A week exploring Arles for this year’s (2019) Les Rencontres de la Photographie. Continue reading “A week in Arles – 2018”
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In the hinterland of Nice, lies the area of Haute Provence, the foothills, in any other place mountains in their own right, of the Alps. A train runs from Nice, through this area, finishing in Dignes-les-Bains. In the middle of this journey lies a collection of three villages: Puget-Théniers, Entrevaux and Annot. It is to Annot that today’s hike takes us. Continue reading “A roundabout hike, Annot, France”
Corinth, ancient Greek city of the Corinthian helmet, the Corinthian column, was long a pivotal and strategic city lies at the gateway to the Peloponnese. The ancient city has much to marvel at and a history that takes time to fully appreciate. Continue reading “Acrocorinth, A hike around the top”
The second half, which either is “that far to go” or “Wow! I’ve come this far”! Either way, there’s still alot of walking to get to the east coast and see the sea, touching feet on sand. With the most difficult navigational parts of the walk behind us (I fervently hope!), I’m now both a little sore, with some careful walking needed to begin the day, as well as getting to be quite fit and comfortable with the distances we have to travel. Continue reading “Coast to Coast, The Second Half”
Walk across England in two weeks, are you crazy!? Must be, but here I am, doing the Coast to Coast walk across northern England; from St Bees on the Irish Sea, through the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors, to Robin Hood’s Bay on the North Sea (and yes, I have my stone from St Bees to drop in the North Sea!). And of course, its summer right, so glorious warm summer days, a few occasional summer showers, languorous summer evenings to enjoy the fruits of a long walking day. Hmmm… not quite! Continue reading “Coast to Coast, The First Half”