Exploring Ludlow Town and Countryside

Ludlow is a picturesque historic market town in south Shropshire. Bordering on Wales, Ludlow has a long and interesting borderlands history. It boasts many finely restored period buildings from medieval, Tudor and Georgian times, has a large castle and is a fab foodie town. It is located within the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Beauty,…

Look Up Adventure

How come we don’t seem to ever look up? We seem to be walking through life not seeing anything, only what is on our phones, sleeping walking through life. As humans, we are getting lazy. Why would you read a book and learn something when you could watch the movie? Why read a newspaper article…

Ireland COVID Staycation

COVID hit Ireland and like most other people destroyed any travel plans this year. Disappointed I decided there was no reason to despair, I live in a beautiful and exciting place and I decided it was time to travel and discover more of Ireland.  Exploring my city In the first couple of months, I couldn’t…

Montreal to Tadoussac part 3 of 3

Catch up with part 2 here I made my way down the winding roads along the banks of the St. Lawrence river, watching as the far bank slowly grew further and further away until it was difficult to discern from the clouds on the horizon.  I was on my way to Tadoussac by bus when we pulled…

Getting Lost on Oswald’s Trail

Oswald’s Trail is supposed to be a 13 mile circular hiking trail that takes you through the main town of Oswestry and out into the hilly rural areas near the Welsh border, passing key points of interest along the way. I say “supposed to be” as Callum and I (2/3 of The Travel Cult) got…

Dublin Mountain Way

After a terrible week of sleepless nights, I felt anxious, down and unsure of the future, due to the realisation that I wouldn’t be working again this year due to the Coronavirus that had hit us this year. What could you do to send these terrible feelings away? I thought it would be an excellent…