Staring in my first TV Advert for Australia’s No 1 selling Dairy Brand. Dare Iced Coffee.
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I write about my 3 weeks with legendary international tour guide Brendan Sheerin on Coach trip – Road to Tenerife.
Brendan hooks us up with some pottery making and alpaca grooming
The tour continues its stopover in Porto, where we get tipsy on the local tipple and show their sensitive sides singing traditional Portuguese folk music
The coach crosses into Portugal and stops in Melgaço, where an adrenaline-fuelled day of white water rafting followed by bridge jumping awaits the tourists
In the Spanish port of Vigo, Brendan takes the group sailing catamarans and some wild dolphins cause excitement. And a seafood feast goes down the wrong way.
We arrive in beautiful Santiago de Compostela, where Brendan causes a stir with a surprising showjumping class and some creative flower arranging
We are in La Coruña getting in touch with their artistic side, painting their fellow tourists in the style of Picasso, before having a heated judo class
Day six and the tourists are up the Asturian hills in Spain. They battle it out in an archery contest before relaxing with aerial yoga.
The coach arrives in Gijón, in Spain, where Brendan takes us to a traditional cider pouring class and a lesson with some local folk dancers
Day 4 on the coach & I got to tick off a major Bucket list goal! Flyboarding! It was incredible
Day 3 on the Rd to Tenerife & I guess you could say I got a little excited with the 2 new hot arrivals
Day two and we made our way to the beautiful city of San Sebastian in Spain on the border of France. We went paddle boarding, I’m not a big beachie person, I was shocked at how many of the tourists couldn’t swim/ were quite scared of the waves.