Monthly Archives: March 2015

Madeiran Meander by Rob Mills

Rob writes in The Medical Observer about his experiences on the garden isle of Madeira, walking the ancient stone paths of the levadas. Click on the link to read about it: MO_06 March_p33 Madeira

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Six of the Best – Paris Cycling Routes

The city of light is gorgeous from any angle. I love to cycle and this method is one of the best ways of experiencing Paris. And no-one tries to knock you off your bike. How civilised! Read my story, published … Continue reading

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In the footsteps of the ancients – walking The Saint’s Way, Cornwall

The Saint’s Way, Cornwall is not as well known as the Camino de Compostela, but having recently walked from coast to coast across Cornwall in the footsteps of the saints who wished to avoid the horrendous seas around Land’s End, … Continue reading

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Le Tour de Nosh – the Loire Valley

A group of old friends recently cycled France’s Loire Valley, meandering from chateau to chateau. It was a golden time for us, with many laughs. You can read my story, published in Traveller on Sunday, on February 1, here: http://www.traveller.com.au/cycling-the-loire-valley-france-le-tour-de-nosh-12z6wo And … Continue reading

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Staying by the Rules – Bath’s Queensberry Hotel

If you happen to be visiting that gorgeous Georgian city of Bath, I would recommend a sojourn in the Queensberry Hotel. Not only is it a lovely place to lay your head, its Olive Tree Restaurant has truly excellent food. You … Continue reading

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