Tag Archive: Walking

Seasalter, Whitstable and Friendship (and Many Pictures!)

At the weekend I stayed at a friend’s chalet in Seasalter, between Whitstable and Faversham on the Kent coast. It is one of my favourite places to relax and collect my thoughts. It sits immediately on the beach leaving nothing around…
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There is More to Kinderdijk than Just Windmills!

15km east of Rotterdam is Kinderdijk (children’s dike), world-famous for its nineteen iconic windmills. In 1997 the site was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list, an obligation being all mills must be kept in their original state and with…
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Music Makes the World go Round – My Top 5 Travelling Tunes

Those overpowering and uncontrollable range of raw emotions, happy or sad, excited or deflated. An energy you can physically feel running through your bones, those notes that make you shiver or those lyrics so true to circumstance. Music is so…
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Get Lost in the Peak District

  Deep contrasting colours in a land oozing natural beauty, diversity and serenity. A myriad of rolling hills, rivers, springs, gritstone edges, dales and caverns to name a few highlights. Everything one dreams of and more when thinking of rural…
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Amsterdam My Way – Top 10 Tips and Things to do

Have I ever told you how much I adore Amsterdam? No? Well I do. I bloody love it; more than any other city in the world. I have looooooads to say about Amsterdam, and in due course I will be…
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