Endless daylight, endless forests and endless lakes. These are the things I'll remember about Lapland.
48 hours after becoming involved with the Amazon expedition, I found myself piling kit into a rucksack and heading North for Windermere..
It's well over two years now, since I returned from my last expedition with BSES, and I still can't grow a proper expedition beard. ..
I've still got a big grin on my face, from ear to ear. Yesterday the team at BBC Radio Devon invited me live on air to talk about my ambition to follow in the footsteps of Captain Scott..
As some of you might have read, I'm lucky enough to be in with a chance of joining the International Scott Centenary Expedition, that will head to Antarctica next year..
A budding explorer from Essex who has been inspired by Captain Robert Scott of the Antarctic, will have the chance to prove that they have got what it takes to follow in the legendary Royal Navy Officer's footsteps..
I consider myself pretty fortunate really, because from time to time I get to speak to young people from schools, youth groups and universities on behalf of BSES, a youth development charity..
After much deliberating concerning the route we finally decided on a suitable plan involving seven peaks. We began with an early start heading east to the steepest looking mountain..
I've been extremely lucky to be sponsored by a number of great organisations. Without them, I wouldn't have had the experiences I've had, and I probably wouldn't be writing this article..
The British Schools Exploring Society, is a youth development charity, based at the Royal Geographical Society, London.
A-level results day was going to be etched on my mind for years to come, I knew that months before..
Madagascar is the world’s 4th largest island; it is also the 4th poorest country, with almost 70% of the population under the international poverty line of $1.25 a day..