Book Review: For the Exe by Stephen Reynolds

I got sent a copy of this for free because the author and I follow each other on Instagram. It came with a lovely note from the author, and having finished reading, using the note as a bookmark, I'm going to put both away safely. I've read three of Reynolds' books about his walking adventures, … Continue reading Book Review: For the Exe by Stephen Reynolds

Book Review: The Nomad En Suite by Stephen Reynolds

This is the third of Reynolds' books about his walking trips following from his travels on the South West Coast Path and the West Highland Way. Reynolds' funny writing, clear enjoyment in walking and my own love of nature were a big inspiration in my adding "Walk the Wales Coastal Path" to my bucket list, … Continue reading Book Review: The Nomad En Suite by Stephen Reynolds

Book Review: Kicking off in North Korea by Tim Hartley

Another night shift read, and one of those books that makes my feet itch as Tim Hartley writes a series of remembrances and snapshots from his travels. The title is a reference to a football match watched in North Korea and the sport is a recurring theme as Hartley catches matches all over the world. … Continue reading Book Review: Kicking off in North Korea by Tim Hartley

Book Review: Race to the Pole by James Cracknell and Ben Fogle

Ben Fogle is one of a select group of posh Englishmen I actually quite like. He makes decent television programmes, in a warm and slightly twee way, and seems like a decent bloke who has done some cool things. One of these was rowing across the Atlantic ocean with James Cracknell, Olympic Gold Medal winning … Continue reading Book Review: Race to the Pole by James Cracknell and Ben Fogle