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      October 2012

New Year breaks in SpainTake one comfortable, stylish and characterful hotel in an idyllic rural location; add a few leisurely walks in the surrounding countryside; stir in a multi-course gala dinner of local delicacies; mix thoroughly with fellow villagers in the crowded square; top it off with a glass or two of cava and a bunch of grapes – oh, and don’t forget to share your New Year break with someone special. Read the full post
Posted: 30/10/2012 09:51:23 by | with 0 comments

Self-guided walking holidays in SicilyTwo colleagues and I have just returned from a trip to Sicily, where we visited the hotels we use on our walking and cycling holidays there. We were accompanied by our lovely Italian colleague, Carla Lenzi, who acted as guide and translator. Several of our customers have commented on how arriving on the island of Marettimo is such a magical experience, and I must say, I have to agree. Read the full post
Posted: 26/10/2012 10:48:17 by | with 0 comments

Walking holidays in the Canary IslandsThere’s something about the sight of water in nature that is compelling: a glacial lake whose crystal surface reflects serrated, snow-topped mountains beneath an ice blue sky; a lazy stream meandering through soft meadows of wildflowers; foaming rapids hurtling across boulders, filling the air with clouds of moisture and refracting the sunlight into a thousand rainbows. The presence of water in the landscape brings life, movement and an ever-changing perspective as it mirrors the light and the seasons. Read the full post
Posted: 26/10/2012 09:54:08 by Andy Montgomery | with 0 comments

Walking holidays in NorwayThere are some places that we think of as ‘summer’ destinations and others that you might only contemplate visiting in winter. Maybe it’s because we perceive that certain seasons lend themselves to specific activities that cannot be enjoyed at other times of the year. Think again…

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Posted: 25/10/2012 12:27:53 by | with 0 comments

Walking holidays in ItalyWhile discussing the true nature of chambres d’hôtes in a recent blog, it got me thinking about different types of trackways that you may come across on your travels - during a cycling holiday in Italy perhaps, or while walking in the Canary Islands. We’re all probably familiar with term the ‘Queen’s Highway’ which relates to any public road or right of way here in the UK, but what about those that meander through some foreign field? Read the full post
Posted: 22/10/2012 16:35:55 by | with 1 comments

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