Highgate Honeys visit St. Albans

The Highgate Honeys (comprised of my lovely flatmate Emma and me) hit the road on Saturday for a little tour of nearby St. Albans, a historic and exceptional friendly town a short drive from London. Upon arrival, we were stopped by 2 people offering unexpired parking passes for the public carpark. It was pretty obvious … More Highgate Honeys visit St. Albans

The lazy-person’s 10-step guide to urban microadventuring

It is a challenge to maintain the diametrically opposed identities of “laziest person ever” and “enthusiastic cyclist/eager adventurer.” Thankfully, I have sorted out a system to neatly integrate these two using this special step-by-step guide to lazy microadventuring. Step 1: Prepare to adventure. Take off your fluffy dressing gown and cozy slippers and put on … More The lazy-person’s 10-step guide to urban microadventuring

Hillwalking in Wicklow

The Irish morning was upon us, wet, windy, and spectacular. We donned our [somewhat inappropriate] runners, and headed out, nearly immediately soaked to the skin. Thankfully, boardwalks were lined with metal studs, which brilliantly allows you to walk on the wet wood without ruining yourself. This place was spectacular in every way. The rolling hills and … More Hillwalking in Wicklow

Beer & whiskey: Dublin’s essential liquids

We only had a limited time in Dublin, so decided to spend part of that learning about Dublin’s iconic drinks: Guinness and Jameson. First stop was the Guinness storehouse, which is a massive, 7-storey extravaganza dedicated to the brewing of this deep ruby-red elixir. While the exterior of the building maintains an old industrial vibe … More Beer & whiskey: Dublin’s essential liquids


Guess what, we are in DUBLIN! Leigh is on the Loose and we are ready to rumble! We started the tour with coffee (and tea for the Leigh). Dreamy! We wandered by the Dublin Castle to oogle this round tower, the only intact  medieval tower in Dublin. We also swung by the spectacular Christ Church Cathedral, which was … More Dublin