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Motor Cruising the Norfolk Broads

The motor cruiser chugged towards the setting sun, steering was easy once we’d realised it doesn’t react immediately and takes a few moments to respond. There had been a short familiarisation brief from Jason of Herbert Woods, where we’d learned how to steer, turn and moor the boat, now we were on our own, with the Norfolk Broads as our …

Uluru Harley-Davidson Tour – an Australian Icon from an American Icon

There are several ways that visitors can tour around Uluru or nearby Kata Tjuta. It’s possible to fly in a helicopter or hot air balloon within several kilometres, ride a camel, take a coach tour but few are as cool as riding a Harley-Davidson; the ultimate Uluru ride. Having the opportunity to ride pillion on a hog around the sacred …

Confessions of a rehabilitating Adventure Snob

Earlier today in a social media conversation I caught myself posting in a way which is slightly disappointing. The discussion was about skydiving; a pursuit which terrifies and excites many people in equal measure. During my military service I jumped out of planes on a regular basis amassing a great number of jumps from a variety of altitudes including static …

Postcard from wild Iceland

The landscape of Iceland epitomises wild, much of the country has been shaped by volcanoes and glaciers and is largely untamed. It has spectacular scenery which is almost lunar in it’s ruggedness, with laval rock formations, huge chasms, powerful glaciers and large inland lakes. Þingvellir is truly a meeting point for the Clash of the Titans, two of the tetonic …