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The Abandoned House, Shining Cliff Woods


Past a small market town in north Derbyshire lies Shining Cliff Woods. It was a cold January day when Ben and I explored this creepy and supposedly haunted patch of forest. The remnants of Derbyshire’s industrial past are scattered throughout this region, giving it a rich history. I’m talking ruined manor houses, converted mills and

Trekking to Mae Yen Waterfall, Pai


A tip from a friend of ours led us north of Chiang Mai to the little town of Pai. It’s tucked away in the mountains along a very winding road, one with about 762 switchbacks! Pai is a peaceful haven of cute cafes, stunning scenery and boutique shops. It’s a place full of expats and hippies, but with enough soul

Elephant Jungle Sanctuary | Part 2


Wow, almost a month since I last blogged and so much has happened! For personal reasons, we’ve had to come back to the UK and put our travels on a temporary hiatus (nope, I’m not pregnant). BUT I still have so many photos and videos to share from our time in Thailand, and we are still

Sleepover at Elephant Sanctuary | Pt 1.


It’s taken me a long time to write this – it’s so difficult trying to sum up these two days into one blog! But one thing I can say, is that I feel very privileged to have had this experience, and it’s one I think anyone should be able to do at least once in their life.

Face to Face with Dragons!


Arriving to Komodo National Park feels like you’re on the set of a dinosaur film franchise. Instead of the busy port town I expected, we were greeted by a looming concrete pier, rudely jutting out to sea from a desolate, yellow sand beach. The dark treeline had a gap which suggested that was where we were supposed to

Exploring the Komodo Archipelago


I’m struggling to put into words the beauty, majesty and wildness of Komodo National Park. It’s a place with the power to leave you speechless, an archipelago of Jurassic islands, white sand beaches and prehistoric reptiles. It was 5am when we climbed onto the small wooden boat that was to take us out that morning. There was

Haunted Paradise Island


Gili Trawangan might appear entirely and utterly flat, but a few sharp eyed visitors might notice a fairly prominent hill that rises to the south-west of the island. You’d be forgiven for never knowing it was there, and I’m sure most people leave the island completely oblivious to it’s existence. It was marked as ‘Gili

Into the Coconut Forest


When you cross the middle of Gili Trawangan, you’ll see small villages, local huts, new mini-resorts and a few cows, all dotted within a seemingly never ending forest of palm trees. They stretch as far as you can see, lining the main path that links two sides of the island. Most afternoons, after the midday

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Chesca

↠ a travelogue of adventures ↠ travelling the world with my love and working as we go. these are our stories.

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currently ↠ Chiang Mai, Thailand

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  •  sometimes I can hear my bones straining under the
  •  a hidden water shrine tucked away behind the busy
  • What Id give to be back on Gili T beneath
  • Taken about a year ago one misty afternoon on Dartmoor
  • New video up on YouTube when we went to Winnats
  • Its a slow Monday today filled with lots of tea
  • If you go down to the woods today new blog
  • We went and explored some abandoned creepy places including this
  • Bit of a change from Thailand! Were back in the

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