Time for adventure

Microadventuring offers you a chance to escape your routine and discover new places, no matter how busy you are, writes Jasper Winn.

25th May, 2013
Microadventuring enables people to sleep under the stars by night and be in work for 9am. Photo: Alastair Humphreys

Over a recent cold, wet and windy weekend, I spent three nights in a stone hut in west Cork. There was no electricity. Water came from a stream. Heat, light and cooking depended on a fire made from scavenged sticks. It was a 5km walk on a track over hills and bog from the nearest village. I'd carried in food, a few books and a sleeping bag in a rucksack. During the days, I walked....

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