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Happy 1 Year Blogiversary to Us!

I cannot believe how quickly time flies. One year ago, I moved to away from my family, from a city that I loved in a country that I loved. One year ago, Angus and I started this very blog, in the hopes of documenting our adventures but never expecting so much out of it. One year ago, we had no effing clue what SEO even meant. Yet, here we are, Angus and Vivian Adventures is as alive as ever and...

Christ of the Abyss

Christ of the Abyss (Cristo degli Abissi) is this stunning bronze statue submerged beneath 20 meters of pristine water in the bay of San Fruttuoso. We travelled all the way to Portofino just to freedive here and it was well worth it. The bronze statue was put there by Guido Galletti in 1954. There are now 3 more casts around the world but this is the original. I think that this state is taken from a cast which was found...

Swiftcover Presents Chris Ramsey's Comedy Hotspots

Swiftcover Presents Chris Ramsey’s Comedy Hotspots: A Review

I love me a good laugh. The kind the sends you off your chair, snorting, gasping for a breath, putting tears to your eyes and making your abs a bit sore. It is my favourite kind of laugh. Thanks to the infamous Fringe Festival, Glasgow and Edinburgh have associations with big comedy acts. Apparently, cities north of the Watford Gap are claimed to be pretty hilarious! I personally think I’m pretty funny. But then again, I think I’m the weird...

Go Ape Aberfoyle tree top adventure
ParkLives Glasgow 4 Week Challenge

ParkLives Glasgow Recap

Time seriously FLIES. We’re already on the last week of our ParkLives Glasgow Series. We felt like we had only just started! This week we went back to our favourite event, FT Fit. For those of you who haven’t read our Week 1 post, FT Fit is essentially a 45 minute “boot camp” style class at Bellahouston Park. Expect to be doing lots of body weight workouts and getting those toned muscles! Since we had such a great time with...

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Open Water Swimming – Loch Collie Bharr

I was never the biggest enthusiast of open water swimming, until I moved to Scotland that is. It was just never a big thing in my family and friends. Open water swimming only existed when you were next to a beach, and in 90 degree weather. However, since moving to Scotland and having Angus as a partner, I’ve become more much inclined to plop myself into a cold body of water.   When Angus and I spent a weekend in...