1991 New York
1991 New Orleans
1992 St Petersburg
1994 Desert Adventures
1995 Asian Adventures
1999 Porto and Lisbon
2006 Les Arcs
2009 La Rochelle
2010 St Malo
2013 Berlin Marathon
2017 Saint Omer
2018 Italian Job
An account of our 16-day family holiday in 2019, in which we travelled to the very bottom of France and back up.
Fast cars, big hills, and beer. What could be better? Even the weather was unusually good for November.
A highly accelerated version of the “Grand Tour” that Georgian and Victorian gentlemen used to undertake.
Our third GeoNord event in a row. This year’s event was in Dunkirk, which allowed me to revisit some placed I’ve cached before.
Several days of mad caching just to the north of Paris. A huge power trail of 600 puzzle caches forming a picture of a shield.
A long weekend in Japan’s capital while the good lady wife was doing some running jaunt.
A fortnight of fun and frolics in the Catalonian sunshine. I hadn’t been there since it was all in black and white.
Four days of mad geocaching under glorious skies, whilst trying to avoid a big, blue bear.
A four-day weekend of spectacular scenery, flash cars, and expanding waistlines.
A week of going up and down mountains and rediscovering school geography lessons, especially the ones about mountains and glaciers.
A week exploring the ups and downs of England’s most three dimensional county.
Kas entered the 2015 Snowdonia Marathon, so we were obliged to go and have a long weekend in Snowdonia.