Thursday, 17 Jan 2019

Category: Travelling

Travel is like a way of thinking

Travel as a Lifestyle

   Travel is a Lifestyle “Only two things we’ll regret on deathbed – that we are a little loved and little traveled.” © Mark Twain Traveling is one of the most wonderful things in the world. Someone cannot imagine his life without travel, without new adventures and emotions, and someone is working hard all year round, just to go somewhere for a week and […]

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Historic Richmond Town

HOBART REGION. HISTORIC RICHMOND TOWN Richmond Bridge is said to be haunted by several ghosts.    Follow in the footsteps of convicts, military officers, innkeepers and a Dickens character as you explore the streets of one of Tasmania’s most historic towns. Historic Richmond Town Walk. Historic Richmond Town: 4km loop Time required. Historic Richmond Town: 2 […]

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Berkshire

Berkshire. Exiting Traveling by Bicycle

“Best 100-Mile Bike Routes” Chris Sidwells This ride looks at the western Chilterns, the section that’s in Oxfordshire and only brushed by the Chilterns 100-mile ride. It also explores some of the adjoining and much more open Berkshire Downs, and the racehorse-training country around Lambourn. Finally, it pays homage to a classic 100-mile cycle race […]

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Chauncy Vale

Chauncy Vale. Beautiful Tasmania

HOBART REGION. CHAUNCY VALE CAVES   Leave underground caving to the wetsuit-clad and discover the joys of dry caving on an easy walk in the heart of Tasmania.   Walk. Chauncy Vale: 7km loop Time required. Chauncy Vale: 2-3 hours Best time. Chauncy Vale: Mild, clear day in spring or autumn (the lagoon and creek dry up […]

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North Essex

Welcome to North Essex

North Essex is hilly despite most of it lying beneath the 100-metres contour. That means there are no long climbs, and not many steep ones, but there are plenty of hills. It’s what competitive cyclists call good racing country, and there used to be a very big race in this area, the Essex Grand Prix. It […]

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