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Winter snow breaks in NorwayTrine Møller, manager of the Sollia Gjestegård on Norway's North Cape got in touch the other day to tell us that in northern Norway they've just had the best summer in ages: "it was strange to have 20 degrees in September," she remarked, adding "Don't get me wrong – we liked it, but finally the snows came a couple of weeks ago, and we have now taken out the dog-sleds and are ready to start the season..." Read the full post
Posted: 31/10/2013 10:40:58 by Rebecca Bruce | with 0 comments



As you ski out into the wilderness from your hotel, you will come across wooden hytter. These are mountain huts offering a place of welcome respite from the elements – a sheltered spot to have lunch, perhaps, or even a bed for the night. Some are fairly basic, akin to the bothies you find in the Scottish Highlands, though others are grander affairs, providing home-cooked meals and comfortable accommodation. Read the full post
Posted: 27/09/2013 15:31:38 by | with 0 comments



self-guided walking holidays in PortugalMotorways are motorways, pretty much wherever you go the world over, so when we decided to explore the beautiful island of Madeira by car one day on a recent visit (we were there to go walking but couldn't miss the chance to have a drive, too), we were determined to follow the old roads as much as possible... Read the full post
Posted: 19/09/2013 12:39:27 by | with 0 comments



Paths and their markers have long worked me like lures; drawing my sight up and on and over. The eye is enticed by a path, and the mind's eye also. The imagination cannot help but pursue a line on the land..." Read the full post
Posted: 19/09/2013 09:46:39 by | with 0 comments



Self-guided walking holidays in the Canary IslandsFor as long as Jordi can remember, the inhabitants of La Gomera in the Canary Islands have always kept goats, mainly indigenous breeds which can produce enough milk every day to make delicious Gomeran cheese. Goats live all over the island and you will frequently spot them as you walk, in pens or yards, and scattered throughout the semi-wild scrub and fields.

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Posted: 08/08/2013 11:23:07 by Mariana Mier y Teran, Inntravel | with 2 comments



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