I’ve done a lot, but there is so much more I want to do.
My name is Cadi [kah-dee]. Born in Wales, raised in Los Molinos at the Sunseed Desert Technology Project in Spain and travelled in a type II VW campervan through Europe as a child.
As well as being a current undergraduate at the University of East Anglia, studying English Literature with Creative Writing, I’m a writer for the online publication Exploration, 2013-2014 President for UEA VegBox, Treasurer for UEA Greens & Social Secretary for UEA People and Planet, a keen photographer, mountaineer, vegetarian, biscuit dunking tea lover, coffee connoisseur, aspiring photojournalist, tree hugging, and incense happy 20 year old.
As much as I love having a home, I live and breathe for travelling.
2009 - Spent the Summer working in a school in Kenya.
2010 - Gap year: Climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania for Christmas Day.
2011 - Gap year: Welcomed the New Year in with friends from the climb at Lake Naivasha. Spent the Summer again teaching and working in the community in Kenya.
2012 - Headed to Nepal at the end of March. Trekked to Annapurna Base Camp, volunteered in Pokhara Rainbow Orphanage, and spent some time in the temples of Kathmandu.
2013 - Returned to Nepal, spent time in Kathmandu and trekked to Everest Base Camp during the 60th Anniversary year of the first ascent of Mount Everest by Tenzing and Hilary.