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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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Early Birds in Pembrokeshire

This was my favourite morning on our trip along the Pembrokeshire coast last September. Waking up early, we wanted to use the time to go to the beach of the little village we stayed. Dale has about 200 inhabitants, so … Continue reading

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Easter in Cornwall II – Pendeen to Land’s End/Porthcurno on the South West Coast Path

18,6km – with Prasana. ↑590m ↓660m Today wasn’t as bad as yesterday. I’m 5cm shorter and my feet are tired from all this walking yesterday but the path was much more comfortable to walk on today. Not too many ups … Continue reading

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Easter in Cornwall III – Porthcurno to Mousehole/Penzance on the South West Coast Path

18km – with Prasana. ↑730m ↓820m Before we started our walk we visited the Minack Theatre in Porthcurno. It reminded me of open air theatres in Greece, directly by the seaside with a view onto the ocean and cliffs. The … Continue reading

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Folkestone Circular – A Tale About a Little Hot Chocolate Cup

13,1 km (8.2 miles) – with Prasana. Starting our walk in Folkestone centre, we got ourselves a hot chocolate to take away – as encouragement and sugar boost for the walk that was about to begin. As there were no … Continue reading

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Planning Easter in Cornwall – Coastal Walk Along the Most Western Tip of England

Do you know the situation, you live day by day and all in a sudden your annual holidays or a bank holiday weekend knocks on your door. You know you want to go on a hiking trip but wonder if … Continue reading

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Pembrokeshire – Dale Loop

10,8 km – with Prasana. In the early morning, we went for a walk on the beach without anyone around. Except a few seagulls that we officially declared as transformed ducks. But the sunrise over Dale Roads (the bay) was … Continue reading

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Pembrokeshire – Broad Haven to Marloes – Gone with the Wind(s)…

14,7 km – with Prasana. Today we only had to suffer from 4 little hills, so it wasn’t as bad as yesterday. Therefore walked around every of the 500 bays. But they were spectacular. The cliffs actually reminded me a … Continue reading

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