Why are so many people drawn to walking a Camino de Santiago? As I share in my book A Wild Woman’s Guide to the Camino De Santiago, there are many reasons. One is the need to heal a broken heart. I saw many people grieving during my first Camino Frances in 2016, sitting by the […]
Howl. Are You Ready To Let Go And Live?
Many years ago, I spent two wild months roaming the beautiful country of New Zealand. It’s home to outdoor life, extreme sports, good wine, and I loved all of it. New Zealand is a playground for adrenaline junkies. It’s not for the fainthearted: bungee jumps, sky diving, zorbing, and zip lining to name a few. […]
How Loving My Dog Through Taught Me That Love Has The Power To Transform.
If you have followed my adventures for a while, you may know that I am the very proud guardian of a little pup called Willy, my adventure partner-in-crime, William came into my life in January 2013. I was living close to Malaga on the Mediterranean coast in Andalucia, so I searched online for a dog […]
J.K. Rowling’s Wisdom On Hitting Rock Bottom Helped Me During My Darkest Hours
In 2011, I was a 33-year-old practising litigation lawyer in the United Kingdom. I had it all, apparently. That’s what society told me. The power job with all the “trappings” that went with it. The beautiful home and sports car on the drive. A wardrobe of designer clothes and a disposable income that would turn […]
What The Camino De Santiago Can Teach Us About The Homeless.
I remember the first time I fully understood that some people didn’t have a home. While on holiday on the Costa Brava in northern Spain as a child, we’d taken a day trip to Barcelona. I saw a man asleep on a cardboard box on the pavement. My nine-year-old brain couldn’t fathom out why he […]
An Island Full Of Friendly Wolves? Take Me There Now!
When I heard that there’s an island out there full of friendly wolves, my first words were, “Take me there now!” Oh my, I could be a woman who runs with the wolves! As I´m known for being a wild woman living life as an adventure. I have a fascination for wolves and their wildish […]
Ethical Travel. How Slow Can You Go?
In 2004, I set off on what would be my first travelling adventure to wander and wonder at the world we live in. A full year away, travelling on a whim to wherever the wind blew me. No responsibilities, no ties, and definitely no clocks. They say that to travel is the only thing you […]