My life on a small traditional farmstead in a Lake District valley requires me to be outdoors on the hills in a lot of serious weather, rain or shine. Going out is not a hobby, or an option, it’s an absolute requirement to get every animal checked
This month Rohantime Talks to Miranda Krestovnikoff. Best known for presenting the BBC’s Coast series, Miranda is also an avid diver and marine and wildlife conservationist. How did you get your big break into the BBC and presenting? I studied Zoology at University and during my summer holidays I managed […]
We still haven’t quite worked out crossing roads! Amy and I have checked into a traditional Thai wooden guest house run by a very friendly local family. A little spartan but it suits us down to the ground and for only 4 pound a night too! We had an interesting […]
I am typing this post whilst escaping the mid-day heat in a Chiang Mai cafe. Its quite a culture shock when you first arrive in Thailand but I have adjusted well. We, my girlfriend Amy and I, started in Bangkok for the first couple of days. It is very much a love/hate […]
Fiona Russell (aka FionaOutdoors) talks to Rohantime. It is a great please to introduce Rohantime readers to Fiona Russell, someone who spends her life in the great outdoors. Outdoor Journalist…
Why this train? This night on this train? The Calcutta to Delhi train is one of the classic overnight Indian rail journeys. In India the train service is split into multiple classes. You have the scrum of unreserved third, and frankly that scares me. Then you have reserved third that […]
Recently I spent a lovely day with Ricard and David at their Rohan shop in Hebden Bridge. Despite snow on the Calder hills and a bitter wind some long-standing Rohanists and old friends braved the weather. We had some great …
It is no surprise that some of the first Gift Your Gear donations have been received by an organisation only a stones throw away from where Rohan started. The Yorkshire Dales is very close to Rohan’s heart.