Category: walks and hikes

Walking Kuala Lumpur

Walking in a city where anything on wheels is superior to anything without is more than just putting one foot in front of the other. More than just Lift, Step, Repeat. It’s not always...

Coming to terms with knee pain

It’s funny when it finally hits us that we have knees. They’ve been with us since we were born but knees don’t seem to figure very highly on the scale of Important Body Parts,...

Somewhere in Scotland-2

Into the Highlands, and arriving at the end After spending an extra day at Crianlarich exploring some local trails, I walk to Inveroran, a tiny settlement along the West Highland Way. There are no...

Somewhere in Scotland-1

  THE first few drops of rain take me by surprise even when they shouldn’t. It was as though I never saw them coming and yet I had seen the darkening sky and the...

Walking the Ridgeway

  There is something about the winter that makes it different from other times of the year, but it is not the cold. It is not the cold breath that escapes whenever you exhale,...

Walking the West Highland Way

The West Highland Way is Scotland’s most popular long-distance walk. It runs for 96 miles (154.5kms) from a suburb of Glasgow called Milngavie (pronounced ‘mull-guy’), and ends in Fort William in the Scottish Highlands....

Listen

The human mind works in strange ways. It tells us what to do and how to do it, but we don’t always understand why. When I set up this blog four years ago, I didn’t...