Tuesday, 18 Sep 2018

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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isla guadalupe

Isla Guadalupe. Mexico

Patric Douglas had never thought much about great white sharks—let alone diving with them. But after his first encounter, he was hooked. “I was running a company leading people on outdoor-oriented adventures,” Patric began, “and accompanied a fellow who was taking guests on shark-viewing expeditions off the Farallon Islands, west of San Francisco. We were […]

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The Lammermuir Hills

The Lammermuir Hills. Southern Scotland

The Lammermuir Hills have the look of English moorland rather than Scottish mountain. They aren’t high; Meikle Says Law at 532 metres is the roof of the Lammermuirs, or Lammermoor as the area was known. They share a landscape with neighbouring Northumberland. Even the hills’ suffixes, Law and Rig, are just as common south of […]

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akumal

Akumal. Mexico

For many divers, Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula conjures up images of the shimmering green waters of the western Caribbean and Cozumel, with perhaps a sidelong glance at the ruins of Tulum. For Roxanne Pennington, the Yucatán means cenotes.“Outside of Akumal, Mexico, there are underwater caverns that the Mayans believed were sacred,” Roxanne began. “The water is […]

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Knapdale – a Pearl of Southern Scotland

Knapdale isn’t the obvious choice for a bike ride. It’s a lonely, weather-beaten extension to Scotland, hanging down between the mainland and Jura, and separated from both by either sea or sea loch. A narrow waist of land connects Knapdale to Argyll in the north, and an even narrower neck connects it to Kintyre in […]

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