The Renaissance Art of the Villa Farnesina, Rome

The Renaissance Art of the Villa Farnesina, Rome

Rome is full of art treasures. Grand buildings from every stage of history, churches full of statues and other artworks, and much, much more. So it would be easy to miss the Villa Farnesina. I discovered it by chance, passing it on an early morning walk. It was a...

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Cape Reinga, Not Quite the End of the World

You could be forgiven for thinking you’ve reached the end of the world by the time you get to Cape Reinga. You’ve taken a long drive through a slightly alien environment and now you’ve arrived at the northern tip of New Zealand. Ahead of you is nothing but an endless...

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Nordic Walking: A Great Way to Get to Know Swaziland

I am delighted to have a guest blog from Jenny Bowen of Sense Africa about Nordic Walking in Swaziland. This looks like a wonderful way of exploring a country and its wildlife, keeping you fit at the same time. I'll have to try it for myself before too long! There is...

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