Puffin Spotting On Skomer Island, Pembrokeshire

This Easter holidays, I took a trip up to Pembrokeshire for the first time. Most of my trips to Wales have been to Snowdonia, Cardiff or the Gower Peninsula but I’ve heard loads and loads of great things about the Pembrokeshire coast so decided to head up there for a little road-trip. There are lots of great places to visit and things to do in Pembrokeshire but the thing that stood out to me and was going to be the…

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5 Things You Must Consider Before Picking A Backpacking Stove

It doesn’t matter whether you are backpacking for hiking, hunting or camping, a backpacking stove is an important necessity. There are other gears you need during your camping or hunting trip, which you can learn more about here. If you like to travel alone, you can try backpacking solo. You don’t have to worry about the cost too, because solo backpacking trips won’t cost much. If you are backpacking to your favourite camping or hunting spot, there are some equipment…

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Padstow Sealife Safaris Red Letter Day Review

A few months ago, I was very generously given a Red Letter Day. I really like these as gifts as I think experiences make great presents as they are really memorable. Red Letter Days also come in a nice big, red envelope and are actually nice presents to physically give and to receive; I’ve often found this aspect a little disappointing with gift cards and other vouchers. The Red Letter Day which I had been given was the Sealife Safari…

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Primus Kinjia Stove Review

Primus make great cookery gear and stoves which makes me a huge fan of them. I have a Primus Kuchoma Grill and I absolutely love it; I use it all the time and regularly use it to cook burgers, sausage and steak when at the beach or camping. I’ve been looking for a stove to compliment my beloved Primus Kuchoma Grill as that has an excellent non stick grill but no burner. That’s when I found the Primus Kinjia Stove.…

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The UK’s Best Drives and Road Trips

My favourite place to drive is easily the mountains in either Snowdonia or the Lake District. It takes hours of quite boring A-road and motorway driving to get to these areas from my home in Cornwall. As you start to approach them after ages in the car, the excitement starts to build. The terrain begins to get more and more interesting, trees and large hills fill your view until eventually you get your first peek at a mountain peak. I…

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