Tryfan- walking up the north ridge

Tryfan has been on my bucket list of places to hike for a while now. My friend, which has hiked the North Ridge before have said that this is an exceptionally excellent route to challenge yourself on with navigation skills, steep hill walking and scrambling. Perfect walk on a sunny day, with a most beautiful […]

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PLASTIC FREE JULY 2020- UPDATE NO 4.

By the end of the month, I have noticed the amount of experimenting and improvising put in to replace the ready-made foods I use the most, normally available in predominantly or partially plastic packaging. Veggies, fruits, seeds and legumes are easy to get a hold of at the zero waste shops, but things like milk, […]

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Yoga vibes

With consistent practice, I have become more aware, mindful and respectful toward myself. I found confidence, happiness and courage, all of which have been silently hiding behind self doubt …

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Another Family trip to North Wales

Last weekend we have gone to North Wales for a bit of a wonder, trying to explore as much as we can while most attractions like the Harlech Castle were closed. Last time I and my mum have been to Wales together, we have booked ourselves the Velocity 2 zip-line experience which we loved very […]

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PLASTIC FREE JULY 2020- UPDATE NO 3.

I feel very privileged to be able to have a choice between good quality organic food and cheep produce available in a grocery store. Below there are some tasty thing I have made during the week, doing my best to use only plastic-free products. Couple of things I was proud to make was home made […]

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climbing at the roaches – valkyrie

Last weekend I have headed out for anther climbing venture at the Peaks, a familiar venue of The Roaches. All three of us wanted to have a go at leading, and since I wasn’t sure what to get on with, my climbing buddy has suggested giving Valkyrie a go. After the second climb, we moved down to […]

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Escaping the rain – Climbing at Aldery Cliff

Aldery Cliff is a slabby piece of rock with routes averaging from VD to E3, with some nice VS and HVS in between. The crag itself is not that big, with only 63 routes. At this time of the year, it is also very green so be careful not to catch a stinging nettle while […]

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Plastic Free July 2020- Update no 1.

Groceries A first plastic-free meal was some Pulled Aubergine wraps, with homemade tortillas, and since I can’t yet find any lettuce that’s not in plastic, I made a lovely and fresh savoy cabbage salad. The recipe for the wraps filling came from BBC good food magazine which I came across at my friends’ house, and […]

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