Scotland’s Slice of the Mediterranean

As part of my Freelance Journalism and Travel Writing course, I’m frequently tasked with writing assignments. I’ll be sharing these on my blog as it would be a shame for these not to be shared! 🙂 The sandy beach stretched out for half a mile in each direction as the waves crashed against the rocky shore. The crystal blue sea shimmered in the glaring sun, … Continue reading Scotland’s Slice of the Mediterranean

How a Solo Hike Can Help You Clear Your Mental Cobwebs

Lockdown has been tough on us all. Whether you’ve been cooped up in a small city flat or had the garden to relax in during our collective 18-month ordeal, we’ve all felt stuck at some point. So with lockdown easing, and the jabs being distributed amongst the public, how do we get back to ‘normal’? Personally, I’ve been hiking on my own for the past … Continue reading How a Solo Hike Can Help You Clear Your Mental Cobwebs

One Day Soon – Climbing Mount Kenya

This piece was written as a submission for the Bradt New Travel Writer of the Year competition. I didn’t place anywhere in the competition but I’m very proud of this work. This is a true account of my climb of Mount Kenya in July 2017. The competition theme was: I’d Like To Go Back and since we didn’t manage to summit fully, I know I’d … Continue reading One Day Soon – Climbing Mount Kenya

5 Things I Love This Week – 19th June 2017

In this series, I like to post the things I have enjoyed the most this week. It could be an item, a song, a playlist, could be anything.  I publish one every Monday. 1. 13 Reasons Why So I thought I would start with 13 Reasons Why. This is the sad and heartbreaking story of Hannah, a typical girl at an American High School, who kills herself. She leaves … Continue reading 5 Things I Love This Week – 19th June 2017