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Walking in the Dales

So I’ve encountered another cultural thing.  The English do something called ‘Walking Holidays’ which I have never really experienced in my life growing up in the States. 1,050 more words

A free day in Mayrhofen

Our latest tale from the boot room comes from Malcolm and Sarah Watts who have been enjoying walking breaks with HF Holidays since 2006. 1,056 more words


Walking in Wales - Pen y Fan in Brecon Beacons

Pen y Fan is the highest peak in South Wales and the southern United Kingdom, situated in the Brecon Beacons National Park.

We left the “new” Brecon Beacons Youth Hostel in a glorious morning. 476 more words


Walking in Wales - Worm's Head in the Gower

Saying goodbye to the lovely Three Cliffs Bay, the second destination in the Gower was the famous Worm’s Head. The village next to it was so quiet, we almost gave up on the idea of having a very late lunch (at about 4pm). 355 more words


Walking in Wales - Three Cliffs Bay in the Gower

We don’t do this very often, flying all the way to a different part of the UK to walk. But this time, we flew to Bristol at the end of February to spend time with family and go walking in the south of Wales. 356 more words


67 years of HF

Our latest tale from the boot room comes from Audrey Moore, an HF Holidays’ member for over 25 years.

Her tale is a nostalgic one and just goes to show how far HF Holidays has come in its 100 years of providing walking and outdoor holidays. 525 more words

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February Miscellany

The greatest news of all, the Word121 translation project (my part) is finally finished after working on it for exactly one year! The proofreading and formatting is still going on. 482 more words

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