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Tan Hill Inn, The Highest Pub in Britain

We were thinking of somewhere to have lunch and was in the area of the Upper Eden Valley. I wanted somewhere different so immediately...

The Kilburn White Horse, North Yorkshire

The sun was shining a little, Rusty was ready for some fresh air, a little trip out was needed to stretch the legs. Let's...

Solomon’s Temple – Buxton Landmark to Stunning Views

Solomon’s Temple with its superior views and a place for a splendid picnic, is one way to introduce you to one of Buxton’s landmark locations and a wonderful walking area it...

Norway – Hiking to Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock)

Preikestolen, or Pulpit Rock, as it is known in English. You may not recognise these names but I would suggest that more of you...

Ateshgah – The Fire Temple of Baku

Ateshgah, a place I have been in the past but wanted to see once more with more knowledge than just a passing tourist. A...

Azerbaijan – The Maiden Tower, Baku

It was my fourth visit to Azerbaijan and great to be back in Baku, the city, the capital. Personally it is one of my...

Pots and Pans, Saddleworth – A Memorable Walk

This must be one of the very first walks my father took me when a young child. I am Oldham born and bred and...

A Christmas Evening Walk Around York

York, a beautiful place to walk around any time of year, but Christmas makes the City come even more alive. Lights adorning landmarks and...

A Hen Cloud Ramble In The Roaches, Staffordshire

The rocky and rugged landscape near Leek in Staffordshire called the roaches is appealing to hikers, climbers, dog walkers and sightseers, it is steeped...

Lyme Hall and Park, A Cheshire Delight

Lyme Hall is a grade l listed building set amongst the most ornate gardens and surrounded by 1300 acres of estate and deer park which is made up of moorland and woodland...

Berlin Minimal – The Memorial to The Murdered Jews of Europe

It’s only a short walk from the Reichstag and the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin to the Memorial to The Murdered Jews of Europe.   It...

The Great Court of The British Museum, London

From the outside the British Museum looks like an old building worthy of its stature, but today I was heading for the museum's centre....

The Magic of Machu Picchu

In my previous blog about the Salkantay Trek – the arduous but amazing walk to Machu Picchu – I said that Machu Picchu deserved...

The North Cape – To The Top of Europe

I was aboard the Hurtigruten and had a whole plethora of excursions to take part in on our cruise around the Arctic coast of...

Peru – Conquering the Salkantay

After three days acclimatising in Cusco and a mad last-minute scramble to find a better trek deal (note – don’t book the Salkantay trek...

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