Gammelstad Church Town, A Living Tradition

Gammelstad Church Town, A Living Tradition

Rows of tiny wooden cottages in streets radiating out from the medieval stone church. Each painted in the typical red and white of Swedish rural dwellings. But there are no permanent residents, and these are not holiday cottages. Welcome to Gammelstad Church Town,...

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2013: A Blogger’s Year in Pictures

It's been a busy year travelling and writing but now it is time to take stock and look back at what I have done and where I have been. Typical houses along the River Guamo in Brazil In January we took a cruise along the Amazon. If I am honest I have to say that...

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The Bits of Pisa that Most Tourists Miss

Pisa is full of tourists, but most of them seem to be clustered in one spot. In front of the Leaning Tower, capturing a selfie or photographing their friends as they pretend to prop up the tower. But, as we discovered during a recent autumn visit, there is much more...

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Legends of Dartmoor

Dartmoor is a place that abounds with legends. It is easy to see why: it is a bleak, and sometimes barren, landscape, where the wind whistles in your ears and the mist rises to block your way, where grim granite rocks may seem to assume human form, or worse. It is a...

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