As a child I was very fortunate enough to go on many holidays to various places around the world. Growing up this instilled a need for adventure and exploring which I have continued to do. More recently i've been on big trips to places such as the Galapagos Islands and Australia for University projects which you can find more out about by clicking on the links below.
* Originally posted September 2016 - please ignore the awful watermark* At the end of March, myself and some of the other Marine and Natural History photography students from Falmouth Uni took a trip to Iceland. It was one of the best trips of my life. Day 1 We flew with Icelandair (who I thought were a brilliant airline with charging sockets and film screens available even though it was a pretty short flight) and landed in Keyflavik airport at about 4.30pm UK time. Iceland a
Treasure trails have been a firm favourite of mine for the past couple of years ever since my boyfriend introduced me to them when we met. It is such a brilliant concept – you put your postcode in online and it lists all the treasure trails in your area. Pick one, purchase, print and go! Obviously there is no pot of gold at the end of the trail or a box full of jewels but the point of the trails are to get you outdoors exploring parts of the UK you wouldn’t necessarily do. Ev
Now for part 2 of this mammoth blog! Good luck as you’re about to read (potentially) just under 4000 words. It was FINALLY time to pick up our campervan. We were using a company called Travellers Autobarn and I was absolutely buzzing! This was our lil van that would be taking us (hopefully) all the way up to Cairns. Now it was time to start the roadtrip. FIRST STOP – BLUE MOUNTAINS! The Blue Mountains I had heard about as one of my dads friends moved from the UK to Australia