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A Scottish Retreat

A Scottish Retreat

A couple of weeks ago I spent a wonderful weekend in a Victorian hunting lodge in the Scottish countryside, on a weekend wellness retreat, with a lovely group of ladies. Now I must admit this is the first retreat I’ve been on and there was a little uncertainty sitting...

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Travel – A Matter of Perspective

A recent conversation on Facebook with a fellow travel addict raised the issue of how we all see things so very differently, how different destinations, different landscapes, different activities appeal to different people and how what one traveller may consider a...

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Hadrian’s Wall – walking through history

I’m sure by now that you’ve all heard me talking about my trip in May when I’m going to be walking along the length of Hadrian’s Wall. You can do it in 5 or 6 days if you like but we're taking 10 days, we want to explore a bit, spend time in the ruined forts along the...

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Walk With Me.

It's the start of a brand new year and there's big things on the horizon for me. To start with I'm in full planning mode for my trip in May and it's going to be a BIG trip with lots of highlights. There's a weekend retreat to kick it off, a 10 day walk along Hadrian's...

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My Travel List

Five years ago I wrote myself a list. I was approaching sixty and I wrote a sort of Bucket List of places I wanted to visit before I turned seventy *said very, very quietly so no one heard me.* I called it my sixties list. A few days ago I came across that list. Now...

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I’m Pam & I have to admit that I’m addicted to travel.
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