Last November, we escaped the hustle and bustle of city living to experience a truly wild weekend at Kudhva on the northern coast of Cornwall.
Earlier this month we took a trip back to the western edge of the Brecon Beacons to revisit a waterfall we hadn't been to for over two years. You go from the peaceful tranquility of a typical woodland chorus to the thundering crescendo of the tallest waterfall in the South of Wales in what feels like a heartbeat.
Two days in southern wales, with a carload of supplies and a beautiful little AirBnB booked for the night, we explore the coast of Pembrokeshire National Park. From the final resting place of Harrys Potter's Dobby, to an ancient cliffside Chapel rumoured to have been inhabited by a knight of the round table, this spectacular area is shrouded in myth and legend.
Exploring a new landscape doesn't have to be some grand trip that you have to spend months saving for. I try to encourage anyone to explore their local surroundings once in a while, to take a public footpath you've never been down before or pick a green spot on a map and go there with a packed lunch...