9 Things to do after a Mega Event – A Survival Guide | Guest Post by Andy Wright 

If, like me, you’ve just returned from a hugely enjoyable but hectic time at a Mega Event, you’ll probably also share with me the sense of loss that comes with returning to ‘normal life’ and the feeling that something is missing. In my case it was this year’s UK Mega event at Bicton College in … More 9 Things to do after a Mega Event – A Survival Guide | Guest Post by Andy Wright 

The Gobbins Coastal Path: July Hike with a Difference | The Geocaching Junkie

Hailed as the most dramatic walk in Europe, The Gobbins coastal path at Islandmagee, County Antrim has been on my ‘must-do’ list ever since it was reopened in August 2015, after an almost six decade long closure. It was closed again in June 2016 due to increasing rock fall, but was partially opened in June … More The Gobbins Coastal Path: July Hike with a Difference | The Geocaching Junkie

Exploring Castle Ward: A House of Two Halves | The Geocaching Junkie

If you read about my day at Chatsworth House in Derbyshire, you’re no doubt aware of my recent obsession with Downton Abbey (yes, I was very late to the period drama party!). Our tour of the house and grounds of Chatsworth was a very grand and romanticised experience and whet my appetite for more of the … More Exploring Castle Ward: A House of Two Halves | The Geocaching Junkie

Summer Geocaching Souvenirs & the Friend League Explained | The Geocaching Junkie

This week, Geocaching HQ announced a new feature called Friend League. The feature goes along with The Lost Treasure of Mary Hyde, which is the ‘theme’ of the summer souvenir cycle that runs from 15th July to 13th August. I’ve seen some confusion over how to earn the summer souvenirs, so thought I would do a … More Summer Geocaching Souvenirs & the Friend League Explained | The Geocaching Junkie

A Walk in the Garden: Bray Head | The Geocaching Junkie

I recently wrote on my Facebook page about my desire to make every blog post I publish as close to perfection as I can manage. Blogging can be time-consuming but I love it and don’t plan on stopping anytime soon. Lately however I’ve been extremely busy with a new position at my 9-5 (blogging is … More A Walk in the Garden: Bray Head | The Geocaching Junkie