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Heaps of decompression

With little more than baby’s hunger and baby’s sleep on your mind, getting out of the house in those first weeks after birth is 1) for bare necessities only, 2) the result of careful planning and 3) a luxury when you have a grandma who’s willing – no, asking – to take him out of your hands. 414 more words


A Walk with Eagles

Twelve Hurriers set off up Adder’s Ladder and on to the Jeep Track this morning.  As we were leaving we were delighted to see a juvenile Verreaux’s Eagle fly over.   182 more words


Las Maretas - Tajao Return (Arico)

Route Summary
Pretty bays and fascinating rock formations stand out in this short there and back route to the culinary hot-spot of Tajao on the south-east coast. 160 more words

Latest Walks

Country Walks

I’ve been going on lots of walks lately to improve my fitness level, I’ve really been enjoying it and discovered a lot of new places. Yesterday I walked almost 8 miles, which kind of hurt my legs a lot but I managed to take some pretty cool pictures! 16 more words

Don't Let Back-Pain Eat Away Your Goals

“No bending, no twisting, no load bearing, good luck.”  My back doctor told me before I left my appointment.  I had waited two weeks before going into my back doctor this time, I wasn’t sure if he could really help it turned out he helped me a lot this time with my back flare up.   425 more words



Before I moved to Japan, Kyoto was  a place I had always wanted to visit. As a self confessed culture junkie I wanted to experience the heart and cultural hub of Japan. 497 more words


Hartshill Park (Mare's Field)

As a child, teenager, and even as a young adult, this park had many an hour spent within its boundaries, less so as I have gotten older. 414 more words