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Sometimes we don’t know some places can be so deep. Until you visit them. That is exactly what happened on my recent trip to HAMPI… 273 more words


The New UNESCO World Heritage

Since the beginning of times the land was someone’s property, usually the strongest, who was a ruler as well. The common people were under his protection or that’s what we thought. 359 more words

Kumano Kodo - Day 5 - Koguchi to Nachi-san

Awoke to the calming sound of running water. Again breakfast was a lovely meal with such a large number in the dining area. It was good to sit at a regular table even if we were on a stool as the legs were a bit stiff from our walking. 688 more words


Kumano Kodo - Day 4 - Yunomine to Koguchi

Our day started with a lively breakfast at our minshuku in Yunomine. After breakfast we gave our hosts an Australian animal 2017 calendar to thank them. 688 more words


Towards an Outline Research Strategy for World Heritage UK

We have been lucky enough to get some pro-bono input from staff at Liverpool University to help put together an outline Research Strategy for World Heritage UK.   156 more words


Lotz House

The home of the Lotz family built in 1858, occupied for 3 years prior to the Battle of Franklin.

He was a humble man, a woodworker on a 5 acre lot with some animals. 842 more words

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