ACTIVE TRAVEL WITH G ADVENTURES

Active Travel G Adventures

You’ll remember I shared a competition when I got back from hiking the Camino Trail with G Adventures the other month, well, the competition has now ended and the winners will be announced shortly! (Fingers crossed for you guys!) Anyway, I just wanted to hop on here to give you all the nudge I know you barely need to book in some active travel of your own… G Adventures are offering you 15% of all G Adventures Active travel trips when booked by September 30, for travel before July 31 2018. Quote promo code: 18TS015ACT01 when booking. They have so many different trips to choose from, all…

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HOW TO PACK FOR ADVENTURE

Packing for Adventure

I have been beyond lucky these past few months, heading off on adventure after adventure with some awesome brands that I have literally dreamt of collaborating with. This week was no exception to what is becoming a very cool norm as I headed off to the UCI World Cycling Centre in Switzerland for an Adventure with the team at Wattbike and The Sufferfest. I was beside myself with excitement to get out into the mountains and to get stuck into the individual and team time trialling and also the track cycling – time to put these #BigFatQuads in action and…

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UCI WORLD CYCLING CENTRE

UCI World Cycling Centre, Aigle Switzerland

After only being back in the country long enough to move house and cool my heels for a day or two after hiking the Camino trail, this week has seen me pack my worldly belongings i.e. my bike and head off on another adventure with Wattbike to attend the annual Sufferfest camp based out of the UCI world cycling centre in Aigle, Switzerland. The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) being a hub for the development of young athletes from developing countries across the world is just a super special place. Each year they scout and take on around 100 athletes and…

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HIKING THE CAMINO TRAIL

Hiking the Camino Trail

When the opportunity arose to head off to Spain to spend a week hiking the Camino de Santiago with a group of awesome travel bloggers (Cat, Charlotte and Sarah) and G Adventures, I literally jumped at the chance, only slightly put off by my lack of ‘proper’ kit and experience. Minor details, right? We were set to be hiking the last 115km of what can be a 800km journey and bar the few bits I’d read in books I really had no idea of what to expect. We arrived in Lugo super early and after refuelling with coffee (much needed…

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