Coexistence

Coexistence- we can live together successfully. The day Mum and I stumbled upon these beautiful herds of elephants in Green Park London 🐘. Think we may need to take another trip to see them again anyone coming? Check out the CoExistence website, simple things mean we can live in harmony. I try to make myContinue reading “Coexistence”

Reculver Towers

I have spent time this morning with a wonderful friend and took a walk by Reculver Towers. The towers are steeped in history and a beautiful place to explore. With an easy trail for many to walk or cycle along the sea shore. Reculver is believed to be one of the first Roman Forts andContinue reading “Reculver Towers”

Saturday Slowdown – The Runnymede Hotel

Saturday slowdown 🥂🥰 at The Runnymede Hotel a wonderful place to relax, eat, drink, soak up the sun and watch the world go by. Sitting alongside the River Thames it’s a wonderful place to base yourself for having an adventure along the Thames Path. After exploring you can come back to sit on the beautifulContinue reading “Saturday Slowdown – The Runnymede Hotel”

The Countryside Code

As we adventure and explore others are preserving and protecting so we can continue to enjoy. Do your bit and ensure you follow the countryside code when your exploring: Respect everyone✅ be considerate to those living in, working in and enjoying the countryside✅ leave gates and property as you find them✅ do not block accessContinue reading “The Countryside Code”

Experience Kent, England

I am currently in the process of designing, planning, collaborating and training to launch my very own experiences in Kent. Looking to provide unforgettable adventures in my very own home county. Over the coming weeks I will start to share information before my official launch. Thank you @kent_downs_aonb @visitkent for you support in making thisContinue reading “Experience Kent, England”

Ancient Woodland

Next time you walk into the woods spend a little time looking at the magic they create. Ancient woods are areas of woodland that have persisted since 1600 in England and Wales, and 1750 in Scotland. They are relatively undisturbed by human development. As a result, they are unique and complex communities of plants, fungi,Continue reading “Ancient Woodland”