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The placenames of this Atlantic Coast province conjure up images from its rich past, when intrepid Scottish settlers first arrived to explore the wild and dramatic land of the Míkmaq. Today, as you drive along the coastal highway between Prospect Bay and Indian Harbour, you come to a small side road that leads down to one of the prettiest coves in southern Nova Scotia. Read the full post
Posted: 05/03/2013 08:47:31 by | with 0 comments



Self-guided walking holidays in CanadaImagine slowly walking to the window to draw back the curtains in your hotel room one morning – and there in the garden is a large black bear! Well, this is exactly what happened to guests at the Auberge du Jardin in Petit Saguenay in Québec recently. The young bear had taken up residency in the garden for the autumn, quite wisely realising that the fruit-filled trees in the orchard would supply his (or her) needs for several weeks. Read the full post
Posted: 06/11/2012 14:19:26 by | with 0 comments



Walking holidays in GreeceWhen Gaius Julius Caesar sailed across the Channel with his army, intent on conquering Britannia in 55BC, he wasn’t really sure what to expect, as his intelligence information from emissaries and Gaulish merchants was poor. He established a beach head on the south coast but that was as far as he got. In fact, his lack of knowledge almost scuppered him permanently. Read the full post
Posted: 01/10/2012 08:08:11 by | with 0 comments



Travel to the Charente Maritime region of France this summer and you will discover a fascinating coastal region steeped in maritime history. Featuring bustling ports, salt marches rich in birdlife, splendid churches and historic abbeys – as well as beautiful scenery – this area is the perfect place to enjoy a cycling holiday in France. Read the full post
Posted: 23/08/2012 11:43:32 by | with 0 comments



Walking holidays in EuropeHow many times have you cautiously entered a seemingly ‘ordinary’ establishment only to be treated to a gastronomic meal fit for the gods? How often do you enjoy really tasty, delicious food but have never had the opportunity to meet and thank the person – or persons – responsible? We can’t obviously mention all those passionate, hard-working people whose meals receive regular high praise from you – after all, it’s not an easy task...

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Posted: 10/08/2012 14:21:39 by | with 4 comments



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