walked up Mount Kenya.' My heart raced. Had I climbed as high as the mountains in Switzerland? Was I soon going to look incredibly stupid?
It’s been almost a year since we visited St Lucia - a place of palm trees and sandy beaches, where we went to street parties with the locals, and SUP'd in the rain.
But I’ve started thinking back to one journey in particular; to Pigeon Island.
There’s nothing worse than an overcrowded beach where you’re fighting for your own space of sand. But an idyllic village tucked away, or a quiet cove which only the locals know about, is a tiny bit of heaven...
There’s been a deafening silence on this blog lately caused by a number of reasons. Firstly, my workplace has been manic. Last month I spent a lot of time away from home, worked a lot of long days and felt so tired, I thought I’d never get enough sleep again. I also spent a bit… Continue reading Caribbean Chill: In which I learn to SUP