Monday, 20 May 2019

Category: Travelling

Apsley Gorge

Apsley Gorge

Apsley Gorge “Top Walks in Tasmania” Melanie Ball      Apsley Gorge . Score a trifecta on this east-coast hinterland bushwalk: waterholes, spectacular dolerite geology and virgin eucalypt forest.    Apsley Gorge. Sit quietly in Apsley Gorge and marvel at the power of water and time Walk. Apsley Gorge 6km out-and-back Time required. Apsley Gorge […]

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churches

The Churches Before The Fifteenth Century

Betjeman’s Best British Churches Updated by Richard Surman The Churches Before The Fifteenth Century Churches. To imagine our church in earliest times of Christian England is, alas, to enter the controversial world of archaeology. There was a Christian Church in the Roman settlement at Silchester, Berkshire, and its remains have been excavated. It had an apse […]

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silverdale

Silverdale Travelling. Morecambe Bay

The Cumbria Coastal Way by Ian and Krysia Brodie Silverdale Travelling. Morecambe Bay Silverdale. The first section of the walk leads from the Lancashire Coastal Path round the imposing estuary where the Rivers Kent and Leven and their tributaries merge into the tidal expanse. Before tracks were turnpiked or the railways constructed, most people travelling […]

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Bruny Island

Bruny Island. Cape Queen Elizabeth

“Top Walks in Tasmania” Melanie Ball HOBART REGION CAPE QUEEN ELIZABETH (BRUNY ISLAND)     White sand, turquoise water, geological artistry, massed wildflowers and only moderate hills make this one of Australia’s great short coastal walks.   Walk. Bruny Island: 13km return Time required. Bruny Island: 4 hours (longer if you loll on the beach) […]

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Idols

The Giant, Multi-Ton Idols on Island

 Francis Mazier Mysterious Easter Island The Giant, Multi-Ton Idols on Island “The giant, multi-ton idols are defeated. Broken, overturned face down or no heads at all, they are scattered throughout the island, as dumb evidence of a catastrophe that once happened here, ”. Almost 900 idols were found on a piece of island with an […]

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