Category Archives: Hiking in England

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How To Save A Fortune On Train Fares Around London

Taking the train to the countryside and spending a fortune on train fares? Looking to save money on your train journeys? Living in or near London? There’s a solution for everyone! 1) The problem: Spending a fortune on train fares … Continue reading

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Very Early Morning Walk in Richmond Park

31 October 2015 5km – with Prasana. I think I’ve never been in Richmond Park so early. 9am sharp. Hello Park Runners. But we were not here for running. God, I hate running. I’m far too lazy to move all … Continue reading

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Surrey Young Walkers – Hikers in Their 20s and 30s

24th October 2015 16 km – with Surrey Young Walkers. Unfortunately, hiking seems like sport for the middle-aged ones. Why is that? I don’t know, because I’m in my 20’s and I love hiking. After my interview with Chris about … Continue reading

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Careful on ridges

Every adventurer hiking in the mountains will walk along a ridge at some point. I love adventures. I love mountains. But I’m not a friend of heights. Ironically. That is why walking on ridges always makes me feel sick. I … Continue reading

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Boundries

Usually only found on the London Underground, hikers give a warning on the cliffs of Seven Sisters: Mind the gap! Join me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more Hiking Madness.

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The White Cliffs of Dover – About Castles and Fairies

29th August 20.7km – with Prasana. This walk lies a little longer in the past, but I didn’t want to keep it from you :-). Inspiration Following my ‘Bored of Hiking‘ post, I followed up a suggestion of one of … Continue reading

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3 Peaks Challenge in the Chilterns – Discovering the Gluteus Maximus

13th September 29km – with Rhys. I just love charity walks. Why? Because they are well organised and marshalled. You meet exceptionally friendly people and someone is cheering for you when you cross the finish line. But from the beginning: … Continue reading

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Parkland Walk – About the Poison and Antidote of London

22 August 10km – with Prasana. London stinks sometimes. Especially in the last few weeks. It feels like every person I meet wants to screw me over for their own benefit. Call me naive, but I highly value honesty and … Continue reading

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Bored of Hiking. I Want Drama, Baby! Drama!

I’m bored of hiking. This is shocking. And not quite true. I usually go hiking somewhere around London, in places that are reachable within a 1-2hs train journey. More 1 hour than 2, actually. That limits the area to Surrey, … Continue reading

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