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It might be approaching two decades since I was a keen geography student on a field trip to the Cairngorms, to study glaciology, but over the course of a week in the Bernese Oberland in June this year the memories of what I learnt on that trip came flooding back... Read the full post
Posted: 08/07/2013 13:53:08 by Peter Hunt | with 1 comments



Yorkshire is great place to live and work, and I don’t just say that because I was brought up here and now live just south of York. As the largest county in England it contains unrivalled and very distinct landscapes of unequalled beauty; it has a proud history, placing it firmly at the centre of English political and cultural life; and today it boasts a rich tradition of sporting prowess which last year saw Yorkshire win more medals at the Olympic Games than most countries. Read the full post
Posted: 05/07/2013 09:51:16 by | with 0 comments



Self-guided walking holidays in SwitzerlandIn 1863, Miss Jemima Morrell and companions travelled to Switzerland on what was Thomas Cook’s first conducted tour of the country. In 2013, Miss Helen Mort (the ‘new Jemima’) followed in her footsteps. I was in her party for the week and here record some of the similarities and differences that we encountered, based on Miss Jemima’s diary entries. Read the full post
Posted: 04/07/2013 11:25:26 by | with 1 comments



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