Category: General

Weblog as Therapy

Lots of posts end up in the general category – it’s often not the best place for them, but if we forget to assign them to a category this is where they’ll be. I guess really ALL posts should go into the general category.

Three Perfect Opportunities for a Family Holiday 0

Three Perfect Opportunities for a Family Holiday

Most people are thrilled by the thought of going on holiday. This could be because it’s an opportunity for them to unapologetically put their feet up or because they’re curious about the many destinations that the world has to offer. However, seeing as people tend to have work schedules, bills, and responsibilities, they aren’t able...

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How to Care for Your Health When You Travel Abroad 0

How to Care for Your Health When You Travel Abroad

The world is a beautiful, wondrous place full of exciting landscapes and cultures. From food to sights, from sounds to textures, there is so much to see and explore in the world. Travelling the world is a dream, and though many of us cannot afford the whole world, we can save up and splurge for...

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Aberaeron Harbour 0

Days in the Sea

This summer weather is just too good. 20-odd degrees and wall to wall sunshine yet again yesterday and it looks set to stay that way all week. The sea is luscious too. Deep green, as clear as can be and warm too. It was especially warm yesterday afternoon in Borth. The sun had been warming...

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Looking Back to Trails Just Ridden 0

GritFest 2018 – Race Report

An epic weekend of riding brought to us by GritFest 2018 – Wales’ premier gravel race Gorgeous Weather brought to us by the Welsh Summer Flawless timing and race results brought to us by Sportident New ‘Team Scimitar Endurance’  race kit thanks to Scimitar Sport Stunning Scenery brought to us by the hills, valleys, lakes,...

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Kitted Up 0

New Scimitar Race Kit

I took delivery of my new race kit for team Scimitar Endurance the other day. It looks really good, (even with me in it) and the quality is top notch too – its the same stuff that the TORQ team use. The chamois pads in the bibs tights look really comfortable and well sculpted –...

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The Start 1

Colwyn Bay Blast – Take 2

I started Surf Skiing last year as a new challenge so that I could take part in Quadrathlons. From there, I soon found myself taking part in the Colwyn Bay Blast, my first ever surf-ski race. I did terribly. My lack of skills, no paddle training and old, uncomfortable kit saw me finish last after...

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