Elemental Iceland – Part 2 ft Water(falls)

Following on from the previous day where I had crossed a lava field, ventured down inside the pits of a 4000 year old volcano, witnessed an epic sunset and marvelled at huge rainbows beaming over little townships, the expectations for Day 2 in Iceland were pretty high. I had booked in a full day adventure with Extreme … More Elemental Iceland – Part 2 ft Water(falls)


It’s taken me 7 months to finally post something about my trip to Zurich last December and the reason is pretty lame – each time I’d make an attempt, I’d get stuck trying to come up with some witty, smart title for the post. Zest of Zurich? Swiss Roll? The ideas were really going nowhere, … More Zurich 


After a whirlwind of a year overseas, I returned to Sydney for no particular reason, but to seek the comforts of home for a short while (10 days).     To be honest, I had concerns that once the initial excitement of seeing family and friends wore off, I’d feel like a fish out of water … More Home

The dawn of Brexit

Warning – this is a bit of an opinion piece/rant, a little (well, all) political. Not my usual forte. Read at your own peril!  To say the least, it is definitely an interesting and historical time to be living and working in London right now. The mood following yesterday’s EU referendum result was a weird … More The dawn of Brexit