Short and sweet this week as I race to finish this book! Nearly there! And once I am, I long to return to the leisurely lyrical world of Inside the Travel Lab, bringing you soulful stories from the world’s longest (and most beautiful) war memorial, icy thrills from dogsledding in the Arctic circle and architecture from one of the richest nations on earth.
But first, a quick Friday break as we all push on to hit our deadlines around the world.
Ziplining in Antigua
This is ziplining in Antigua. And despite the fact that it took place 300 feet above the ground, soaring through the rainforest for up to 300 feet in one go, it felt far less frightening than this and this. And an awful lot more fun.
And this is it from afar…(I’m not the one on the wire in this video though.)
It was just the kind of distraction and pulse of adrenaline I needed. After all, it’s not good for any of us to spend too much time hunched over a desk.
See you in the air in the jungle – once I’ve gone and finished this book that is!
Disclosure – St James Club & Villas hosted my zip line tour in Antigua as part of the EliteHop project with British Airways. I paid for the video myself. None of them made me shriek at the end of the video, nor alter anything I wrote here. As ever, as always, amen.