Life in a nutshell, 'cos it's better if you're nuts!
A day trip out to the very south-western tip of Portugal – to Sagres and the lighthouse at the end of the world.
It’s a bit like Land’s End, only warmer.
A lazy day of settling into our apartment after an extremely long day with a lot of travelling the day before.
It was really very warm, so we decided to max out on the “chillin” front.
If you set off for your holiday really, really early in the morning then you get an extra day. This is an especially useful concept if you remember it beforehand, and dress accordingly.
Two weeks of sea, sunshine and general relaxation on the south coast of Portugal.
Someone, somewhere, once said there was a geocaching challenge that requires you to find 10 or more multi caches in a day. That sounds like something that needs to be achieved.
A Sunday jaunt over towards Grafham Water to finish off a couple of bits of circuits I’d missed out on before – the Woolley Mammoth and the S2E2.
I set off with the objective of trying to make over 100 finds, and I’d decided that the A1 to the south of Peterborough would be a good place to go. I ended up setting a new
A return to the Rock ‘n’ Roll Half in Liverpool. This time it was Kas’s turn to run it and my turn to look after the kids.
While we were up in Liverpool again for the Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon I took the opportunity to go and do a bit of caching on The Wirral.
To quote one of my logs for the day “Forgive me while I swear. I sacrificed my GPS at this cache.” I put it down while signing a log. As I went to pick it up, I knocked it and it fell down a drain.
Titter ye not ! It’s what the village is called. I didn’t make it up.
It would have been classed as a weekend away, except it wasn’t the weekend.