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BROKEN FOOT BUT NOT PROMISES.

OR HOW I STAGGERED ON FOR ANOTHER INSANE MONTH ON A BROKEN FOOT AND MASHED ANKLE.

ALERT: there is a lot of shouty sweary bits in this post so not for people who disapprove of foul language and indeed a potty mouth to end all potty mouths. 1,394 more words

8 ways to support women while travelling

Travelling for a long term opens you to a lot of new facts that is probably unknown or just ignored in the race of day to day life. 740 more words

Travel

5 Women-Only Retreats For The Solo Female Traveller — Hong Kong Tatler

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— by Chloe Pek: From Ayurvedic healing to cooking under a starry Spanish sky, these women-only retreats will empower and inspire… 56 more words

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Scottish National Trail (part 3): racing against the storms from Glasgow to Pitlochry

Last Autumn I hiked the length of Scotland on the Scottish National Trail. Read part 1 and part 2.

Day 10 – Cadder -> oak tree between Milngavie & Drymen (16km) 2,075 more words

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Scottish National Trail (part 2): canal walking from Edinburgh to Glasgow

Last Autumn I hiked the length of Scotland on the Scottish National Trail. See part 1 here.

I take a week off of hiking to go and… 565 more words

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A Solo trip to Srinagar, Kashmir

Travelling solo was on my list since long. And lucklily, i got a chance to fulfil the dream in the beautiful city of Srinagar. I am not much of a planner, So one fine day  I decide to give it a shot, talked to some friends, booked my tickets and in no time I landed at the Srinagar Airport. 1,313 more words

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The Scottish National Trail (part 1): the Lowlands

I hiked the length of Scotland last Autumn. These Scotland blog posts are dedicated to Old Alan, a Scottish family friend who died after my trip. 2,015 more words

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