Jet, set, go! My favourite travel pieces for summer 2017

We’re all going on a summer holiday – pack your bags with these travel-friendly treats, including my go-to carry-on suitcase, comfy flats, sporty sunglasses and the best smelling insect repellent ever.   Summer travel favourites Delsey Caumartin suitcase, £149 from…

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Summer wild swimming adventures in Seasalt

Ah, summer, is that (finally) you? I’ve been spending most of June splashing about on the Cornish coast and diving into hidden green lakes, so it seems fitting that my second Seasalt style post is all about summery swimwear and…

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My new column: In the Moment magazine

I’m so excited to announce that I’ll be the travel columnist for beautiful new magazine In the Moment, a practical guide to living your life well. Each month I’ll be covering mindful travel, little adventures and the small pleasures to…

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Review: North Face Base Camp duffel bag from Millets

Rugged, water resistant and allergic to rips and tears, North Face’s Base Camp duffels are a staple bit of kit for far-flung adventures. Here’s my review of the large duffel, £86.25 from Millets.

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A cycling and bivvying adventure in the Wye Valley

Last weekend Charlie and I went on a very British adventure, cycling from the Malverns to the Wye Valley. We gatecrashed a cricket match, tagged along to an age-old summer festival and kipped in a bivvy bag by a beautiful…

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Sponsored post: coffee anytime, anywhere with Lyons coffee bags

If you’re as much of a caffeine addict as me, these little bags might change your life. Stick a Lyons coffee bags in your rucksack – they act just like teabags, except that they make a tasty cup of joe…

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Cycling to the Day of the Dead, Mexico

Last autumn I travelled to the cloud forests of Mexico with H+I Adventures to mountain bike in the Sierra Norte and write up the story for Outdoor Enthusiast magazine. You can read about my two-wheeled adventures in the new summer…

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Video: Snapshots of Mexico

Last autumn I travelled to the cloud forests of Mexico with H+I Adventures to mountain bike in the Sierra Norte and write up the story for Outdoor Enthusiast magazine. You can read about my two-wheeled adventures in the new summer…

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Sponsored post: Five summer adventures in Breckenridge, Colorado

If you’re looking to add a sense of excitement to your summer plans, head to Breckenridge, Colorado for a playground of outdoors activities against a glorious mountain backdrop.

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Seaside days in Seasalt stripes

Hello sailor! The first of my collaborations with Seasalt Cornwall is all about lazy spring days on the Cornish coast in sunshiny stripes.

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Review: Bern Parker cycling helmet

Cycling around town in the Bern Parker (£74.99)helmet, a good-looking and comfortable lid ideal for city commuters.

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Places to stay: Higher Brownstone Farm, Devon

Welcome to heaven, by way of Devon. If you could dream up the perfect place to escape for a weekend with all your friends, it would definitely look rather like Higher Brownstone Farm, one of the National Trust‘s lovely collection…

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Competition: win a Mute Collective lion sweatshirt

Get all brave in roar-some lion sweatshirt from awesome clothing brand Mute Collective. I have one sweat, worth £40, to give away.

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Places to stay: Snomads Eco Chalet, Bansko, Bulgaria

Want to ski somewhere a little different next winter? Head east to the mountains of Bulgaria. Bansko is not your average ski town, and fun, friendly Snomads is definitely not your average chalet.

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Easy camping hacks: 15 clever camping hacks and tricks

The sun is out and festival season is upon us – time to pack the tent and hit the road for a chilled-out camping session. And these 15 genius and easy camping hacks will make sleeping under canvas a breeze.…

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The best daysacks, chosen for The Independent

Heading for the great outdoors? Make sure you know where you’re going to stash all your gear first. A daysack, as the name implies, is a backpack large enough to fit all the essentials you’ll need for a ramble in…

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