Adventure with Adam is for the budding adventurer. You do not have to be rich, highly qualified or give up your job in order to live a life of adventure. Adventure can be found by simply spending more time outdoors and travelling. By doing things that are not in your comfort zone.
SUPER QUICK GUIDE TO INTERRAILING IN EUROPE
Interrailing is one of the most popular methods of travelling through Europe during a summer holiday or extended break. It is considered to be cheap, provide freedom and due to the excellent rail network in Europe, you can pretty much travel to any European country via train. Read More.
6 STEPS TO PLAN YOUR FIRST ADVENTURE
It is easy to make excuses and think that having a full-time job stops you from living a life of adventure. This is not the case. Time is our most precious commodity and if being outdoors makes you happy, you should do it more often. Read More.
WALKING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS
Walking with the wounded (WWTW) are a charity that raises funds to retrain and re-skill wounded veterans and support them in finding new careers outside the military. Over Christmas, they run a campaign called ‘Walking Home for Christmas’. People are encouraged to walk home from their place of work, in groups or as individuals, to raise money for the charity. Read More.
BUSKING TO BELFAST
In July 2016, I cycled from my North Yorkshire to Northern Ireland with no money. I set myself the challenge of busking with a ukulele and my not so wonderful voice. The challenge here was not the cycling and sleeping wild. It was to be able to live from the money that my limited talent could bring in. Read More.