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Walking Coast To Coast in AndalucĂ­a: Day 25

Castillo de Castellar

Hard to leave


Down La Calzada

(a Roman road)

Level paths, dirt roads, paved highways

To Venta Juan Carlos

(a rare restaurant meal at lunchtime) 19 more words

Long Distance Walks

Anglezarke Circular

The beginning of the week after my rather damp (but enjoyable) break in Borrowdale, the weather changed becoming bright and sunny. Unfortunately I couldn’t take more days off work but I did manage to finish work early on the Tuesday so that I could get out for a walk. 481 more words


JOHN O'GROATS TRAIL - 8 Helmsdale to Berriedale.

Baptism of fire.

As soon as I was on my way this morning the familiar sounds and smells of the coast came flooding back. I was glad to be here though this is supposed to be the… 732 more words


Sunday Snaps

Happy Sunday dear readers!

I love Sundays. They are the perfect day for reading and writing while wrapped in a fleece blanket in my pj’s, cat on my lap, and coffee on tap (I wish). 352 more words


Alkham, and the Ruins of St Radegund's Abbey

The world wide web contains dozens and dozens of weather forecasts for the small area I want to walk around today. But there really is a phenomena of ‘too-much-information’. 1,301 more words


Jill's Jaunts - Feelin' Peaky pt 1, a sneaky peek at Peak one.

The Yorkshire Three Peaks, Pen Y Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough, highest peaks in Yorkshire and a round trip of 24.5 miles by the book. A few years ago, I attempted this daunting challenge as a charity event with work. 269 more words