Day hike of Seven Sisters – Seaford to Birling Gap

I checked off the iconic walk of the Seven Sisters down by Brighton on a brilliantly blue early summer day. Headed down to Seaford by train, an easy 2 hour ride from London. From the train station, I walked across the small town to the Seaford Head Golf Course, where the sight of the imposing …

Weekend in Stonehenge, Bristol, and Bath

Another weekend, another road trip outside of London. This time we headed to Stonehenge, Bristol, Bath and Lacock, all conveniently clustered close to one another 2.5 hours outside of London. Getting out - and back in - of central London was the annoying bit, especially since sitting in start and stop traffic in a manual …

Enjoying London and its surrounds

I've been enjoying life in London and its surrounds, with mini excursions during the week and explorations further afield on the weekends. For most of trips, I've been content to leave my bulky DSLR behind, trusting instead in my much less conspicuous phone camera to capture the memories. The delightful thing about the UK, however, …

Hiking and camping the Coastal Track in Royal National Park

For our 6th wedding anniversary, and to check off Jeff's bucket list, we went camping with some friends along the Coastal Track down at Royal National Park. This is a super popular hiking trail - with camping reservations booked out at least 3 months in advance. This was our third - or was it fourth?! …