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The Backpacker Chronices – Week 5

What I've been up to  As you may have read last week, I was legit sick with a parasitic infection, which was rough to say the least. After moping around for about a week, feeling sorry for myself and waiting for the sickness to pass on its own, I finally called it, and went to… Continue reading The Backpacker Chronices – Week 5

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food, health, Mindfulness, running, travel

The Backpacker Chronicles – Week 4

This weeks itinerary was thankfully a little more restful than previous weeks, going simply from Flores --> Semuc Champey --> Antigua. What I've been up to I spent two full days of the week travelling on busses - firstly on Monday from Flores to Semuc Champey, and then on Friday from Semuc Champey to Antigua.… Continue reading The Backpacker Chronicles – Week 4

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Five Minute Review: North by Scott Jurek

I made it one of my 2019 goals to read more, averaging two books a month. I want to share these with you, bringing back my old Five Minute Reviews. Because frankly, who has time for long book reviews these days? The Premise Ultra runner Scott Jurek and badass wife and support Jenny Jurek chronicle… Continue reading Five Minute Review: North by Scott Jurek

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The Backpacker Chronicles – Week 3

Hey team! Thanks so much for all the love on my last post. I'll definitely share some of my top tips for Bacalar, as well as a sunburn update. Anyhow let's jump on into my third week of backpacking round Central America. I started off the week I'm San Ignacio, a lovely Belizian border town… Continue reading The Backpacker Chronicles – Week 3

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The Backpacker Chronicles Week 2

Well hello there! Firstly, thanks for all the lovely comments on last weeks post, they were really appreciated. Now, time to jump into this weeks adventures, which include kayaking, second degree sunburn and most importantly, iguanas! I started my second week in Bacalar, a gorgeous town at the edge of a seven coloured lagoon. No… Continue reading The Backpacker Chronicles Week 2