Tag Archives: Wales
Posted on 25. Mar, 2013 by Dan Collins.
Early last year myself and a few adventurous friends of mine booked ourselves on to a ‘Go Below’ experience – it’s basically an adventure exploring the abandoned mines of Snowdonia in North Wales. This year the group we booked through have opened an ‘extreme’ version and so half of the original group plus a few [...]
Posted on 29. Nov, 2012 by Dan Collins.
As the seasons turn and Mother Nature gracefully bows out to Jack Frost, the days in this sleepy little Welsh town where I live grow shorter every day. The rolling green fields that surround my house now sparkle in the mornings from dew turned in to tiny icicles. The wind brings a chill that sends [...]
Posted on 17. Sep, 2012 by Dan Collins.
If you’re a keen follower you will have noticed from my Facebook I’ve recently become a fully qualified scuba diver! I’ve been learning on and off for what seems like bloody ages now (I broke my arm at the start of the course so we had to wait a while) but last weekend all of [...]
Posted on 15. Aug, 2012 by Dan Collins.
Have you ever wanted to go White Water rafting but don’t have 5 friends that you totally trust with your life while you’re hurtling down rapids surrounded by crazy scary rocks in a rubber boat? Well I’ve got some super-awesome-cala-fragalistic-expelliarmus news for you… now you can do it on your own. Yes folks this tale [...]
Posted on 26. Mar, 2012 by Dan Collins.
One would think that diving down in to abandoned mines, flooded caverns and pitch black caves where the only available light is coming from small lamps attached to your helmet would be absolute hell… I on the other hand paid to do it and took 5 of my friends with me. If that’s not a [...]