It’s finally here! Our guided adventure for all the solo travellers out there. We’ve been bombarded with this request for years! After cherry picking kayaking guides who know every nook and cranny of the islands, and drawing from all our experience running our traditional self-guided trips, we’ve put together a fantastic exploration of Saint Anna … Read moreSolo Travellers Unite!
The kayaking season may be over but the memories are still fresh I’m back in London now. Back in a desk. Back at work. And I can’t help thinking about the season that has just passed. I’m going to use this last blog post as an opportunity to say my thank you’s to all the … Read moreA Summer in Saint Anna
The word “qajaq” or “kayak” comes from the indigenous people of Greenland and literally translates to “hunter’s boat” I’m not much of a history person, or one for having a memory bank of facts, but when I read a tweet about the first kayaks ever made – I was intrigued. We are now halfway through … Read moreHistory of the Hunting Boat
So who is the Canadian girl who left London for a Swedish summer in a kayak? It’s a me, Mario! Jokes, it’s Justine, and I’m here in Sankt (Saint for those of us who aren’t Swedish) Anna for the summer working for Do The North. To get to the short of it, I left my … Read moreKanelbulle in a Kayak