Thursday, 17 Jan 2019

Category: Travelling

Tips for a Vacation in Tasmania

Tips for a Vacation in Tasmania

If you plan a Vacation in Tasmania, our information will be very useful for you. Tread a path along coastal cliffs from Australia’s oldest shot tower to a dog-friendly, beach-front suburb that dishes up delicious food and great coffee. Vacation in Tasmania Walk: 4.7km A to B Time required: 2-3 hours Best time: Year-round Grade: […]

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The Forest of Dean

The Forest of Dean is a beauty and a beast. It is an ancient wood with many secrets, both old and new, but its sylvan glades are draped over some very hilly terrain. That makes cycling hard here, but it brings rewards, and not just the satisfaction and glow of crossing hard terrain using your […]

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Cheshire. The most Beautiful Places in England

A bike ride isn’t a bike ride without hills. Well, that’s my excuse for sticking some killer hills in at the end of this one. Most of them aren’t even in Cheshire, but in neighbouring Staffordshire. However, they provide a fantastic view over the Cheshire Plain, one where on a clear day you can trace […]

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Truganini. Mysterious Tasmania

Truganini. Mysterious Tasmania

“Top Walks in Tasmania” Melanie Ball TRUGANINI. HOBART REGION  Enjoy late afternoon light from the Signal Station Brasserie:   A memorial to Tasmanian Aboriginal culture and communication history, with sweeping views thrown in, this mostly-forest walk climbs from riverbank to 19thcentury signal station.   Walk: 5.1km out-and-back Time required: 2 hours Best time: Clear day […]

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The Wirral

The Wirral. Tips for Traveling by Bicycle

The Wirral peninsula lies between the Dee and Mersey estuaries and has something of an island feel because of it. It’s a busy place; the whole north-east side of the Wirral is built up and is really part of the Greater Merseyside conurbation, although the only links to Liverpool are via tunnels and on the […]

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