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Year of Microadventure - January

Time was running out for the first microadventure of the year and as is so often the case, thoughts turned to grand adventures filled with icebergs, frostbite and cannibalism in a desperate bid to stay alive. 509 more words


A Year of Microadventure

2015 marks the year of microadventure! A concept coined by Alistair Humphreys a few years back the challenge is to spend at least one night per month adventuring close to home, doing something silly/mad or just… 34 more words


As sure as the sun sets...

Mountains never cease to amaze me. No range is too small; no view ever gets too old.

Whether its walking around my school’s campus or climbing to a peak, I can never take it all in. 464 more words


Mysterious Maze

REVIEW OF: Maze Runner By James Dashner

Reviewed by: Claire A

“If you ain’t scared, you ain’t human.” I can think of millions of words to describe this amazing book titled The Maze Runner by James Dashner. 241 more words


Deadly, But Curable, Plague

Review of: The Curse of the Warmbloods, by Suzanne Collins

Reviewed By: Graham S.

In the book, The Curse of the Warmbloods by Suzanne Collins, Gregor has to go back to the Underland because there is a deadly plague and they need his help to find the cure.  349 more words


Blue Whales & Mystery Fairs: The Final Days.

A sense of melancholy hung leadenly over me as I left the haven of Medikatiya beach and moved further up the west coast. I always find it takes a couple of days to get used to travelling solo again when you’ve been having fun with other people during a trip. 1,385 more words


Meet Candy & Ben

Candy & Ben live and breathe the outdoors, spending every out-of-work hour in the sea, discovering Cornwall’s hidden beaches or searching for wild camping spots with the best sunrise view. 118 more words