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The Top 10 Adventure Film Festivals When I first started going on adventures, (writes Leon) I did so just for me. I went out into the world naïve and full of wonder, with no idea of what I’d find or if I’d enjoy it (or if […] Read »
Adventure Film Festivals Summer may be over, but this is still one of my favourite times of year. It’s Adventure Film Festival season! Across the world there is a growing number of festivals showcasing the best in travel, expedition and mountain adventures. You should […] Read »
Why you should try your first Microadventure Britain’s landscape has been moulded by man and millennia of man’s activities that have destroyed or changed our original wilderness for ever. In these more enlightened times increasing numbers of people are passionate about protecting and preserving and restoring our […] Read »
The Boy Who Biked the World An exciting day, today (at least for me)… My eighth book goes on sale this morning. The Boy Who Biked the World – Part 3 completes my trilogy of books about a young boy called Tom who sets off on […] Read »
Why I began Microadventures Half a lifetime ago, I left home to spend a year in Africa. That was it. I was hooked. Adventure! Read »
My New Book is now Available! The Boy Who Biked the World, Part 3, is available now! Read »
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