Bath on the Cotswold Way

The Cotswolds | England’s Living History

They say you should never meet your heroes, as they’re destined to disappoint. A little harsh, I think, but I can understand…

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Walk the walk, for Biodiversity

Without biodiversity we’d all be in trouble. An understatement to say the least. The Convention on Biological Diversity, in Switzerland, estimates roughly…

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Slow Travel – lessons from a man with a whip

Slow travel is pretty self-explanatory. It’s about taking your time, and not rushing. It’s about getting there at a leisurely pace, and…

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How to Become a Dual Pilgrim, and More Importantly, Why…?

A “Dual Pilgrim” is someone who has walked both the Kumano Kodo and the Way of St.James (Camino de Santiago). The Dual…

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Aboriginal Rock Art

Amazing Places to See Aboriginal Rock Art in Australia

If you know where to look, Australia is an incredible record of life on earth. Underneath a jetty at Hamelin Pool in…

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Wild Animals of the Larapinta Trail

For one of the most isolated places on earth, the Larapinta Trail has a surprising amount to offer those who make the…

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