The Daily Adventurer was born of a love of Nature and exploring the great outdoors, it’s benefits and beauty. In a year that has put limits on travel and conventional adventure, I wanted to flip the perception of what ‘Adventuring’ means. By creating and posting a weekly calendar of activities, the aim of this project is to get us all outside and doing something different everyday to benefit our heads and hearts. These little adventures act as daily prompts to get us exploring the worlds we live in. There is adventure in everything and it is up to us to find it!
The Ireland Way, or Slí na hEireann in Gaelic, is a walking/cycling route 1,000 km/620 miles long which begins in the rugged south-west coast of Ireland in the small fishing village of Castletownbere and ends in the north coast of Northern Ireland, just past the famous Giants Causeway. Along The Ireland Way you will explore seven mountain ranges, woodland, farmland, bogland, coasts, rivers and lakes across Ireland and Northern Ireland.