Author: Janey Mae

5 Creative Ways to Keep your Travel Memories Alive

5 Creative Ways to Keep your Travel Memories Alive

We live in a digital age and we all have access to a digital camera or at least a phone these day! – Did you know that it’s estimated we take around 1.6 billion digital photos a day? – Having photo albums on shelves, photo […]

5 Adventures you Should be Planning for 2018!

5 Adventures you Should be Planning for 2018!

It’s around this time of year when we, up here in the Northern Hemisphere, begin to dream of future adventures. The weather has begun to turn cold, the days are getting shorter and the night almost seems darker. Soon we will be going to work […]

16 Photos to Convince You Pakistan Should be on Your Bucketlist

16 Photos to Convince You Pakistan Should be on Your Bucketlist

Imagine towering mountains, brilliant blue rivers and mountain lakes and lush valleys.  Barren landscapes that quickly change to shrub covered mountain sides with incredible boulders.  This is Pakistan! Pakistan was one of the most surprising and beautiful countries I’ve ever had the pleasure of visiting.  […]

Climbing Ben Nevis: What You Need to Know Before You Go

Climbing Ben Nevis: What You Need to Know Before You Go

Climbing Ben Nevis, the UK’s tallest mountain is an accomplishment that will leave you craving higher peaks, more mountains or maybe you’ll hang your boots up for good. Whatever happens next you can celebrate the conquering feeling you’ll get from climbing this beast. Ben Nevis […]

Camping In The Scottish Highlands

Camping In The Scottish Highlands

Wandering the woodland tracks in search of the perfect pitching site for the night. The silence and noise of nature guided our curiosity, we stumbled off the track and into the trees. Following the sound of the river before stumbling into a clearing. Immediately we paused, […]

15 Photos to Convince You To Explore Myanmar

15 Photos to Convince You To Explore Myanmar

I’ve had some incredible adventures over the years but nothing compared to Myanmar! It’s home to the ‘friendliest people in the world’, thousands of ancient pagodas, good food and surprisingly landscapes. The best bit, there are hardly any tourists to contend with…. Or maybe that’s […]

Reverse Culture Shock: Riding The Rollercoaster

Reverse Culture Shock: Riding The Rollercoaster

Jetting off to explore the other side of the world was the most incredible decision and moment of my life! The next two years were filled with awesome adventures, wild rides and filled with the greatest and treasured memories. Having the freedom to up and leave on […]

Laos New Year The Songkran Survival Guide

Laos New Year The Songkran Survival Guide

Asian New Year. When I hear these words I think of Thailand, Water Pistols, Paint Powder or basically, the worlds biggest water fight. So when I got the email through reminding me that travelling to Laos in early April means Asian New Year. I thought, […]

Going Home After Two Years on the Road

Going Home After Two Years on the Road

Sitting in a hostel in Bangkok, making conversation with another solo backpacker as I have done a million times. This time though we are on different ends of our trip. Bangkok is his first stop and today. Well today is the day my two years of […]

Scuba Diving in Milford Sound

Scuba Diving in Milford Sound

After taking a year-long break from Scuba Diving and missing my certification by one dive; it was time to suit up and take the plunge – literally – back into the cold water. But this time, I wasn’t heading into the dark depths of the […]


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